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Fratmen open big against GTA

The St. Clair Fratmen scored early and often in their season opener against the GTA Grizzlies with a 63-1 win. After getting picked off on the Fratmen's first possession St. Clair scored every time they had the ball and built a 48-0 lead by halftime. "The interception wasn't even a quarterback thing. It popped off a receiver's hands. Beale played well" said head coach Mike Lachance.

He was pleased with the effort of his defence. "Our defence is very quick. Very active. Played very angry. We're a smaller group but we get to the football.

Lachance also liked the debut of running back Jacob Savoni who scored three touchdowns in his Fratmen debut. He said Savoni is, "everything we thought he would be. A super solid running back. Able to block. Able to run between the tackles. Enough speed to get out to the edge, catch the ball in the backfield".

The Fratmen now have a couple of weeks off before making their debut at St. Clair's sports park on September 11th against London. The Beefeaters beat Hamilton 24-10 Saturday.

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