RLATG Division 2: Round 3 Round Up


The curtain comes down on yet another highly enjoyable weekend of Jamaican Rugby League in the RLATG National Division 2, the Red Sharks taking on the Hounds and the Dragons facing the Spartans.

Duhaney Red Sharks vs Kingston Hounds

The Sharks are now the only unbeaten team in RLATG Division 2, after seeing off title challengers, the Kingston Central Hounds in a thrilling game. The game was tight going into the half, the Sharks leading by 8 points to 6, the second half would be a different story, the Sharks bringing their A game and racking up plenty of points. The Hounds were unable to cease the Sharks attack, the Sharks scoring 14 unanswered points in the second half, giving the Sharks a 22-6 win on the day.

Sharks tries - Roy Calvert (2), Jenson Morris (2), Chawn Henry.
Sharks Goals - Stephan Lounds (1)

Hounds tries - Antonio Baker
Hounds Goals - Anthony Findlay

Liguanea Dragons vs CMU Spartans

 The league's two winless sides would face off, the way the Dragons played you wouldn't have expected them to be a side chasing their first win of the season. The competitions' leading points scorer, Adrian Hall, added 20 points to his season total, grabbing 3 tries and 4 conversions, contributing to the eventual downfall of this gutsy Spartans side. The Dragons ran in 9 tries in total in this demolition job, the final score, 52-16 in favour of the Dragons.

Dragons Tries - Adrian Hall (3), Akeem Kitson (2), Kamoy Gayle, Tyle Shakespeare, Matthew-earl Whitmore, Klifton Anderson.
Dragons Goals - Adrian Hall (4), Demetrius Cambell (2)

Spartans Tries - Jevar Hall, Rohan Dwyeer, Stephan Williams.
Spartans Goals - Stephan Williams (2)


Leading Try Scorers:
1. Adrian Hall - Dragons (5)
2. Jenson Morris - Sharks (4)
3. Stephan Lounds - Sharks (3)

Leading Conversions
1. Adrian Hall - Dragons (9)
2. Stephan Williams - Spartans (5)
3. Roy Calvert - Sharks (4)


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