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Stanley Rangers U13s v Eastmoor Dragons this morning around 11ish

tomoz the 14s entertain Normington Knights in the Wakey Semi

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I'll be watching my little lad this weekend at Shaw Cross v York Acorn.



where and when i may come down seeing as theres no game for 3 of mine
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where and when i may come down seeing as theres no game for 3 of mine


2.30 at Cross.
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Eastmoor U13s was victorious over Stanley Rangers this morning, a well organised side took advantage of the slope in the first half running in 4 tries and keep Stanley scoreless.

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well where off and running for the u12s season,this morning cas panthers entertained heworth with the game finishing 28-8 in the panthers favour.

heworth played some good rugby and it was a good test for us,the game had a bit of everything from good rugby to solid defence and even a bit of biff thrown in, exactly what we needed,we now have two very tough assignments with trips to both crigglestone and lock lane in the next two weeks so the fixtures have been very kind to us.

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well where off and running for the u12s season,this morning cas panthers entertained heworth with the game finishing 28-8 in the panthers favour.

heworth played some good rugby and it was a good test for us,the game had a bit of everything from good rugby to solid defence and even a bit of biff thrown in, exactly what we needed,we now have two very tough assignments with trips to both crigglestone and lock lane in the next two weeks so the fixtures have been very kind to us.



Im sure the biff counter will rise now mr brayton as the age rises and for the first time they play for something. it would of been nice to get a warm up today as the panthers are a great team . its gonna be a busy weekend next week 3 games at junior level i need to take in at different clubs. are heworth in the same group?
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Im sure the biff counter will rise now mr brayton as the age rises and for the first time they play for something. it would of been nice to get a warm up today as the panthers are a great team . its gonna be a busy weekend next week 3 games at junior level i need to take in at different clubs. are heworth in the same group?



heworth were the best team from group 2 last year and were hoping to move up to group 1 this time,but with how the groups have been done it will be interesting to see how they get on against stanley and shaw cross in the coming weeks.

i think the rough stuff will come now too,it was something or nothing a bit of a shove and a push and a couple of punches thrown but at the age they are at its to be expected that tempers will flare from time to time.

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BIGAL1 wrote:
I'll be watching my little lad this weekend at Shaw Cross v York Acorn.

hows the sprog gone on Al?

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Shaw Cross got a big fat 0 and Acorn got 30 something, men against boys.

He played ok, far better than Hickey anyway.
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Shaw Cross got a big fat 0 and Acorn got 30 something, men against boys.

He played ok, far better than Hickey anyway.


:lol: poor lad
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