Celtics or Raiders to compete for CWOSSA A/AA girls’ rugby title
GUELPH – A District 4/10 girls’ rugby team will play for the CWOSSA A/AA girls’ rugby championship Friday afternoon at Eastview Park.
That’s assured as the Bishop Macdonell Celtics and Erin Raiders ae to meet in Friday morning’s semifinals with the winner moving on to the 1:30 p.m. championship match.
Both Bishop Mac and Erin had two wins in pool play Wednesday.
Bishop Mac defeated Galt 19-7 and Paris 29-0 while Erin edged Holy Trinity of Simcoe 20-17 in overtime kicks and dropped the Wellington Heights Wolverines 45-7.
Wellington Heights also lost 59-17 to Grey Highlands.
Maja Gadzinska had a try and two converts for Bishop Mac in the win over Galt. Greer and Giuliana Vair each had one try.
Gadzinska repeated he scoring totals in the win over Paris while single tries were also scored by Longeron, Sarah Funkenhauser, Bala and Buda.
Jordyn Mooy had 10 points for Erin in the win over Holy Trinity while Broughton and Riley Miller each scored a try.
Miller had a try and four converts for Erin in the victory over Wellington Heights. Mooy followed with two tries while Kyla Warren had a try and a convert. Adding one try apiece were Savannah Sketchley, Jessica Gravelle and Leitch.
Varallo had a try for Wellington Heights.
The Wolverines also suffered a 59-17 loss to Grey Highlands. Scorers for Wellington Heights were not reported.
First names of some scorers were not available.
Friday, Erin and Bishop Mac are to play in a semifinal at 9:30 a.m. while the other semifinal between Owen Sound’s St. Mary’s and Grey Highlands is to go at 10:30 a.m.
- Guelph Sports Journal