U10 Rugby Report

13 Nov 2015

U10A:

Witham Hall U10 A   8

Wellow House           1

The Under 10 A boys enjoyed a satisfying victory at home to a committed Wellow House team. The visitors took the lead early on but Witham then stepped it up a gear and scored eight unanswered tries. Despite not being quite as fluid in our play as before half-term, there were some terrific moments of flowing rugby. The tries were scored by Jack, James W, Charlie, Will and Louis. Well played everyone!

Witham Hall U10 A    8 tries

Maidwell Hall U10 A  7 tries

 Witham's U10 A team were involved in yet another high-scoring contest, this time against the visiting Maidwell Hall. Our boys' attacking play was outstanding – their ability to offload the ball to supporting runners allowed them to regularly penetrate the opposition's line. Unfortunately our defensive play was not quite so effective; the last few minutes were a nervous affair but we just about managed to hold on for the win! Our tries were scored by Will, Jack, Louis, Charlie and Guy.

Witham Hall U10 A  11

Leicester Grammar  0

 At Leicester Grammar our U10 A boys produced their most impressive performance of the season so far. The result was never in doubt as we played some lovely flowing rugby – everyone worked hard to support each other and keep the ball alive. Our eleven tries were scored by Charlie, Will, Guy, Louis, James F, and – on his A-team debut – Kit! Well played everyone!

 U10B:

Witham Hall U10 B   2

Wellow House           8

Our Under 10 B team put up a spirited display against strong opposition. Although the final result was never in doubt, our boys can take many positives from the game. The undoubted player of the match for Witham was Kit P, whose greatly impressed with his determined running and committed tackling. Kit thoroughly deserved his try, with the other one being scored by the also-impressive George. Unlucky, boys.

Witham Hall                           12

Leicester Grammar JS                        8

The Under 10 B’s went out in good spirit onto the field at Leicester Grammar. The boys got off to a good start as George opened up the scoring; he went on to score four more tries. Half time score was 7-5 to Witham. Henry Herdman played brilliantly and was named man of the match. The boys played well all the way to the final whistle coming out as the victors, with the final score as 12-8 to Witham.