Under 9s and Under 10s
The two teams travelled to Allianz Park on Saturday 28th October and played a curtain raiser game in front of the Saracens home crowd. Both teams played 3 games and they both won 2 and drew 1.
On Sunday 29th October, the Under 10s beat Ash rugby club 12 tries to 2, they played very well after a long day at Allianz Park on Saturday. Man of the match for both days was Nicholas Collins.
Under 11s also beat Ash and it was a very one sided affair. Excellent crash ball played by the team, routinely breaking Ashs' defensive lines. Seb Powell was the stand out player, being awarded man of the match.
Under 13s beat a strong Folkestone side on Sunday 29th. Final score 40 - 25. Try scorers were Richard Collins 4 Jason Weaden 2 Ben Lockett 1 and Luke Robinson 1.
Despite their low numbers this season, the Under 14s travelled to Folkestone on Sunday and played in their first 15-a-side game this season. The team played really well together and played some excellent rugby. The final score was 28-14. Try scorers were James Smith and Henry English. Marcus Bryant converted one of the tries and went on to be Man of the Match. Captain for the game was Tom Bannon. Special mention should go to Harrision Febery, Charlie Smith, Joe Lewis, Tom Hook, Jake St Ange along with the previous mentioned players for sticking with the team despite low numbers.
Under 14s are looking for new players, if you're interested please go to the club Sunday's at 10am.
Under 16s travelled to Folkestone rugby club and played an excellent game of rugby, beating Folkestone at their own ground 7 - 28. Try scorers were Jack Morgan (2), George Gosse and Brandon McCairn, all tries were successfully converted by Gary Fisher. Special mention goes to Archie English for having a fantastic game, putting in some excellent tackles, Oscar Allen for tackling anything that moved and for Guy Reid-Easton, for playing at 9 when Jay Jarman-Chantler was taken off following a head injury. Guy Reid-Easton was the Man of the Match.
Updated 16:59 - 2 Nov 2017 by Steve Castle