Stags in try-scoring action

Huntingdon Stags TRIES from Joe Sullivan, Thomas Doonan and Harry Edwards helped Stags U7 to two draws and a 30-25 victory at Wisbech. George Farrar, Jack Garbutt, Edmund Gray, Tom Starkey, William Greatorex and Kristian Clarke-Reid were among the other t

Huntingdon Stags

TRIES from Joe Sullivan, Thomas Doonan and Harry Edwards helped Stags U7 to two draws and a 30-25 victory at Wisbech. George Farrar, Jack Garbutt, Edmund Gray, Tom Starkey, William Greatorex and Kristian Clarke-Reid were among the other try scorers.

The U8 team scored eight tries in their first game with Wisbech, drawing 8-8, but just lost out 7-8 in their second game. Lewis Ager with four tries and Adam Drylie with three were the top performers on the day. Connor Wickes scored all five tries as Stags Reds beat Stags Greens 5-4.

Stags U9 won, drew and lost one match against Wisbech. Mattias Moss (3), Henry Durrant (2), Toby Doonan and Henry Ward scored tries while Jack Edwards was named top player on the day.


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Two games against Wisbech ended in a draw and a win for Stags U10s. George Furbank added to his earlier score with four more tries as Stags won the second game 20-10.

Stags U15 maintained their unbeaten record with a close-run 28-20 win against Peterborough.

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Tom Morgan converted his own try early on but Peterborough pulled one back before half time. Stags fell further behind before Mark Cox scored under the posts and late tries from Greg Smith and another from man of the match Cox settled the contest.

St Neots

THE weekend brought a topsy-turvy day for St Neots U11 as they swept Stevenage aside 26-5 but went down 49-0 to Bedford. Cameron Brown, Alex Purdon, Ben Tyler and Curtis Bundy all scored tries for Saints with three conversions from the boot of Lewis Medlow to help them defeat Stevenage but their second opponents proved just too strong.

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