Mini Rugby Reports
U10 Newmarket 0 St Neots 45 ST NEOTS travelled to Newmarket and proceeded to dominate play and attack from the start, with an early Rory Dingemans brace putting them ahead. A try from Sebastian Faux and a third for Dingemans stretched their lead further b
Newmarket 0 St Neots 45
ST NEOTS travelled to Newmarket and proceeded to dominate play and attack from the start, with an early Rory Dingemans brace putting them ahead. A try from Sebastian Faux and a third for Dingemans stretched their lead further by the interval.
James Partt added two tries after the break and Liam Thody got one for the visitors. They kept pressing and Morgan Thomas and Faux added the gloss to a convincing win.
Newmarket 0 St Neots 15
The hosts put on a better performance in the second game but still failed to hold off the visitors. Faux got another two tries and Partt added one as Saints won the second.
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Newmarket 0 St Neots 15
Saints made it a hat-trick of wins despite an improving home side. Faux got another brace and Dingemans bagged a try as they stormed to another victory.
Huntingdon Stags 35 Saffron Walden 5
HUNTINGDON Stags were in fine form and took the lead just two minutes into the game through Charlie Lee. Kacey Nicholls then marked his return from injury with a great try but Stags started to find it difficult to break past the visitors. They kept pressing though and Lee completed a hat-trick to give them a commanding 26-0 half-time lead.
Some missed tackles after the break allowed Harry Flowers to score for Saffron against the run of play, but the hosts soon replied with two tries from Bradley Revell and Joss Ward. Bal Dhital scored four conversions from six attempts to cap a great win for Stags.
Saffron Walden 0 Huntingdon Stags 0
STAGS were held to a goalless stalemate at Saffron Walden despite a good attacking first half. The visitors created numerous chances but lacked quality with the final touch as the hosts threatened to score on the counter. Stags spent much of the second half in their opponent's half and often fell just short of scoring. Stags had two disallowed tries and were left frustrated as Saffron held on for the win.