Last Saturday, Mystic River had their hands busy with two road games. Mystic River’s Division 1 team played in their first ARP match in club history and this season at Old Blue in New York City, but were unable to pull out a victory. The Division 2 Mystics travelled south to Weymouth and defeated South Shore. 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.
WEYMOUTH, MA – After starting hot with a try in the first 60 seconds, the Mystics cooled off and actually found themselves trailing 20-24 at halftime to newly promoted South Shore. But it didn’t take long to regain control in the second half as the Mystics put up 42 unanswered points behind strong play of Dimitri Efthimiou and Joe “Hollywood” Shurmaitis to take a commanding 62-24 lead at the final whistle.
Next up, the Mystics open the season at Pine Banks against Amoskeag who are also 2-0 in league play.