Black Sheep 2–0 to open second half

The Port Alberni Black Sheep are 2–0 two games into the second half of their season after beating Westshore No. 2 38–17 at home.

The Port Alberni Black Sheep are 2–0 two games into the second half of their season after beating Westshore No. 2 38–17 at home, Saturday afternoon.

The Black Sheep dominated the first half, going ahead 24–5 by halftime.

Anthony Selva led the team with three tries, while singles came from Matt Kelly, Brennan Tourangeau and Joe Kalugin. Kicker Todd Daradics was on his game, converting four tries during the contest.

SCRUM  NOTES…The Black Sheep are on the road this Saturday to play the UVic Saxons in Victoria before watching Canada play Uruguay in the Americas Rugby Championship at Westhills Stadium in Langford. They return home Saturday, Feb. 13 to host Comox Kickers with a 1 p.m. start.

 

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