May 27, 2013 - The Senators turned out on a bright, breezy afternoon at TERP yesterday to face a travelling Kingston side, bolstered by one or two Barrhaven Scottish and even a few "spare" Senators. Very experienced referee, Reg Boyles, blew his whistle to start the game, and the two sides were evenly matched for much of the scoreless first quarter. Early in the second quarter the Senators found themselves deep in Kingston territory, won good ruck ball, and Mark Patterson found himself ball in hand, charging like a rabid rhino towards the last line of Kingston defence. He clearly saw Captain Warren Clifford in a try-scoring position outside him to the right, but ignored him totally as he also saw guest Kingston defender Dave Christie infront of him, and fancied trying a "Maori Sidestep". Mark registered 4.6 on the Richter scale as he flopped over the line for the first try of the match.
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