Capital Rugby Union entered game 3 with more determination and grit at the Monier Rugby Park over the weekend.
The Men’s premier games saw Defence, University and Nova securing a win.
Size definitely didn’t matter as a utility La Sallian outfit took on a vocal Nova side on Sunday at the Monier Rugby Park.
La Sel was determined on the get go, pushing an unaware Nova side in the first 10 minutes of the first half.
La Sel opened the score line by converting 2 penalties.
Making use of their speed in their backline, Adrew Karai and Manu Guise teamed up to capitalize on the left wing to put the ball over the line for Nova.
Tempers flared as the match drew into a close of the first half.
As Nova pushed for a Scrum in La Sel’s 5 meter, full back Andrew Karai found the line for another try to take Nova to lead the game before half time 12-6.
In other Men’s Premier Matches, the University Piggies stuck their snouts for a win under their belt against the kitted out Southern Chiefs, 44-11.
Coming off a bye and consisting of a new line-up, Defence took on Brothers to secure a 44-6 victory.
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