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Lymm bag Cheshire Cup crown
Updated 2:56pm Monday 5th May 2014 in Sport
LYMM’S under 14s retained the Cheshire Cup on Sunday with a 22-7 victory against Bowden at Wirral.
En route to the final Lymm defeated closest rivals, Macclesfield, Altrincham Kersal and Chester to claim a sixth county title for this group of players.
Lymm had the upper hand throughout the game with strong forward carries and a good kicking game.
Once they dominated the ruck and retained possession, the points followed with tries from Ruabon Birch, two, Sam Dolling, Declan Grogan and a conversion from George Hughes.
Over the season, Lymm have scored 1,074 points and conceded 85 with 13 tries conceded.
Other highlights include beating London Irish Academy 9-7, Heriots FP 22-0, Fylde 32-7, Wrexham 39-0 and Old Brods 57-0.
Lymm Tom Taylor, Ollie Holmes, James Sherlock, Sam Dolling, Adam Whitehead, Ruabon Birch, Rhys Lilly, Teddy Leatherbarrow, Harry Stainton, George Hughes, Joe Murphy, Alex Owen, Declan Groagn, Will Caldwell, Will Buckley, George Smith, Neil Llewellyn, Xander Livingston, Morgan Broadbent, Max Ure, Henry Boydell, Harry Kay, Rory Foster, Pat Brown, Saad Khalil, Cameron Redpath, Tom Merrick.
Lymm Mini, Junior and Colts rugby is now one of the largest youth rugby sections in the UK with almost 400 boys and girls registered from under 5 to under 19, enjoying, learning and competing in the great game of rugby.
Anyone interested in joining Lymm at any age from under fives to under 19s should contact Nick Hughes – email@example.com, 0783 430 7556.
Lymm seconds faced a Broughton Park team who finished the league season as Division One champions and gained promotion to the Bateman BMW Premier League.
Strengthened by several first team players in this BEST Jug final, they were quick off the mark as they dominated early possession and established control of the game to lead 22-5 after 25 minutes.
Lymm’s youngsters showed plenty of character and fought to the final whistle and won the remaining 55 minutes 23-19, but had left themselves too much to do.
Tries came from Darren Norman, Jordan Widdrington, two, Ollie Mallet and Matt Pownall, with Rhys Jones adding a drop goal.
Lymm Joe Cooper, Dan Horton, Ollie Askew, Rob Calderbank, Jonny Cartwright, John Long, Jack Harper, Mark Sutton, Tom Shard, Rhys Jones, Ollie Mallet, Rick Halford, Darren Norman, Jake Lester, Jack Worton, Jordan Widdrington, Danny Bates, Matt Pownall, Adam Halford.
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