Pepsi Hornets made it two of two games as they demolished Police Falcons 84-0 in the GTT/GRFU 15s League.
The inexperience of the young Police unit was once again exposed, as scoring came easily for the Pepsi Hornets team on Saturday when play in the Guyana Rugby Football Union fifteens Division League continued.
Leading the assault were winger, Blaise Bailey who used his speed down the line to score four tries, Captain Elwin Chase with three and Rickford Cummings also three tries and two conversions along with Mark Bollers two tries.
The Police Squad fielded five new players, however, inexperience proved to be their enemy as they were unable to stop Hornets’ score line as tries also came from Jose Feliciana and Peabo Hamilton, while Leon Greaves converted five to end the game 84-0.
Police Captain, Daniel DeAbreu stated that he was not surprised at the results since they were coming up against an experienced team, while his team players are still learning the game. Additionally, he said the team would have to step up their training session in preparation for next game.
Hornets Captain, Elwin Chase was high in praise for the Police effort, but stated that his team is out to make a statement on all teams involved in the tournament as the Hornets team intend to win the League.
Pepsi Hornets opened their campaign in the league with a come-from-behind win over Yamaha Caribs 38-20, while Police Falcons were trashed by UG Wolves 64-5.
Hornets’ next game would be against UG Wolves, while Police play Yamaha Caribs this weekend when play in the GTT/GRFU 15s Division one League continues in the National Park.
The four teams in the tournament, sponsored by Telephone giant, GTT, are Yamaha Caribs, UG Wolves, Police Falcons and Pepsi Hornets.
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