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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.
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..
On a wet and windy Sunday morning, Monmouth U11s put together one of their best performances to date in beating Newbridge by ten tries to nil. Coach Tony Richards said it was the best he had seen his team play with ALL eighteen players contributing well.
Monmouth Under 11s entertained local rivals Ross on Sunday 12th January. Both teams were grateful to Monmouth Comprehensive School for allowing the use of their pitches as the Chippenhamgate fields were still waterlogged.
It was typical weather for a Monmouth away match at Gwernyfed – cold, wet and windy. However, the Monmouth U11 Lions arrived with a determined 12 players on Sunday 15th December. The Gwernyfed cockerels have often proved difficult for the Monmouth U11s and despite having beaten them at their home ground previously there was still an element of nervousness in the air.
Gwernyfed had 8 players so with Monmouth lending 2 players in each half an equal game of 10-a-side began.
St Julians beat Monmouth U11 Lions by nine tries to nil.
Monmouth U11s had a successful morning at home to Abergavenny and then Pontypool.
The Monmouth side worked well as a team, backs and forwards, to try to get the ball out wide. This worked well against Aber, with first half tries coming from the three quarters Oli Scrivens and Adam Davies. Harry Johnson scored well from fly half as the home side racked up six tries in all.
Monmouth had a fabulous win away to Cinderford on Sunday 20th October scoring four tries to nil in a tough match under English, or Forest, rules.
The hosts were perhaps wary of Monmouth's pace and attacking back play out wide and set out the narrowest of pitches in order to encourage a forward dominated game. The Monmouth boys adapted well to the width and the ten-a-side format, keeping their opponents in the Cinderford half through large periods of the game.
Tries: Oli Scrivens (2), Harry Johnson, Rob Nixon