Rebels take second round series opener

Six Nations Rebels sharp-shooter Layne Smith gets ready to make that critical defensive play during Game 1 second round playoff action against the Hamilton Bengals. (Photo By Neil Becker)

By Neil Becker Sports News Despite getting the win, Six Nations Rebels coach Miles General didn’t pull any punches in analyzing his team’s performance. Coming off a week layoff since sweeping the Point Edward Pacerts, Six Nations got off to a slow start before cranking up the offence and starting Round 2 by taking the opener by a 13-6 win against the Hamilton Bengals. “We were off a week, and they were coming off a big win,” General said. “They were coming hard and I wasn’t happy with our game. I know we can play better than that.”General also went on to add, “The Rebels biggest opponents are themselves. We got (have) what it takes. Those little mistakes we make against weaker teams become big mistakes when we’re playing against…

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