U-19 Rugby: St. Joseph's edge Isipathana 18-17

30 March 2019 - 29   - 0

St. Joseph's College shoved and charged their way through the Isipathana College defence to win 18-17, in a closely fought contest of a Singer Inter-Schools Under-19 Rugby League match played at Havelock Park, on Saturday (30). 

St. Joseph's scored from two tries, a conversion and two penalties after making a strong comeback in the second half.

Isipathana, led the halftime 17-6, and scored from two converted tries and a penalty. 

The win meant St. Joseph's go in to the second round as the only unbeaten side, after Royal College lost to St. Peter's College in their game yesterday.

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