Belmont rugby girls on a roll

Belmont’s senior girls have been ruling Friday night rugby matches at Westhills Stadium as their season comes to a close.

Belmont’s senior girls have been ruling Friday night rugby matches at Westhills Stadium as their season comes to a close.

The Braves beat Esquimalt 17-0 and won 17-7 over Claremont on May 2, with tries coming from Frelen Gorst, Paige Johnston and Charity Williams.

Belmont hosted again Friday, May 9 at Goudy Turf, beating both Glenlyon Norfolk House and Esquimalt.

The team is hosting the city finals this Friday, May 16 from 1 to 4 p.m., with matches at Goudy and Westhills stadium. The girls come into the tournament seated 2nd place overall, just behind Reynolds.

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