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Chancellors, Sabres split rugby championships

Robin Bell scored a pair of tries for the Minnedosa Chancellors on Saturday in Souris as they won their first-ever Westman High School Rugby girls’ championship.

Mallory Workman added a try, while Sydney Ingenmey supplied a try and conversion as the Chancellors upset the Souris Sabres 22-19 in the league final. Emma Boisvert had two tries for the Sabres, who trailed 12-0 at the half, while Alix Sabeski also touched the ball down and Charlotte West kicked a pair of conversions.

In the boys’ final, Brendan Roberts scored a try on the last play of the game and Adam Kowalchuk added the convert to give the Sabres a 19-17 win over the visiting Chancellors and their third straight Westman title. Tyson McRae and Nathan Greig also scored tries for Souris, while Kowalchuk finished the game with two converts.

Brian Black, Logan Patterson and Lane Mitchell supplied the tries for Minnedosa, which led 12-0 at the half, while Justin McKinnon kicked a conversion.

All four teams advance to provincials, which will be held in Brandon on Friday and Saturday.

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Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition May 26, 2014

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Robin Bell scored a pair of tries for the Minnedosa Chancellors on Saturday in Souris as they won their first-ever Westman High School Rugby girls’ championship.

Mallory Workman added a try, while Sydney Ingenmey supplied a try and conversion as the Chancellors upset the Souris Sabres 22-19 in the league final. Emma Boisvert had two tries for the Sabres, who trailed 12-0 at the half, while Alix Sabeski also touched the ball down and Charlotte West kicked a pair of conversions.

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Robin Bell scored a pair of tries for the Minnedosa Chancellors on Saturday in Souris as they won their first-ever Westman High School Rugby girls’ championship.

Mallory Workman added a try, while Sydney Ingenmey supplied a try and conversion as the Chancellors upset the Souris Sabres 22-19 in the league final. Emma Boisvert had two tries for the Sabres, who trailed 12-0 at the half, while Alix Sabeski also touched the ball down and Charlotte West kicked a pair of conversions.

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