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On Sunday 2nd March the Lions entertained Ross-on-Wye in what was a much needed, long over due match. Due to recent floods on the pitch there had been no rugby so everyone was eager to get back to it. Some of the parents came along early and the pitch was soon clear of debris from the recent storm.
Ross turned up with a disappointing 5 players. However, rather than cancel the game it was decided to lend them 5 players each half and both sides could get some much needed game time.
Thanks to the 17 boys that turned out on Sunday. Ross arrived with 9 players and agreed to play 3 games against our boys. It turned out to be ultimate rugby in more than one sense of the word. As The Grange boys all had to be at school for Midday, they played in the first two teams, so it was literally get the boys warmed up, split into teams and then 3 games one after the other in record time! The boys won 6 v 0, 5 v 2 and 5 v 1. Special mention to Fergus this week who played two games and bagged 5 trys, well done Fergus.
Tries: Mattie Cotton (3), Jack Buckner (3), Finlay Robertson (2), Oscar Battersby, Mikey Nixon, Dominic Clayton, William Freeman
The above 5 a side fixture was played at Monmouth, two Mon U7's teams played a very well organised team from Gwernyfed that produced the following results.
Monmouth Warriors Team 01 vs Gwernyfed Team 01
Tries: Iestyn Williams, Charley Handly & Nick Hilu
Monmouth Warriors Team 02 vs Gwernyfed Team 01
Tries: Elliot Burke, Jack Beggs & Harrison Powell
The fixture played today ended in a 4-4 draw between the two sides.
Tries: Elliot Burke (2), Iestyn Williams, Henry Trick-eagles
Another game in the wet and muddy Weather that we seem to expect now over on Chippy park and this visitors were Bromyard who thankfully agreed to come to our place due to their pitches being worse than ours..