Rugged rugby girls maul their way to the BC Team

Three Sooke rugby players, Kianna Plonka, Rebecca Dewdney and Kaylee Dorval, made the BC team.

Kianna Plonka (left) and Rebecca Dewdney (right) proudly showing their newly earned Gold medals.

Three EMCS rugby players made the BC team.

Kianna Plonka and Rebecca Dewdney both made the BC U-16 team. They competed this past weekend in the Provincial Regional Championships for the North Island, and they took away the gold.

Also on the BC Team is Kaylee Dorval (top, far right), who made the U-18 team. They  will be competing next weekend at UBC.

With notes from Claire Wilkie, EMCS Girls Rugby coach

 

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