Havoc Succumb To Rogues

The Windsor Rogues gave no quarter in their NRU match against the Kent Havoc on 17 June 2017. Windsor put away Kent 35-5 to extend their record to 4-0-0 on the season.Photo by Chris Marvell.

The Windsor Rogues gave no quarter in their NRU match against the Kent Havoc on 17 June 2017. Windsor put away Kent 35-5 to extend their record to 4-0-0 on the season.
Photo by Chris Marvell.

(WINDSOR, ON) – On the strength of a 43-15 win away at London St George on June 10, the Windsor Rogues returned home to face the Kent Havoc on Saturday and extended their winning streak to 4 games with a 35-5 victory. The Rogues scored 5 tries en route to improving their record to 4-0-0.

Windsor kept the pace of the match at a slower speed. They ensured to stay in close formation which resulted in more accurate passes. Rogues captain Spencer Bryant, of Australia, converted each Windsor try, demonstrating why he’s considered one of the best kickers in the province.

Windsor’s tries were scored by Scott Murphy and Jake Johannsen with 2 apiece, and Zac Cushing with one.

Windsor remains on the 2nd rung of the Niagara Rugby Union  ladder on the basis of a differential of points scored. The Norfolk Harvesters, also at 4-0-0, have recorded 206 more points for than against, while Windsor enjoys a margin of 171.

The two powerhouses meet on July 8 when the Rogues travel to Waterford in a battle for 1st place. Windsor will remain on the road for rematches against Bruce County and the Stratford Blackswans before returning home on July 29 to host London. Game time is 1:30pm at AKO Park.

The Windsor Rogues gave no quarter in their NRU match against the Kent Havoc on 17 June 2017. Windsor put away Kent 35-5 to extend their record to 4-0-0 on the season.Photo by Chris Marvell.

The Windsor Rogues gave no quarter in their NRU match against the Kent Havoc on 17 June 2017. Windsor put away Kent 35-5 to extend their record to 4-0-0 on the season.
Photo by Chris Marvell.

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