Under 15's
Sun 28 Apr 2024
Broadstreet RFC
Under 15's
Broadstreet U15s Defend Their Title

Broadstreet U15s Defend Their Title

Stuart Doughty3 May - 11:25
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The Broadstreet U15s win the Warwickshire cup title for the second year running!

The Warwickshire U15s Cup Final finally got underway in very wet conditions underfoot (after an overnight downpour) and Broadstreet created the first chances to score via Scandrett on the left wing and a couple of forward drives going close.
However, despite an early yellow card for Silhillians (for a high tackle) it was Sills who took the lead after a stray pass in a defensive position led to a rushed kick and a 5M tap penalty to Sills after a Broadstreet player was caught offside in front of the kicker. Broadstreet went ahead after a loose Sills line-out throw resulted in a Broadstreet scrum. A neat back move was then built upon by some well linked forward play and When the backs ran the next phase it was Full Back Isaac Darling who created the extra man in the line and rounded the Sills defence to score. The same player scored the second try, taking a great pass from Danny Tomlinson after a great run by the Lock Forward. Isaac Darling then completed his hat trick just before half time to leave the Half time score standing at Broadstreet 19 Silhillians 5.
The second half started with more Broadstreet pressure and Number 8 Cole Moore took a pass from Scrum half Fintan Bucke to power past 3 tacklers and score near the posts. Isaac Darling then scored his 4th try of the match, taking a great pass from Wing Leo May. A catch from the restart then led to another powerful run from Cole Moore past several tacklers. The ball was then cycled to the other wing and this time it was Darling feeding Leo May for try number 6 to Street. Sills answered with a forwards try after Street gave away several penalties. The Sills right wing then showed his pace and skill, scoring 2 late tries, the first after a loose clearance kick was well fielded by Sills and the second after good hands in the backs gave him the space to show his finishing skills from halfway. The Broadstreet scrum was particularly strong all game and gave a very strong platform for the team to develop plays, despite a final penalty count of 17 to 5 in favour of Sills.
The goal kicking was also worthy of praise with Leo May slotting 2 from 2 kicks and man of the match Isaac Darling kicking 3 from 4 (for a personal points tally of 26).

Final score : Broadstreet 40 Silhillians 22

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Sun 28 Apr 2024


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