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James Bay wins 24th B.C. rugby title

A last-second heroic propelled the James Bay Athletic Association to its 24th Rounsefell Cup B.C. rugby championship on Saturday.

James Bay defeated top-seeded Burnaby Lake 23-22 at Klahanie Park in West Vancouver.

With no time left on the clock, Dan Mathie kicked a 30-metre penalty goal on the last play of the game for the second-seeded James Bay.

 

 

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