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Unfortunately, in this tournament if you don't perform one day it can take you out of it entirely.
The Ironmen finished the tournament with their best offensive output of the championship, something head coach Andrew DuPlessis new would come after they adjusted to a higher level of competition than they are used to facing. It took only two minutes for the Gryphons to get on the board after driving down the field Gryphons lock Mac Kea scored for an early lead.
After Guelph added a second try from winger Riley DiNardo in the 15thminute, the Ironmen got their first try of the match when centre and player of the game for UNB, Kyle Patterson ran through a gap after the Ironmen had driven down the field to the Gryphon's 5-metre line.
Flanker Marcello Wainwright and winger Julian Crowe rounded out the scoring for Guelph in the first half as they carried a lead going into the break. The Gryphons added six more tries in the second half.
Centre Dalton Campbell and prop Guershom Mukendi logged their first tries of the game while DiNardo touched down his second and Wainwright picked up two more tries for the hat trick. New Brunswick hooker Ron Llena scampered metres in 58thminute after pouncing on a loose ball to finish off the scoring in the match with the final score reading for Guelph.
The bronze medal game between the Victoria Vikes and Concordia is set to kick off at 11 a. Following the final the Tournament XV will be presented.