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Winning weekend for Gaels teams

[Gaaels Football]
Queen's Gaels running back Jesse Andrews scores one of his three touchdowns in Saturday's 47-24 win over the Waterloo Warriors. (Photo by Jason Scouse)

FOOTBALL

The Queen's Gaels football (2-1) team downed the visiting Waterloo Warriors (0-3) with a 47-24 victory Saturday afternoon at Richardson Stadium.

Running back Jesse Andrews was a force offensively for Queen's finishing the day with 204 total yards of offence with three touchdowns. Quarterback Nate Hobbs completed just over half of his passes for 223 yards with three touchdown passes, and adding another on the ground. Mike Moore led the Gaels defence with six and half tackles to go along with a sack.

Up next for the Gaels are the Western Mustangs (3-0) on Saturday, Sept. 19 in London.

WOMEN'S SOCCER

The Queen's Gaels (1-1-3) exploded on offence with a 10-0 win over crosstown rivals the RMC Paladins (0-3) at RMC. Jenny Wolever and Tara Bartram  each scored a pair of goals to pace the Gaels in the victory.

The Gaels head to Toronto to play against the Toronto Varsity Blues next Saturday, Sept. 19.

MEN'S SOCCER

The Queen's Gaels (1-1-2) faced the RMC Paladins (0-4-0) at RMC in Kingston on Saturday afternoon. A late penalty kick goal from Kristian Zanette sealed the 2-1 victory for Queen's.

The Gaels next face the Toronto Varsity Blues (3-1) Saturday, Sept. 19 in Toronto.

WOMEN'S RUGBY

It was a close game Sunday as the Queen’s Gaels (1-0) made a second-half comeback to top the McMaster Marauders (0-1) 15-14 in their OUA home opener at Nixon Field. 

With the Marauders up 14-3 early in the second half, the Gaels battled back with tries from Emma Chown and Hannah Van Luven.

The Gaels next head to Peterborough where they will take on the Trent Excalibur Saturday, Sept. 19.  

MEN'S RUGBY

The Queen's Gaels (1-1) grabbed a 40-0 shutout win in their home opener over the Brock Badgers (0-2) Sunday at Nixon Field.  

The Gaels head to Waterloo to face the Warriors on Sunday, Sept. 20.