Under-sevens win five out of six

PUBLISHED: 15:23 15 December 2009 | UPDATED: 16:13 11 May 2010

ROYSTON Rugby Club s Under-sevens put in some outstanding performances on Sunday morning to win five out of their six matches against visiting teams from Biggleswade and Hitchin. Great teamwork in defence and attack led to a collection of tries from Camer

ROYSTON Rugby Club's Under-sevens put in some outstanding performances on Sunday morning to win five out of their six matches against visiting teams from Biggleswade and Hitchin.

Great teamwork in defence and attack led to a collection of tries from Cameron King, Alfie Pocock, and Reece Worby and valuable points were also added by first time scorers Charlie Tarpy, Harry Bolt, and Max Jenkins.

It was an uplifting and positive end to the year for the team as the squad continue to move from strength to strength.

It is now looking forward to the second half of the season after what will be a well earned Christmas break.

Royston Under-nines also hosted sides from Biggleswade and Hitchin on the Heath at the weekend.

Royston White Hoops won a hard fought game against Biggleswade while Royston Black Hoops lost to a very well drilled Hitchin side.

The last game saw a mixed Royston team beat Biggleswade.

The players of the day were Sam Fuller and George Adam who were praised for some outstanding tackling.

This week the team will be training on the Heath at 10.30am weather permitting.

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