Story and Photographs by Glenn Ivens
February 24,2013 Victoria, BC (ISN) – The Castaway Wanderers hosted the James Bay Athletic Association Bays in British Columbia Rugby Union Division 1 Ceili’s Cup action on Saturday at Windsor Park in Oak Bay, with the CW, powering their way to a 41-15 victory.
The Castaway Wanderers, who looked much more focused from week loss to the UVic Norsemen, gave up an early penalty kick to trail 3-0 but a pair of tries, one of them converted sent them in to the break up 12-3.
Llyr Morris, seen scoring a try, had a strong game for the CW with a try, 4 converts and a penatly kick to pace the CW to a 41-15 victory. (photo by Glenn Ivens)
JBAA pushed back but too many dropped passes and a lack of finish allowed the CW to score four more tries in the 2nd half along with a penalty kick leading to the 41-15 final score.
CW’s Pita Savea looks to dish the ball to teammate Tye Haight during Ceili’s Cup play on Saturday at Windsor Park. (photo by Glenn Ivens)
With the win the CW move to 4-5 on the season and sit in 4th place while the struggling JBAA are in 7th place with a record of 1-6.
CW’s Mike Dalsin looks to fight through the tackle of JBAA’s Blake von Heyningen during Saturday’s BCRU Ceili’s Cup game at Windsor Park. (photo by Glenn Ivens).
JBAA will be in tough next weekend as they take on the 2nd place Capilano’s at MacDonald Park while the Castaway Wanderers earn the bye.