Bantam Reps drop penalty filled weekend

Six Nations Bantam Reps Sterling Smoke takes aim with a hard accurate slap shot during what was an intense physical game against the Paris Wolf Pack. (Photo by Neil Becker)

By: Neil Becker Sports Reporter It’s a good bet that the Six Nations Bantam Reps won’t exactly be exchanging Christmas greetings with the Paris Wolf Pack this holiday season. In what was a physical, tension filled game Six Nations despite a two-goal effort from forward Thunder Hill, and jumping out to a 3-0 lead couldn’t clinch the win as they dropped a 7-4 home decision against Paris. “I love it,” Hill said about the thunderous body checks being dished out, which were at times followed by some extracurricular shoving or chirping after the whistle. “There was some good hitting out there. It gets us hyped.” Despite not getting two points, there were some encouraging highlights for Six Nations including Hill, who with under five minutes remaining in regulation scoring one…

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