Top Teams in the Frontier Assert Themselves Throughout the Weekend

It was a tough fought week for many teams, as the divisonal leaders were out to prove themselves.

In the Frontier Region, as we approach playoffs, the top teams in the regions are starting to put their foot down on their competition, and get into their rhythm before they are on the national level. 

Men's Division II: 

Mid-America Division: 

Both games pinned a team from Saint Louis against a Kansas City team, and in both instances it was Saint Louis who were walking away with victory in hand. The Bombers started the proceedings off with strong and well executed play and were able to down Kansas City RFC.  

In the other battle, the St. Louis Royals came out guns blazing against the Blues, and gave them plenty of woes to sing home about as they were dismissed easily to a score of 34-19. 

 Rocky Mountain: 
Park City made the trip interstate to play a double header in Denver over the weekend. Saturday's fixture would not have been the start they were looking for, as they fell sharply to the Barbarians 45-15. The Babas continue to show that they are the cream of the crop in the Rocky Mountain, extending their perfect season. 

Despite the drudging they received on Saturday, the men from Utah bounced back nicely and landed themselves a strong win, against the Denver Harlequins, the final score was 42-21. 

Men's Division III:

Mid-America: 
The Arkansas Gryphons made the trip out to play Springfield Rugby, and they were treated to an excellent game of rugby. After eighty minutes had gone passed the two teams could not be separated and the two teams had to split the points. Final score 24-24.

Rocky Mountain: 
In the Rocky Mountain dvision Colorado Springs continued to assert themselves over their opposition and landed a three try victory over the Northern Colorado Flamingos 45-26. 

Rocky Mountain Men's Division IV
The Denver Barbarians D4 ran right through the Colorado Rush over the weekend beating them 102-15. 

Rocky Mountain Women's Division I: 
The only women's game in the first division to be played this weekend saw the Utah Vipers take on Black Ice. It was the Vipers who were able to show off their venomous bite and melt the ice by a convincing scoreline of 54-22. 

Mid America Women's Division II: 
In another Kansas City Saint Louis showdown it was the Jazz who were hitting all the right notes as they were able to blunt the sabres to the tune of 51-5.