Havoc Drop Opener
Unfortunately that was as good as it got for the Havoc as players tired and Stratford came back powerfully to emerge victors, 36-24. Rhys Higgins and Tyler Gawley struck for consolation tries in the second half, and Craig Arnel added two conversions.
The Havoc have a great opportunity to bounce back from this disappointing result next week with their first home game of the season, against London III. The game will kick off at 1:30 on June 3rd at John McGregor High School, the Havoc’s temporary home while their ground is repaired.
Before the Senior Men’s game, Rookie Rugby, a fun program aimed at introducing rugby to children 2-12 years old, will continue at 12:30 on June 3rd the Havoc ground at 31 Lansdowne Avenue. For more info go to www.havocrugby.com or contact Kristin Buis (email@example.com).