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Toronto Arrows provided a nail-biter for the fans at Lamport Stadium on Sunday, stealing a 22-20 victory in the waning minutes over Rugby Union New York.
The Toronto Arrows came back strong after a bye week to win their sixth game in a row when they beat the Glendale Raptors 40-12 at Lamport Stadium on Sunday.
The Glendale Raptors (7-6-2) were one of the best teams in Major League Rugby last season but after a loss to Toronto the Arrows (10-5-0) with 53 points have now proved that they are worthy of their third-place position in the MLR.
The Toronto Arrows have now won their last five games after beating Utah Warriors 28-21 with Spencer Jones’ winning try at Lamport stadium on Sunday.In the latter part of the second half both teams were tied 21-21 until the 76th minute when Jones gained possession of the ball, broke through Utah’s defensive line and dotted the ball down in Utah’s try zone.Arrows now at (9-5-0) are third in the league with 48 points, keeping them in the fight for a playoff spot.
A record attendance was set with 9, 562 fans filling up Lamport stadium which is the most amount of people ever to watch a Wolfpack game at Lamport.
The Arrows now have 29 points after their bonus-point victory and remain in sixth position in the league.
“We always knew there was a big background of people supporting rugby in Ontario and this proved it”
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When Diane Kelly watched the bobsleigh events at the Vancouver 2010 Olympics, she asked herself why anyone would want to willingly hurl themselves down an ice chute in a metal go-cart.
The former rugby player at McMaster University, who is now a physical education teacher at Lawrence Park C.I., was forced to quit playing the game she loves because of a variety of ailments she suffered during her days in the scrum.