Guangzhou Rams Rugby Rampage Over Shenzhen Dragons
South China rugby turned on its head by what was an upset victory for the Guangzhou Rams over the mighty Shenzhen Dragons. The Guangzhou Rams resorted to some archaic rule whereby the team that scores twice the tries of the opposing team wins the game. If that weren’t enough for the Shenzhen Dragon the Rams rolled out another rule created in times of old, whereby the Rams’ two wins to nil over the Dragons means they get to take back the Guangdong Cup from its rightful owners, the mighty Shenzhen Dragons.
It was a brutal game where massive tackles were the norm. The Rams somehow managed to sneak in several tries while the Dragons were showing the compassion they are known for as big hits after big hits were unleashed on their hapless opponents. The resilient Rams managed to weather the withering attack by the relentless Dragons. Not once did the Dragons wonder or question why so many massive Tongan and Hawaiian rugby players were playing for the Rams. Their use of these man-mountains as backs against the Dragons “Back-street-backs” was an uneven match to say the least.
The Dragons fearless leader Captain Darragh “Jack Sparrow” Hudson swore that we would win back our Guangdong Cup in 2011. Darragh denied rumors the Dragons were recruiting Carlos Spencer and Jonah Lomu. As h.e pointed out, “the Dragons were only in the preliminary discussion stage.”