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Monmouth lost 4 - 1 to Penarth (Nikolaj Spooner scored for the Chiefs)
Monmouth lost 3 - 0 to Lymm Lions
Monmouth lost 3 - 1 to Usk (Joseph Henry scored for the Chiefs)
Monmouth lost 5 - 0 to Abergavenny
Monmouth lost 3 - 0 to Caerphilly
Monmouth lost to Winchester 1sts 30 - 0
Monmouth beat Minehead Barbarians 15 - 0
Monmouth lost to Maesteg Celtic 25 -0
Monmouth beat Minehead Barbarians 20 – 10 in semi final
Monmouth lost to Winchester 2nds 5 – o in the FINAL
Game 1: Monmouth 0 - Cwmbran 6
Game 2: Monmouth 2 - Caldicot 6
Tries by Leiton Jones and Charlie Powell
Game 3: Monmouth 0 - St Julian's 3
The Chiefs lost away to Caldicot by 108 points to nil !
A new record ..
Under 10's - Chiefs lost at home to St Julian s by 16 tries to 1. Our only try was scored by George Handley.
Tries: Charlie Powell (2), Richard Jones, & unknown
Chiefs won by 3 tries to 2
Tries: Charlie Poweel (2), Nikolaj Spooner
Having suffered a dip in form recently the Chiefs met early at a muddy Hereford to get in some pre match training the results of which showed immediately despite the fact that only 50% of the squad were available on the day.
Dividing the squad into two teams of 8 with the Chiefs numbers made up of 3 guest players from Hereford the boys put in some sterling team displays and there were some close fought games. Indeed the Chiefs did themselves proud once they had mastered the different rules and put in some crunching tackles to halt the tenacious and well drilled opposition.
Tries: Charlie Powell (3), Edward McCoy, Josh Foxwell, Ethan Bayliss, Guest Players(3)
Bright sunshine welcomed Abergavenny to Chippie on this Sunday morning providing everyone with a much welcome break from the recent rain!
Despite being half term the Chiefs still managed to raise a squad of some 19 players so the decision was made to play a game of 4 halves to ensure everybody got a chance to play. With the Chiefs squad expanding rapidly in recent weeks the boys are still very much in the embryonic stages of team dynamics which meant
Tries: Nikolaj Spooner