LYMM RFC’s under 13s side have stretched their astonishing unbeaten record to three-and-a-half years.

That means Lymm’s impressive youngsters enter the second half of their latest campaign having gone unbeaten since April 2009, winning 28 consecutive rugby tournaments in the process including six in 2012.

Their record is equally impressive at a match-by-match level.

Not only have they defeated many of the north west’s best junior sides, but conceded only three tries in the process in their 11 victories this term.

A total of 29 players have been used so far this season, exhibiting the club’s remarkable strength in depth.

And 15 of those players have progressed into the Cheshire system.

In their last game before the Christmas break, Lymm hammered Congleton 79-0 to move into the quarter finals of the Cheshire Cup, with only three wins now seperating them from a fourth consecutive county title.

Lymm will be taking their pristine record on the road in the new year, taking on county champion teams from Lancashire, Staffordshire, Yorkshire, North Wales and West Midlands. If anyone is interested in joining Lymm RFC Youth, call Nick Hughes on 07834 307556 or e-mail him at Lymm under 13s squad: James Sherlock, Tom Taylor, Jack Porteous, George Smith, George Harvey, Morgan Broadbent, Neil Llewellyn, Joe Murphy, Xander Livingston, Adam Whitehead, Rory Foster, Josh Fradgley, Rhys Lilly, Max Ure, Teddy Leatherbarrow, Alex Owen, Tom Carroll, Will Caldwell, Will Buckley, Pat Brown, George Monaghan, Luke Diamond, Declan Grogan, George Hughes, Harry Stainton, Henry Boydell, Alex Galloway, Francis Young, Harry Quarmby.