Rainmakers Boys’ Rugby winless on the road

The Charles Hays Rainmakers' boys rugby sevens team was unable to continue its strong play from earlier in September.

The Charles Hays Rainmakers’ boys rugby sevens team was unable to continue its strong play from earlier in September, when the team couldn’t beat its competition in Smithers on an Oct. 3 play day.

Playing teams from Williams Lake, Burns Lake and Smithers, the boys’ squad couldn’t find their rhythm and went 0-3 in their matches.

The girls’ sevens team travelled with the Rainmakers and finished 0-3 as well. They played Houston, Smithers and Vanderhoof.

On the boys’ team, Austin Kristmanson scored a few tries for the Rainmakers and for the girls, Robin Grant notched a few of her own in the losses.

The next play day for the boys’ sevens team comes on Saturday, Oct. 17 in Burns Lake, followed by zones on Saturday, Oct. 24 in Smithers.

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