Seawolves Narrowly Edged by Gold in Close Contest
March 4, 2022 (TUKWILA, WASHINGTON) – The Seattle Seawolves hosted NOLA Gold (0-3) at Starfire Stadium. Despite an inspiring second-half effort featuring two Seattle tries, penalties in the first half allowed the visitors to build up points off the boot. The Seawolves ran out of time to take back the lead, 24-25 NOLA.
• Both number eight Riekert Hattingh and wing Ross Neal got back to their scoring ways with second half tries, Hattingh’s fourth and Neal’s second on the season
• Hooker Augusto Böhme and Flyhalf Jared Whippy made their debuts for Seattle, Böhme making his Major League Rugby debut as well
• Seattle earned a losing bonus point for losing by 7 points or fewer, totaling to 15 points in the Western Conference Standings
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Alatimu (22’, 29’, 45’, 64′) 4/4
The Seattle Seawolves (3-2) will travel to Houston in Week 6 to face the SaberCats on Saturday, March 13 at 5:00 PM PT. Seattle versus Houston will be broadcast on Fox 13+ regionally and streamed online on The Rugby Network.
Seattle will return to Starfire Stadium on Saturday, March 26 to face the defending MLR Champions, LA Giltinis. Tickets available now at www.tickets.seawolves.rugby.
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