Three Teams Enjoy Rugby 7s Festival
U9, U10 & U11 St John's Beaumont Rugby 7s Festival.
Claires Court Junior Boys took three teams to the U9, U10 & U11 St John's Beaumont rugby 7s festival on Tuesday 7 February. This was a fantastic festival of rugby and all boys played some great free flowing 7s rugby. The U9s won 4 and lost 1, improving as the festival progressed and Ben Savidge earned the U9 unsung hero award. The U10s won 4 out of 5 fixtures drawing their last game against Cranmore and in total they scored 23 tries and only conceded 3. Finn Keylock won the U10 unsung hero award. The U11s played out of their skin, however, were narrowly beaten in four drawing one against St John's Northwood. Louis Stewart won the U11 unsung hero award and was also awarded overall U11 player of the tournament.
CCJB 15 - 0 St Columba's
CCJB 5 - 10 Cranmore
CCJB 15 - 10 Donhead
CCJB 25 - 15 Shrewsbury House
CCJB 30 - 5 Rushmore
U9 Squad- Hugo Winter, Luke Robertson, Oscar Griffin, Tommy Beever, William Dart, George Paish, Ben Savidge, Josh Spanswick, James Wojciechowicz, Freddie Galitzine-Scott
CCJB 35-0 St John's Beaumont
CCJB 30-0 King's House
CCJB 25-0 St Benedict's
CCJB 10-0 Donhead
CCJB 15-15 Cranmore
U10 Squad- Finn Keylock, George Crowe, Toby Giles, Jake Rogers, Jamie Smith, James Binks, Felix Oppenheimer, Bill Ray, Tom Webster
CCJB 5-15 St John's Beaumont
CCJB 10-10 St John's Northwood
CCJB 5-10 Donhead
CCJB 5-15 King's House
CCJB 10-15 Cranmore
U11 Squad- Louis Stewart, Dan Greenwood, Luca Thomas, Gaius Chapman, Matthew Dempster, Jamie Shepherd, Tom Welch, Saul Lopez Guisado, Harrison Sands, Robbie Jones
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