In the Waterford Alex Alexander memorial championship the Queensgate Pigs Trotters overcame a determined HSBC U19 Academy team with a last minute penalty goal to win the match 32 points to 31 points. In the second game of the afternoon the Cayman Storm downed the BPC Buccaneers 9 points to 5. This leaves the Don Fosters Dive Iguanas at the top of the table after round 1 with maximum points while the Cayman Storm sit in second. The HSBC Academy and Queensgate Pigs Trotters share 3rd place while the BPC Buccaneers hold up the rest of the table.
In the Top Drawer Fine Lingerie Women’s touch league on Monday Lisa Kehoe was once again on fire scoring four tries for her teams Touch N Go 6 try to 2 try win over the Can’t touch this. Victorious Secrets tied with Midas touch 1 try each.
On Saturday Junior tournament part 4 takes place with the HSBC leg of the series. Each participant will receive and HSBC kit bag. Games commence at 8:30 and finish by 11am. Over two hundred young boys and girls between the ages of 2 and 14 are expected to compete.
On Saturday afternoon it is the 26th annual edition of the Heineken sevens with nine teams expected to participate. Games commence at 2pm and finish with the final at 6:30. The Heineken sevens makes up leg one of the Cable and Wireless summer sevens series with Ireland being the host nation. Live music and dance to follow along with traditional Irish Fare and entertainment.
On Sunday afternoon round 3 of the Winter touch tournament begins at 2pm with all eight teams playing two matches. The table is topped by the Dark and Stormies who this week take on Catch 22 and the Try Hards who sit 3rd and 5th respectively so all to play for.
On Monday evening week 3 of the Top Drawer fine lingerie women’s touch league continues.