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Varsity lacrosse semi-final at SAC

The varsity lacrosse team travelled to St. Andrew’s College last Wednesday, May 24 to play a one-game CISAA semi-final match. The victor would earn the opportunity to play St. Michael’s College for the league championship. The teams battled hard; both teams demonstrated excellent ball handling and passing skills in the early going. The teams were tied 2-2 at the end of the first quarter; UCC jumped out to a 4-2 lead early in the second quarter. Dom Peters, Ryder Thususka and Kyunphil Ko were all key contributors in a game SAC eventually won. All the players are to be congratulated for working so well as a team and providing great entertainment for their faithful spectators throughout the entire season.

Ryder Thususka @ SAC

Ryder Thususka @ SAC

Kyungphil Ko guarding the goal @ SAC

Kyungphil Ko guarding the goal @ SAC

Ryder Thususka @ SAC - May 2017

Ryder Thususka @ SAC – May 2017

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