MALDEN, MA – It was a very long day at the office for Mystic River yesterday in their various matches against Boston, despite strong support from multiple generations of Mystics throughout the day. Continue reading
MALDEN, MA – The Mystic River Old Boys started the day on a positive note with Old Boy man of the match Ben Wallace featuring strongly in a 21-14 victory. The A-side kicked off and immediately started to dominate the game, with two quick tries to take the score to 14-0. However, the boys gave up far too many penalties, especially in the tackle, leaving the half time score at 14-0 despite dominating the game. The boys collected themselves in the second half and gave away fewer penalties to retain more of the ball and scored five unanswered tries in the second half to walk away with a 47-0 win. The B side did not fare as well in their 10-19 loss, but a number of players put in strong performances.
SARANAC LAKE, NY – The Can-Am tournament schedule has now been released and the two Mystic teams taking part in the tournament will be heading up to take the tournament by storm over the next few days. Continue reading
PINE BANKS – It was a hotly contested affair with the Mystic Old Boys running in two early tries, but the Senators were able to respond with a try under the posts.
The Mystic backs continued to test the Senators defense, but solid tackling kept them at bay and giving the Canadian side the win at the final whistle.