MOSCOW, October 27 (RIA Novosti)
Yenisei-STM won their fifth Russian rugby title Saturday after thrashing local rivals Krasny Yar in the second match of the Professional Rugby League final.
Yenisei won the second leg 40-3 after drawing 12-12 with Krasny Yar in the first match last week and finish the season unbeaten.
New Zealander Ryan Bambry scored four penalties, two drop-goals and a conversion for a 20-point haul, while Yenisei ran in four tries.
Third place will be decided between eight-time champion VVA-Podmoskovye and Moscow team Slava later Saturday.
VVA won the first match 16-15 on Sunday.
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