CR edge-out CH 38-33 in a thriller

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By Sandun Kodithuwakku

CR and FC edged-out their traditional-rivals CH and FC 38-33 in their Dialog Inter-Club League Rugby Tournament Super Round encounter worked off under lights at the Racecourse Grounds in Reid Avenue on Satrurday (2).

CR and FC who led 23-12 at half time survived a late onslaught from their opponents and went on to seal the game while collecting their points from two goals, three tries and three penalties.

CH and FC of course, made a fantastic effort in the second half to pull off the game before they eventually fell short by five points having responded with four goals and one try.

Riza Raffaideen and Tarinda Ratwatte scored two tries each while Wajid Fawmy scored a try for the CR and FC with Ratwatte converting two tries and also put over three penalties.

Avishka Lee, Shenuka Herath, Nishon Perera, Sudarshana Muthuthanthri and Sudam Sooriyarachchi scored a try each for the CH and FC while Samuel Maduwantha converted four tries.      

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