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 Bermudas 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.