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Melbourne Chargers vs The Unicorns: Masters Division Round 3 wrap-up

Melbourne Chargers vs The Unicorns: Masters Division Round 3 wrap-up

LAST UPDATED // Wednesday, 21 May 2014 11:50 Written by // Melbourne Chargers

Round 3 of the Masters Division saw the Melbourne Chargers paired up against their host club The Unicorns for the weekend 17/5/14.

Affectionately known as The Gerries, Saturday'sopponents were all seasoned players who, despite their advancing ages, still
played some excellent rugby.

The game saw the Chargers on the defensive for a lot of the match, with the experience of the Gerries making itself obvious time and time again.

At half-time the Gerries led 15-0, while the second half saw a serious push by our boys to get over the line, but despite coming extremely close, they were denied the opportunity.

While the vastly more experienced Unicorns side won the day, we again received a lot of positive feedback both from our opponents and some of the other teams watching the match.  The boys did a great job at preventing a more serious blowout in the scoreline.

The following players were awarded points for their outstanding contribution to the team effort: (3) R.  Naylor (2) R. Murphy (1) N. Duivenvoorden

Final Score: 37-0

Next Saturday will see the Chargers Masters team paired up against Melbourne





Melbourne Chargers

The Melbourne Chargers are a rugby union football club who formed in 2009 with the purpose of creating a rugby team where new players could learn the game in an accepting environment and players who had left the sport because of their sexuality could play openly. The Chargers aim to contribute to the promotion and development of the sport of Rugby Union in Victoria and to provide a new and diverse social opportunity for same-sex attracted people.

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