SEAWOLVES SOAR PAST RAPTORS IN 2018 MLR FINAL REMATCH
The Seattle Seawolves fought hard to defend their Major League Rugby Championship title in the home opener game against the Glendale Raptors. In the sold
out game at Starfire Stadium, thousands of fans cheered the Seawolves on to a coveted 20-18 win over the Glendale Raptors.
giving Seattle the line out. Glendale strung phases but the Seawall held strong. An offside call led to Glendale converting a penalty, 3-0 Glendale
16 minutes in.
leading to Brock Staller converting a penalty kick, tying it up 3-3 at the 27th minute. A little back and forth play was broken up with a big run from
Mat Turner, and ultimately a try by Tim Metcher was the outcome. Brock’s conversion was good and the Seawolves led at the 30th minute, 10-3. Seattle
did their best to make a stop before the half but was eventually called for not rolling away. Glendale converted on a penalty kick to bring the score
to 10-6 Seattle at the half.
forward within a couple of minutes to bring in another try, but missed the kick. Glendale extended their lead to 10-18 at the 47th minute.
up and over the Glendale defense and collected it himself to dot down for a try. Staller converted his own and brought the score to 17-18 Glendale
as the game entered the 60th minute.
the kick. With a silent stadium, Staller lined up for a penalty kick and brought the Seawolves back in the lead, 20-18. It wasn’t long before Glendale
was able to attempt for a penalty, but on the 50 meter. The kick went wide right and the Seawolves held the lead with two minutes to go.
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