JUNIOR players from Huntingdon Stags and St Neots locked horns at age groups from U7 to U14, with the Stags having the better of many of the matches.

JUNIOR players from Huntingdon Stags and St Neots locked horns at age groups from U7 to U14, with the Stags having the better of many of the matches.

Stags U11 kept a clean sheet in both their encounters, and Luke Toates bagged a hat-trick of tries as Stags won 28-0 and 33-0.

The U7s played three even matches, with Neots winning the opener, Stags the second and the decider finishing tied at 5-5.

Stags U8 took three from four matches, winning two of the games by only a point. Neots saved face with a good 4-4 result in the final match.

Harry March bagged three scores for the U10 Stags. He crossed for the only try in the first game, opened the scoring in the Stags' win in the second and added a third in the final game, which Neots edged 3-2.

It was very much one-way traffic at U12 level as Stags managed two whitewash scores in their matches.

The first ended 31-0, and the second 56-0, with Callum Paterson bagging three tries and the boot of Adam Garrood converting with many of the 13 tries.

St Neots had the upper hand at U13 level and led 19-0 after just 10 minutes. Stags improved but the damage had been done as Neots eased home 36-5.

The U14s gave a good display, with the Stags taking the honours 39-17 with Xavier Parker topping the scoring list with three tries.

The Stags U15 and U16 had mixed success against Olney. The U15 side ran out 41-17 victors, while the U16s lost by a point in a high scoring game, despite crossing for seven tries.