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Skolars Prevail in Intense Rugby League Battle Against Nungua Tigers

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Nungua Tigers and Skolars went head to head in an intense Rugby League season opener that had everyone on the edge of their seats. The two teams had a fierce duel in which both were eager to come out on top.


The Tigers were first to strike, with a try from Kofi Montchon at the 4-minute mark. The home crowd erupted in cheers as they took an early lead, but they missed the conversion, leaving the score at 4-0.

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The momentum was now with the Skolars, and they quickly followed up with another try from Acheampong at the 28-minute mark. Da Gama again converted, extending their lead to 12-4.

The Tigers were not done yet for the half, and Klugey scored their second try of the game at the 12-minute mark, bringing the score to 0-8. The Skolars quickly regrouped and responded with a succession of tries from Elvis Ayertey and Emmanuel Acheampong at the 20 and 28-minute mark respectively. Da Gama made no mistake with the conversion to bring the scores to 12-8 followed by a Riddick try at the 34-minute mark, although he missed the conversion, leaving the score at 16-8.

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The Skolars continued to dominate, but Tigers’ Klugey scored his second try of the game on the 52-minute mark of which conversion was again missed by Montchon. Da Gama ran in and converted Skolars fourth try, extending their lead to 22-12.

The Tigers fought back with all their might, but it was not until Yakubu scored a try at the 73-minute mark that they were able to close the gap. They missed the conversion, and the score remained 22-16 in favor of the Skolars.

With just minutes left on the clock, Klugey nearly completed his hat trick, but a desperate tackle from the Skolars prevented the try. However, it was too little too late, and the final score remained 22-16 in favor of the Skolars.

It was a hard-fought victory for the Skolars, who had dominated the game for the most part. The Tigers put up a valiant effort, but in the end, it was not enough to secure the win. Both teams left the field exhausted but proud of their efforts, knowing that they had given their all in this fierce Rugby League battle.

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