Bermuda defeated Gibraltar 35 – 16 in their International match as part of the 34th Annual World Rugby Classic.
Robbie Reid gave Bermuda a 3 - 0 lead when he converted a Penalty, Benn Morris would level the score at 3 – 3 when hit a Penalty for Gibraltar, Morris would kick another Penalty to give Gibraltar the lead 6 – 3. Dave Lunn would then draw Bermuda level when he kicked a Penalty to make the score 6 – 6.
With Bermuda down to 14-Men, they would take the lead when Alex Brown went over for a Try on the stroke of halftime, and Lunn added the Conversion for Bermuda to lead 13 – 6 at the break.
Early in the second half, Morris kicked a Penalty for Gibraltar to close the Bermuda lead to 13 – 9, but Reid who was the player put in the Sin Bin for ten minutes in the first half, would return and kick another Penalty to put Bermuda ahead 16 – 9. Reid would then go over for a Try for Bermuda in the corner to extend Bermuda's lead to 21 – 6, he would then add the Conversion to make it 23 – 9. Substitute Jahniko Francis would add to Bermuda’s total when he scored a Try, however, the Conversion was missed leaving the score 28 – 9.
Gibraltar would get a Try from Jack Eccleston, and when Morris added the Conversion it would make the score 28 – 16. Bermuda would answer with a Try from Mike Kelley and a Conversion from Lunn to make the final score 35 – 16.
Canada 19 Lions 15
The second match was back in the Classic as Canada defeated the Lions 19 – 15.
The Classic Lions took the lead when James Shanahan scored, and Delon Armitage kicked the Conversion to make it 7 – 0. John Moonlight would go over for Canada, but with the Conversion missed, the Lions would hold a 7 – 5 lead. The Classic Lions had Armitage kick a Penalty to take the lead at half time 10 – 5.
Aaron Mclelland scored a Try for Canada, and when Conor Hunter kicked the Conversion Canada would take the lead 12 – 10, the Classic Lions got a Try from David McGregor, but the Conversion attempt was missed leaving the score 15 – 12 to the Lions, however, Canada would take the lead for a final time when Jordan Tait went over for a Try, and Hunter kicked the Conversion as Canada would hold on for the 19 – 15 win.