The Seattle Saracens have picked up another win and now look good to make the BC Premier League playoffs. Their latest result came as a 36-32 road win over James Bay. Seattle now sit in fourth place with 17 points, just four points behind UBC but three points ahead of Capilano and James Bay. The Saracens have two matches left in the regular season--next week against bottom side Vancouver Rowing Club and then against the UBCOB Ravens.
Dion Crowder scored first for Seattle before James Bay had a try and a penalty to lead 8-7. Seattle then added another try, this time from Sequoiz Burke-Combs, and a penalty from Andrew Nelson. Canadian international Sean White scored for James Bay to make it 17-13 at the half. In the second half James Bay scored first but Nick McKenna and Psalm Wooching had tries to put Seattle in front 36-20. James Bay made it close after that with two tries but not close enough.
The Seattle women were also successful beating Cowichan 106-0. They are firmly second in the standings.