Day 2 brought four more victories for the Fog, leaving the men a combined 8-0 record so far!
Fog B men advanced to the semifinals in the Alice Hoagland Cup division where they will face a rematch with a strong Melbourne side and the Fog A men advanced to the semifinals of the Bingham Cup division where they will meet the Gotham Knights.
Photo: President Daniel Crowley completes a try for Fog A against Manchester on Saturday, June 2nd.
Fog B Semi-final Match vs Melbourne Chargers @ 2:40 am PST
Fog A Semi-final Match vs Gotham Knights A @ 3:30 am PST
If the B-side advances..
Hoagland Cup final will be at 6:00 am PST
If the A-side advances..
Bingham Cup final will be at 6:50 am PST
Fog A played two solid defensive games, shutting out both Sydney B 10-0 and Manchester A 27-0. Fog A has yet to concede a single point this tournament! Establishing a commitment to each other was the theme of the day and was carried throughout both games.
Fog B kept up their solid work, defeating a hard charging Madison Minotour team 13-5. Unfortunately, that game also saw the first major injury to a Fog player, with Bill Hewitt suffering a fractured collar bone. On the bright side, after a healthy dosage of nitrous oxide, everything seemed okay… Many thanks to Mickey for making sure he got off to the hospital alright. Fog B followed up that game with a crushging defeat of Manchester B, at least 27-0, possibly more. Inspired back play and a will to make big plays was evident throughout. The major highlight ended up being after the game. With Taylor scoring his first try, his zulu following the game ventured right past the Manchester sideline where he received a large round of applause!