Juniors buzzing in Boston
JUNIOR RUGBY Under-7s WISBECH under-7s travelled to a very cold and windy Boston on Sunday. Wisbech fielded two under-7s teams and played four fantastic games. Wisbech started extremely well winning the first game 3-1 with fantastic tries coming from Ja
WISBECH under-7s travelled to a very cold and windy Boston on Sunday.
Wisbech fielded two under-7s teams and played four fantastic games.
Wisbech started extremely well winning the first game 3-1 with fantastic tries coming from Jack Tremain and Harry Crane (2).
In the second game Jack Fowler and Sam and George Howart all made their Wisbech debuts.
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Wisbech lost a tightly contested game 4-2 with awesome try's coming from debutant Sam Howart.
The third game was fiercely competitive and Wisbech were extremely unlucky to lose.
They lost 4-3 with tries coming Geoffery Kirby and Jack Tremain (2)
In the final game Wisbech won 2-1.
They played exceptionally well with some fantastic moves with every Wisbech player touching the ball. Elliot McBean-Wills scored both tries.
WISBECH under-11s enjoyed 19-0 and 17-0 wins at Boston.
They lead the first match 5-0 at half-time thanks to an Ed Harwin try.
Harry Tysterman scored and then added the conversion to give Wisbech a 12-0 lead. William Jupp made a run for the line and then off-loaded to Jacob Chapman who scored the third try which Tysterman converted giving a final score of 19-0.
The second match was much the same with Wisbech taking charge.
Emerson Collingwood-Smith, making his debut for the team, had an excellent couple of games and was rewarded by being named as player of the day, setting up Wisbech's first try of the second match which Kristian Molson scored.
Molson opened up the scoring in the second half, giving Wisbech a 10-0 lead.
Oscar Harrison played well at scrum-half, consistently hunting down the ball to keep the momentum going.
With an excellent move late in game Tysterman moved the ball quickly through hands to give Jupp his try and Wisbech their third.
In very windy conditions Tysterman converted giving a final result of 17-0 to Wisbech.
Wisbech under-7s and under-11s take on West Norfolk at home on Sunday.