RLATG Division 2: Round 2 Preview

This Saturday Duhaney Football Field hosts 2 more fantastic games, we have the Sharks against the Dragons and the Spartans against the Hounds, let's take a look at how the sides may get on.

Duhaney Red Sharks vs Liguanea Dragons

The Sharks kicked off their season with a hard fought win over the Spartans at the end of December, in a 22-18 win, Stephon Lounds will be tough to keep quiet in this game. Lounds is currently the competitions joint leading scorer after grabbing a double last week. The Sharks kicking could have cost them dearly last week, while they outscored the Spartans 5 tries to 3, they could only convert one kick, leaving the result reflecting a much closer contest.

The Dragons didn't enjoy the same success as the Sharks after narrowly losing out to the Hounds, in 20 points to 18 thriller, Demetrius Campbell also grabbing two tries. The Sharks need to limit Liguanea's try scoring, especially with kicker Adrian Hall going 3 for 3 last week with the boot, if the Sharks do concede tries, it's highly likely Hall will be more than willing to convert the extras.

CMU Spartans vs Kingston Central Hounds

The Spartans came within touching distance of an opening day upset against the champions, Delano Jarrett bagging two tries to put his name amongst some of the best in the league, but unfortunately it wasn't to be. The Spartans will go into this week with confidence against the Hounds, in the knowledge of their toughest fixture is out of the way.

The Hounds saw themselves pick up the 2 points, a penalty enough to earn the win, the Hounds put in a really strong performance and have made an early statement in the league. The Hounds could see themselves very much so in the running for 1st place with a good result on Saturday.

If you would like to watch these games, the fixtures will take place on Saturday the 6th of January 12:30 local time at Duhaney Park Football Field, Baldwin Crescent, Duhaney Park.



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