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Policed beaten by Select sides

Two Bermuda Select men’s teams defeated Police RFC on Saturday in the annual George Duckett Memorial tournament.

But in two women’s games the honours finished even.

The main game of the day saw the First Team Select beat the men from Prospect 23-13 with Renegades’ Phil Hall accounting for most of the points.

Besides going over for a try, he kicked a conversion and two penalty conversions with his Renegades team-mate Tom Healy and Teachers’

Aldo Campbell also scoring tries.

Police replied with a Tommy Edwards try and two penalties and a conversion from Michael Kane.

In the other men’s game, a Bermuda Select ‘Young Byes’ got past the Police RFU Old Boys 17-15.

The Young Byes were propelled by three tries from Allan Fitzsimmons (Renegades), Bennet Gibson (Renegades) and Chris Way (Teachers).

Chris Way of Teachers added a conversion.

Police kept the score close with two tries from Ben Green and another from Jamie Schmerer.

In the second of the women’s games a Bermuda Select prevailed over Police 5-4.

The Select got tries from Jess Gilbert (2), Orla Halpin and Amanda Swan (2)

The Police replied with tries from Mika Tomita, Lauren Wilson and Erica McArthur (2).

A second women’s Police team beat the Select 4-1 with tries from Tammy Hall, Erica McArthur, Mika Tomita and Kerry Heighin

Genie Black went over for the Select’s lone try.

Photo by Akil Simmons Action from Saturday's George Duckett Memorial tournament on Saturday.

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Published January 15, 2013 at 8:00 am (Updated January 14, 2013 at 6:23 pm)

Policed beaten by Select sides

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