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Your News Sevenoaks U13s 46 v Tonbridge Juddians U13s 0

On remembrance Sunday Sevenoaks under 13s took a large squad to local rivals TJs and emerged successful in the 3 half hour matches that were played. The first game saw a strong, mixed ability, side start slowly against a determined home team. With a couple of individual tries from outstanding skipper Vizard and flanker Jeffries Oaks relaxed and started to play with real flair as forwards and backs combined to run in several scores including one from winger Parker who was making his first start of the season after injury. With Oaks leading by 30 odd points the minutes silence broke their flow and the first session ended with a 37-0 win for the visitors.

A second and much closer game was then played with a completely changed team and some new combinations being tried out. The new midfield unit of Harber at fly half and Fearn and Poland in the centres worked very well and after a tough opening 10 minutes Oaks finally scored out wide through winger McKay, who looked dangerous all day. A second try from lock Killick was followed by a third and a conversion from Poland to end the game with Oaks winning a keenly fought match by 17-0.

The final and longest game saw most of Oaks 35 players get into the action at one time and another. With the brave, but by now tired TJs boys, starting to miss tackles Oaks put on a superb display of running rugby. Vizard, playing at prop, but running and passing like a centre led the rout with a superb solo try. Poland and Orsbourne, in the centres, were now playing with such confidence that every pass seemed to go to hand and tries were run in by all the wingers Holland, Martyn, McKay, Parker and Grenier. The forwards were by now completely dominant, with Nicholls in imperious form at 8, and giving the backs superb clean ball from the set pieces and rucks that the tries kept flowing. After half an hour the final whistle blew with Oaks leading by 46-0. TJs never gave up and should be congratulated on their commitment, whilst for Oaks harder battles now begin in the run in to Christmas starting next week with Old Colfieans at the Paddock.

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