Alberni Sheep win inaugural Beaufort Rugby Cup

The Port Alberni Black Sheep won the inaugural Beaufort Cup with a 58-22 win over the Comox Valley Kickers in Comox.

Black Sheep players find Comox Valley Kicker Leigh Burley a hard man to bring down in the first annual Beaufort Cup. Combined with an earlier win by the Black sheep womens team the Sheep won the inaugural cup.

The Port Alberni Black Sheep beat the Comox Valley Kickers 58-22 to win the first annual Beaufort Cup.

The Black Sheep took a quick 14-0 lead on tries by Lewis Mearns and Cody McLarey, both converted by Todd Daradics.

The Black Sheep took a quick 14-0 lead on tries by Lewis Mearns and Cody McLarey, both converted by Todd Daradics. The Kickers got on the board and were down 14-7 at the half.

The Sheep crossed for three further tries by Joe Kaulagin, Ty Shannon and Ryan Turner with Todd Daradics converting two for a 33-7 win.

Combined with the earlier Sheep women’s 25-15 victory the Sheep took the Beaufort Cup.

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