The B-side game followed the pattern of the A game this week, a physical contest in which some defensive lapses allowed Saratoga the win.
MIT kicked off with the breeze and the opening phases saw some good one off running and equally good defence. The Saratoga winger capitalized on a moment of defensive weakness to breakthrough and score from long range.
MIT reacted positively and out together some good phases of possession with line breaks from number 8, wing and centre. One of the line breaks was finished deftly by winger Patrick to give MIT the lead 7-5.