Match Reports: October 28th 2017, Westshore RFC hosted the Seattle Men’s D1 and Premier teams. The Div. 1 game was an entertaining game with lots of excitement. The first half saw the Seattle team slightly ahead but Westshore and their left wing kept them in the game with 2 tries. A myriad of simple errors by Seattle also made it hard for the Saracens to get into a rhythm. The game was hard fought by both sides and in the end the Saracens came out victors with a 29-22 win. No
Forward, Ollie Kilifi, has been named to the US Eagles roster to face Germany in Frankfurt on November 18th. The US Eagles have named 28 players to travel to Europe next month. the schedule will see them play two tests against Germany and Georgia in Tbilisi, on November 25th.
Club President Kevin Flynn is thrilled to join the board of directors of the Seattle Sports Commission. Flynn said, “The Seattle Saracens share many of the same community based objectives with the SSC. We are looking forward to being able to contribute to helping Seattle become also known for rugby whilst forging new community links. The Seattle Saracens are committed to its current community programs which include; support of youth sports, special needs, wheelchair rugby and
Under bright skies the visiting Meraloma RFC took on Seattle Saracens on their own ground. Meraloma coming off a narrow win against Nanaimo, was looking to have a stronger result against Seattle. From the initial kick-off Seattle looked strong with fluid teamwork in phase play from both the forwards and backs. Taking advantage of Meraloma’s errors, Seattle struck first and continued the 1st half with convincing play from Peter Tiberio and scrum half Isaiah Chinen, both scor