As the Ghana Rugby Club Championship (GRCC) enters week two, defending champions, Cosmos Buffaloes beat Griffons RFC 38-0 at the Accra Sports Stadium over the weekend.
The defending champions lying fourth in the seven club league, won against new entrants Griffons, who occupy the last position to keep their ambition of winning the 2015/2016 league on track.
Results of other matches played are Accra Sharks RFC 17 - 15 UCC Spartans and Idas Sports 3 - 7 Dansoman Hurricanes RFC.
The second week of the GRCC produced exciting Rugby to the admiration of supporters on the day and all the Clubs are still optimistic of winning the ultimate prize.
According to Mr. Herbert Mensah, President of Ghana Rugby Football Union (GRFU) the quality of Rugby that the players exhibited was beyond his expectations, adding that, there has been much improvement as compared to the previous season.
He mentioned Dansoman Hurricanes RFC and Accra Sharks RFC as the most improved sides so far, in terms of discipline and skills as compared to their performances last season.
“I am hugely impressed with the first and second week of the league season and I congratulate the Tournament Commissioner for the good organization. I also commend the players for exhibiting excellent Rugby and I think there has been much development compared to the past season.
“One should be flexible and accommodating without compromising in Africa and the GRFU, in association with the GRCC Tournament Organizers, are working to allow other teams to join the 2015/16 GRCC at a later stage. Details of such developments will be communicated to all stakeholders as and when a decision is finality reached,” he said.
Week three of the 2015/16 GRCC is scheduled for December 5 at the Accra Sports Stadium.
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