Huntingdon Stags Mini Rugby Reports
U7 Royston 8 Huntingdon 9 Royston 8 Huntingdon 11 Stevenage 1 Huntingdon 10 U8 Stags 8 Royston 5 A hat-trick of tries for both Harry March and James Gould and a try a piece for James Park and Ben Rycroft allowed Huntingdon to run out 8-5 winners against
Royston 8 Huntingdon 9
Royston 8 Huntingdon 11
Stevenage 1 Huntingdon 10
Stags 8 Royston 5
- 1 Police dog helped find drugs and knife in Ramsey
- 2 New Toolstation branch to open in Huntingdon
- 3 Small community café in St Neots "just hanging on"
- 4 Three dogs including pregnant Jack Russell stolen from Wimpole kennels
- 5 Great honour for two men awarded the freedom of Huntingdon
- 6 Come and see Huntingdon's Beacon lighting ceremony for the Jubilee
- 7 Find out what's happening in Huntingdonshire for the Queen's Jubilee?
- 8 Nursery rated inadequate after inspectors said safety was 'compromised'
- 9 St Neots Street Food Fest promises to be "bigger and better"
- 10 Pupils enjoy early jubilee celebration with all things royal
A hat-trick of tries for both Harry March and James Gould and a try a piece for James Park and Ben Rycroft allowed Huntingdon to run out 8-5 winners against a very good Royston team.
Stags 6 Stevenage 5
The Stags ran out winners in their first game against Stevenage in a good close game, a hat-trick of tries for Max Stubbings and one a piece for Ben Rice, Josh Rycroft and Daniel Chase just been enough to guide the Stags to a deserved victory.
Stags 3 Royston 8
Two tries for Max Stubbings and a one for Fraser Park where never going to be enough and poor defending allowed Royston to run in eight.
Stags 5 Royston 7
A good attacking game that was close up until the last minute, tries from James Park (two), Harry March (two) and James Gould (one) had the scores tied 5 -5 going into the last minute when Royston score two.
Stags 6 Royston 5
A hat-trick of tries for Fin Cook and one a piece for Josh Rycroft; Ben Rice and Daniel Chase proved just enough to give the Stags victory.
Stags 11 Stevenage 2
The Stags saved their best performance for the final game against a tired Stevenage team, James Gould with three two for Harry March, Max Stubbings, Jason Turner and Ben Rice and Jason Park with one a piece give.
Stags 1 Stevenage 5
Both sides started slowly and the first half ended 1-1 with Ben Hegan getting the Stags try. The second half saw Stags miss a number of tackles as Stevenage ran from all areas of the pitch and managed to score four tries in 10 minutes to win.
Stags 6 Royston 1
After the poor performance against Stevenage, Stags upped their game considerably and had a very comfortable victory. Joe Sullivan got a hat trick of tries and other try scores included Luke Totes and Harry Edwards.
Stags 3 - Stevenage 3
Stags went 2 -1 up with tries from William Gould and Matthew Waring before the break. Stags appeared to be cruising when Lewis Ager went over to make the score 3-1 but Stevenage scored two late tries to even the match.
Stags 3 Royston 5
Stags were fired up for their second game after drawing to Stevenage, who had already beaten Royston. Matthew Waring, Sam Lawrence and Max Oliver scored tries against Royston, and despite the defeat there were some solid performances from Kallum Patterson in centre, George Mansfield at scrum-half and Simon Duncan delivering some crunching tackles.
Royston 14 Huntingdon 7
Royston led 14-0 at half time but Mathias Moss ran in a try which Toby Doonan duly converted in the second.
Stevenage 0 Stags 7
A fiercely contested match saw some Stevenage errors lead to a penalty, which in turn led to another great run from Toby Doonan, resulting in the only try of the.
Royston 5 Stags 35
Rampaging forward Xavier Parker got two tries, with backs Harry Denton, Jordan Cafferkey and Jonny Charalambous scoring one each. Royston were unable to cope with Stags all field attack, although they did breach the line with a good score of their own.
Royston 7 Stags 28
More robust play in the second match saw Stags run out winners by four tries to one. Parker scored twice again in the match and George Napier moved from his normal second row position into the centres to claim two tries of his own with George Furbank converting all.
Stags 20 Stewarts and Lloyds Corby 0
Lewis Burke and Alex Blake got one each with Jack Summers scoring two with no conversions.