Rugby: Cayman Defeat Bermuda In Trinidad

July 11, 2013

The 2013 North American Caribbean Rugby Association’s [NACRA] Under 19’s Fifteen’s Tournament continued in Trinidad with Bermuda going down for the second game in a row.

In the first match of the day Cayman easily overcame Bermuda 40 – 10 to reach the final for the 3rd year in a row. Michael Peck opened the scoring with a couple of penalties and a try to give Cayman an 11-0 lead.

Ndavyah Williams touched down for Bermuda before Cayman prop Johnny Gibson charged over to take the scores to 16-5 with Peck adding the conversion. Another converted try by Coly Seymour and a Peck penalty gave Cayman a 28-5 lead, a lead that they did not look like giving up in the second half.

Gibson scored his second shortly after the resumption in play with Peck once again adding the 2 points and midway through the second half Henry Bolton took Cayman’s lead to 40-5.

Bermuda scored a second try through Williams, however Cayman maintained control of the game throughout and can now look forward to playing Mexico in the final.

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