Rain interrupts union games
THE past two weeks of intermittent rain has interfered with rugby union, but not stopped it.
Despite wet conditions, on Saturday, January 30, Isis defeated Falcons in a rain-shortened game, 45–5.
The highlight was the five tries to centre Heath Tisdell.
On Friday night an undermined Pythons defeated an undermined Isis in pouring rain, 17–10.
Next, Isis will play Pythons tomorrow at ATW in the second semi-final.
The winner advances to the grand final.
The game will mark the end of the season for the losing team.
“With dry weather and a few players returned I believe we can win,” coach Gary Moroney said.
“The games between the two sides has been close.
“I believe we can play another 10%–20% better and get over the line.”
ISIS: Team photo after last week’s home game.