B/dos victory second largest ever by local ruggers

The national rugby team’s margin of victory against Barbados on Saturday in their NACRA 15s fixture was the second largest ever.

The 48-19 win (29 points gap) is Guyana’s biggest against any team since their 57-nil drubbing of St Lucia in August 2005.

With the win on Saturday at the Garrison Savannah, Guyana moved on to face last year’s Southern Zone winners and familiar foe, Trinidad and Tobago in the zone final on June 7.

That match will be played here in Guyana at a venue yet to be announced.

In Saturday’s thrashing of the host, Avery Corbin and Carl Lewis breached the Barbados’ defense  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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