Rain in­ter­rupts union games

Isis Town and Country - - Sport -

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.

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