SCAA Causeway Bay Tempest 11-6 Tin Shui Wai

 

SCAA CWB

15 October 2016

 

The Tempest took the fun bus to China for a battle against TSW [Tin Shui Wai]. Initial pressure turned into points as the Tempest struck first blood with a try to go up 5 points. TSW fought back for the rest of the half and while they couldn't cross the chalk, two penalties put them 6-5 into the lead at half time.

Second half continued where the first ended, with strong play on both sides negating the score. TSW finally capitulated to the pressure allowing CWB back into the lead at 6-8 with 20 minutes to go. TSW gained the upper hand in the final 20, and had CWB pegged in their own 22, for most of the remainder. A brief foray into TSW's provided the final 3 points, to bring the total to 6-11 and then it was back to defence to see out the rest of the game.

SCAA Causeway Bay Pirates 26-19 Typhoon Plan B

Julian Buck

15 October 2016

The Pirates swash buckled their way to another victory, winning 26-19 at the hands of Typhoon Plan B. A dominant, flowing, flair filled first half paired with a strong show of resilience and determination in the face of lacking stamina and no substitutes made for an excellent afternoon of Pirates rugby. Try Scorers: Val, Sami, Max. Conversions: Etienne (x2).

SCAA Causeway Bay Marines 7-24 Kowloon Barbarians

Umesh Desai

15 October 2016

 

The Marines lost 24-7 to the Kowloon Barbarians, a score that does not do justice to the heroics of the day. Starting with exactly 15 players in the squad (which meant many were playing unfamiliar positions) the marines shot into an early lead with a well worked try. The team was unable to capitalise on the early success and lack of fitness undermined our subsequent efforts. They dominated territory and ball possession for large parts of the match but failed to translate some really good moves into points. Kowloon had a young, fit squad and outran us when they had ball possession. Man of the match Cow Kwok made a comeback to the squad and made a big difference to the backs' performance. Harvey Gilbert kept a time honoured Marines tradition alive by dotting the ball on the wrong try line - and arguing with the ref that he had scored a try (Big Fine!) Team morale was high despite a light bench and huge pressure from a youthful opposition.

SCAA Causeway Bay Contenders 7-31 Valley Mai Jais

Chris Cheng

15 October 2016

Onto Week 3 in the men's leagues, and the Contenders fortunes took a turn as they lost 31-7 against a strong Valley outfit, their only try scored by Pat, converted by Tak. A strong start to the game was reversed by Valley opening the scoring. The Contenders reacted instantly putting together some super flowing moves from the forwards. The second half proved to be a test of stamina for the Contenders.

SCAA Causeway Bay Phoenix 0-32 USRC Tigers

SCAA CWB

15 October 2016

In the Premiership there were similar fortunes for the Phoenix, with a 32-0 loss to USRC Tigers.

SCAA Causeway Bay Phoenix - Photo Credit: Phoebe Leung

SCAA Causeway Bay Lammergeir VS Police Sirens

 

SCAA CWB

15 October 2016

 

In Women's NL2 the Lammergeier went down 29-5 to the Police Sirens.

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