Kingston, ON - At home on Saturday, RMC (1-6) suffered a 57-7 defeat at the hands of the Waterloo Warriors (5-2).
Waterloo came out strong in the first half, scoring 12 points in the opening 10 minutes. Warriors back Mitch Voralek ended the day with two tries and six conversions.
Late in the first half, multiple RMC try attempts were held up.
Waterloo led RMC 33-0 at the break.
The Warriors continued their strong play in the second half. Michael Appiah-Kubi had two tries for the visitors.
RMC's Will Hand put the Paladins on the board late in the second half, and Konur Tholl hit the conversion as the game ended.
After the 57-7 defeat, RMC plays their final game of the season on the road at Brock (1-6) next weekend.
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