He made the best pass of the competition… so far!

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MLR action continued this week as the Houston Sabrecats took on the San Diego Legion! With just two points in it going into the second half, the Sabercats produced a great team try topped off with potentially the best pass of the competition so far that found Matias Freyre!

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