U-19 Rugby: St. Peter's stall Royal march with 12-8 win

30 March 2019 - 53   - 0

Defending champions of Singer Inter-Schools Under-19 Rugby League Championship, Royal College, had to face the first defeat after 19 straight wins, when St. Peter's College beat them by 12-8 in the final Round 1 match played at Bambalapitiya on Saturday (30).

At halftime St. Peter's led 7-3 and scored from two tries and a conversion.

Royal were made to fight hard for their points, which came from an unconverted try and a penalty. 

St. Peter's beat Royal after five years.

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