North Peace Secondary School boys rugby team looking to improve to 3-0

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In their last game the NPSS Roughnecks had their way with St. Joseph’s High School as they won 48-12. The Roughnecks scores eight tries and had four converts.

The game was close after the first half but North Peace Secondary pulled away in the later stages. The difference in the game proved to be the fitness of the Roughnecks as it was too much for St. Joseph’s to contend with. 

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