The Hunting Hills Lightning were the top team in the Central Alberta Rugby League season with a 4-0 record. (Submitted Photo)

Hunting Hills Lightning senior girls rugby finish league play undefeated

It was a season for the ages for the Hunting Hills Lightning Senior Girls rugby team.

Tuesday, they capped off a perfect regular season in Central Alberta Rugby League play, with a 29-10 win over the Rimbey Spartans.

With the win, they finished the year 4-0 and in first place overall, while scoring 107 points and only allowing 25.

The Tier II and III rugby playoffs start on May 27. In Tier III Girls play, W.E. Hay takes on West Central in Rocky Mountain House, with the winner to play Rimbey in the final on May 30. The Tier II semis kick off at 5:30 p.m. at Titans Park.

The Tier II final is May 31 at Titans Park.



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