Young Stags win by a cricket score
Huntingdon Stags U15 65 The Deepings U15 0 A CRUSHING performance saw Stags return to winning ways and get 2007 off to a flying start. Karl Smith took advantage of a poor clearance to open the scoring inside five minutes and Chris Budd doubled the advanta
Huntingdon Stags U15 65
The Deepings U15 0
A CRUSHING performance saw Stags return to winning ways and get 2007 off to a flying start.
Karl Smith took advantage of a poor clearance to open the scoring inside five minutes and Chris Budd doubled the advantage from the blind side four minutes later.
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Once again Smith capitalised on good attacking play from the backs to add another score before Matt Hefferan crossed the try line.
A period of good Deeping defence stopped the flow but Hefferan soon crossed again with James Anderson then getting on the scoresheet to make it 36-0 at half time.
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The pattern continued into the second half as James Turner quickly joined the try-scorers.
The visitors held their line until the final 10 minutes when a flurry of tries gave the scoreline a flattering gloss to Huntingdon.
Karl Smith completed his hat-trick then ran in a further two tries to bring his personal tally to five with Joe Costello - who also added points with the boot - also touching down.
Anderson's conversions completed the point scorers in a fine Stags performance that saw Hefferan named man of the match for a strong display.