SEATTLE PEAK TOO LATE IN WET CONDITIONS, FALL TO LEGION
Seawolves win their line out in the pouring rain in Saturday’s contest in San Diego. Photo by JGL Images.
favored winners. But after a tough fought battle San Diego legion managed to pull off the victory.
rain forced numerous handling errors from both sides.
removed from the game for ten minutes and in the next play, a Legion scrum on the try line led to the referee awarding a penalty try to San Diego after
a Seattle infringement in the scrum. Legion led, 7-0 at the 27th minute. The Seawolves thought they’d flipped the momentum with a penalty kick for
three points, but immediately following the score San Diego went for a long run and an impressive kick to extend the lead to 14-3 Legion going into
was brought to 17-3 San Diego with 30 minutes to go. A momentum shift led to Toluta’u attempting to score a try, but it was ultimately called back.
Score remained 17-3 San Diego.
eventually gave the Seawolves the opportunity to take the ball out wide, and a switch play from the backs brought William Rasileka in for a try under
the posts. Brock Staller’s kick was good and the Seawolves closed in on San Diego’s lead, 17-10. A quick Legion penalty allowed Staller another kick
and he earned three points for the Seawolves. 17-13 San Diego.
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