Sharks set to return to pitch

After taking the long weekend off for Thanksgiving celebrations, the Bayside Sharks men’s rugby teams return to the pitch this weekend, with the elite squad looking to rebound from a loss in their last game.

After taking the long weekend off for Thanksgiving celebrations, the Bayside Sharks men’s rugby teams return to the pitch this weekend, with the elite squad looking to rebound from a loss in their last game.

Two weeks ago, the Sharks’ top squad lost to Abbotsford 33-19 and fell from second- to fourth-place in BC Rugby Union Elite Spray League standings.

Saturday, they’ll look to get back into the win column at UBC’s Wolfsen Fields, when they battle the UBC Thunderbirds.

The two clubs’ Div. 1 teams will also face off Saturday, with a 1 p.m kickoff. The premier squads will hit the pitch at 2:30 p.m.

 

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