Cow High junior boys wrap up successful rugby season

T-Birds trounce Alberni in spring finale

Cowichan Secondary School’s junior boys rugby team wrapped up the 2019 season in superb form in Port Alberni on May 16, pounding the Alberni District Armada 76-5.

Keegan Favel-Lee led the way with four tries, while Man of the Match Cullen Plester added two tries and three conversions. Blaze (Big Mac) Wilson and Brayden Doucette also scored twice, with single scores coming from Ricky Torres, Hayden Keays, Harry (Bear) Seymour and Kawsar Kaiweisaer

“The future looks bright for boy’s T-Bird rugby,” Cowichan head coach Tom Fogarty commented.

The Cow High senior boys team begin the provincial championships in Abbotsford this Wednesday.

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