ST IVES U13 extended their winning run over Fenland Barbarians as they overran their visitors 55-5. Despite an evenly matched tussle in the pack Ives back line were just too powerful for their opponents, with full back Stan Smith scoring four of the nine

ST IVES U13 extended their winning run over Fenland Barbarians as they overran their visitors 55-5.

Despite an evenly matched tussle in the pack Ives' back line were just too powerful for their opponents, with full back Stan Smith scoring four of the nine tries.

Centres Luke Green and Zac Hayden scored a brace of tries each, with fly-half Tyler Elstub picking up the ninth and Steffen Gosling scoring four conversions.

STAGS U7 won two out of the three matches against their St Neots opponents after going down 5-3 in the first match.

The second game was won 5-4 by Stags, and an 8-4 victory in the final match saw Reece Smith score a hat-trick.

STAGS U8 were caught cold at St Neots, losing their opening game before recovering to win the final two matches.

Having lost the opening game 10-9, Stags won 10-7 and then 6-5 in an impressive turnaround.

THE U9 Stags had mixed fortunes in their two-game series with St Neots, losing one and winning one.

Stags lost 3-0 to St Neots U9 in the opening game before rallying to take the second 4-1 with James Gould scoring two tries.

STAGS U10 put in two devastating displays to win both their games, scoring a total of 16 tries.

Stags won their opening game 7-3 and followed it up with a 9-3 mauling, with Fraser Hutton and Ben Hegan both scoring three tries apiece.

STAGS U11 recorded two impressive wins against Saffron Walden and Bishop's Stortford.

A quick-fire hat-trick from Sam Durnan helped Stags to a 30-0 rout of Bishop's Stortford, and in the second game of the day Stags played some sunshine rugby to beat Walden.

Kieran Cupitt and William Gould scored a try apiece to ease the visitors to a 10-0 victory.

U12 STAGS had a tough time of it against St Neots, losing all three of their matches to their neighbours.

Having been turned over 35-7 in the opening game, Stags lost 14-7 and then 26-14.

STAGS U13 put two disappointing weeks behind them when they welcomed Rushden and Higham U13 to the racecourse, winning 41-0.

Despite the tireless efforts of the opposition's prop and number eight, Stags were rampant with Xavier Parker grabbing three tries.

STAGS U14 were just as dominant with a 48-0 home win against Rushden and Higham.

Kacy Nicholson was the star of the show, completing his hat-trick inside the first half, with Will Moore scoring half his conversions in spite of the wind.

STAGS U15 crushed Rushden 50-7 with two tries from Jack Summers and three well-taken conversions from Josh Doonan.

Having led 36-0 at half time the Stags forwards asserted their authority in the scrum. Rushden scored a consolation try before Harry Clark rounded off the win.