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West Asia Club Championship 2018 Abu Dhabi Harlequins outclass second-string Kandy side


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Kandy SC suffered their second defeat at the West Asia Club Championship 2018 when they were outclassed by the Abu Dhabi Harlequins 57-7 in a one-sided affair.

Kandy also lost 31-20to Bahrain RFC a week ago. The upcountry outfit lost with 11 of their players occupied with national duty at the Asian Games and Asian Sevens Series in Hong Kong plus a few of them recovering from injury before preparing themselves for the upcoming club rugby season which will kick off in November this year. (SJ)

 


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