It was a Weekend of High Powered Offense in the Frontier Region

Rocky Mountain Women's Division I: 
Glendale Merlins D1 welcomed the visiting Utah Vipers over the weekend, and kicked their season off with a 30-22 win. The first 15 minutes were a see-sawing affair with both teams swapping scores until in the 17th minute when the Merlin's Noelle Heiser, slotted a conversion to put them up by two. From there they never looked back. While the Vipers were unable to win, or pick up a losing bonus point, they did secure one competition point via their four tries. This means that Utah maintains their place a top of the leaderboards, but Glendale is only one point behind, with a game in hand. 

Rocky Mountain Men's Division II: 
Park City Haggis were victorious over the Denver Highlanders crushing them in a 50-12 defeat. It was a close affair for the first twenty minutes, with the Haggis only leading by two twenty minutes into the game, but they then went on to score 19 unanswered points to establish a lead that was too much to over come. 

Heart of America Men's Division III: 

In the only game to be played in this pool, the Wichita Barbarians pulled away from the Arkansas Gryphons and secured a comprehensive 45-22 victory. Going into the sheds at half time it was actually the Gryphons who were in the lead; but, two tries scored back to back to start the second stanza by the Barbarians Number 8, Anthony George, gave them the lead and it was all over from there.

Missouri Men's Division III: 
Saint Louis Bombers D3 beat Sunday Morning Rugby, 46-12. Tanner Atchison and Kody Seets both bagged a brace in the victory. 

Rocky Mountain Men's Division III: 
Littleton continued their winning ways, as they edged out the Northern Colorado Flamingos in a high scoring affair, 42-32. The Eagles had 6 different try scorers and their Fly-Half Nick Prudhomme was perfect with the boot. 

The Laramie Lumberjacks squeaked passed the Colorado Springs Grizzlies, 46-43. This is now two losses in a row for the Grizzlies, who prior to this past fortnight had been undefeated. They are still on top of the ladder, but Littleton is closing the gap, inch by inch. 

Rocky Mountain Men's Division IV: 
While, the Grizzlies were unable to get it done in the third division, the Grizzlies D4 team was able to thump the Colorado Rush 36-15. 

Queen City Rams D4 continued to dominate their pool, avenging their previous loss to Marauders Rugby 59-14. With three games left in the season for the Rams they sit six points clear of the opposition. The Grizzlies, have played one less game than the Rams, which makes their April 21st showdown all the more impactful.