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Bishop’s Centenary ‘A’ rugger girls stay perfect

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Friday, March 9, 2018
Bishop’s Gabrielle Francis avoids being tackled by Holy Name players during the 2018 Secondary School Girls Rugby League round 2 match between Bishop’s Centenary College and Holy Name Convent at Carib Grounds, Port-of-Spain. Bishop’s won 14-0 on February 28. PICTURE CA-IMAGES

Angel Cooper continued her impressive form by scoring all three tries and a conversion to lead Bishop’s Centenary College ‘A’ to a comfortable 17-0 blanking of Bishop’s Centenary College ‘B’ in Round Three of the 2018 Secondary School Girls Rugby League continued at the Queen’s Park Savannah, Port-of-Spain, on Wednesday.

It was the third win from as many matches for Cooper and her team-mates who defeated Bishop Anstey High School 5-0 in their opening match of the season followed by a 14-0 triumph over Holy Name Convent (Port-of-Spain) ‘A’ 14-0.

Also on the day’s programme, Providence Girls High School, who dropped Holy Name Convent ’B’ 21-0 in their first match, won for a second time in as many outings, 7-0 over Holy Name Convent ‘A’ 7-0 with Kyiala Simon scoring both try and conversion.

And in the other match played, Bishop Anstey with a try each from Gianna Roberts and Babi Oura defeated Holy Name Convent (PoS) ‘B’ 10-0.

St James Government Secondary School are the defending champions after they became the fourth school to lift the title in six years last year, courtesy a 15-1 defeat of Bishop Anstey ‘B’ 15-5 in the final. Matches continue next Wednesday at the same venue.

Results

Providence Girls 7 ( Kyiala Simon 1 try, conversion) vs Holy Name Convent (PoS) ‘A’ 0
Bishop’s Centenary College ‘A’ 17 (Angel Cooper 3 tries, 1 conversion) vs Bishop’s Centenary College ‘B’ 0
Bishop Anstey High School 10 (Gianna Roberts 1 try, Babi Oura 1 try) vs Holy Name Convent (PoS) ‘B’ 0

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