Oct 14, 2014 Sports
UG Wolves and Yamaha Caribs have made it to the final of the Golden Brook /Windjammers/Toney Sevens League after playing unbeaten following the completion of tye second round last Saturday, at the National Park.
It will be a rematch for the two teams who had met in the final of the Banks One-Day Sevens Tournament which concluded a few weeks ago with the Wolves overcoming a halftime deficit to claim the title in a highly charged affair.
This means that this Saturday’s clash will be all about bragging rights and revenge and fans are being urged to get to the National Park to witness some of Guyana’s best ruggers battle for supremacy.
The day’s action begun with Caribs beating GDF 22-12, before returning to outclass a clearly inferior Guyana Police Force team 37-0.
UG Wolves were unstoppable too, as they took apart Pepsi Hornets 14-7 and followed that up with a 33-7 thrashing of the Law men.
GDF smarting from an earlier loss rebounded by beating Hornets 7-0 in a keenly contested match.
The following are the results of the matches:
Yamaha Caribs22 = Theodore Henry – 1 Try and a conversion, Carl Lewis. Kevon David and Akeem Frazer -1 try each.
GDF 12= Joseph Rahaman and Avery Corbin 1-try each, while Dwayne Schroeder converted.
UG Wolves 14=1 try each by Godfrey Broomes and Ryan Dey, while Lance Adonis made a conversion.
Pepsi Hornets 7=Troy Bascom 1try, while Ryan Gonsalves converted.
Caribs 37= Theodore Henry -2 Try and one converted, O’Neil Charles, Kevon Davis 2try and Carl Lewis 1 try.
GDF 7= Jevon Eastman 1try, while Joseph Rahaman converted.
UG 32=3 tries by Osei Mc Kenzie, while Godfrey Broomes, Ryan Day and Jamal August added one try apiece, while Day convertd once.
Police 7 = Allan Sammy 1try which was converted by Daniel De Aubrey.
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