Youth Rugby: Successful tour for Dursley



First published in Sport

DURSLEY U14s travelled to Bournemouth on Saturday to play in their annual tournament.

After winning all their games in the pool they managed to just beat a tough Hemel Hempstead side in the semi-final.

However, in the final the hosts proved too tough, even though Dursley took an early lead with a well try from Ben Cole.

Other try scorers for Dursley in the tournament were Frazer Holroyd (3), Josh Greenlagh, Sam Weston and Jake Hawkins to help them return with runners-up medals.

The following day the squad moved onto Newbury RFC, and upset the home team with a 22-12 victory.

A hat-trick of tries two days on the trot earned Holroyd the Player of the Tour award with the other try being scored by Toby Kerry-Campbell.

Greenlagh finished off the scoring with one conversion.

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