If at first you don't scrum, try again

A United ball carrier is swarmed by Bayside tacklers in their BC Rugby Union Div. 2 men's match, Saturday at Hume Park in New Westminster. United lost the match, 22-18. The Div. 1 team also lost their match to Bayside, 31-7, while the women's team won their match, 99-22.

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United will be holding its annual Try Rugby event this Sunday, Sept. 16, to introduce new and prospective young players to the game. The free event, which runs from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Maple Creek middle school in Port Coquitlam (3770 Hastings St.), is open to kids from kindergarten to Grade 7.

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