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Your News TEIGNMOUTH U10’s 45 –Vs. - IVYBRIDGE U10’s 20
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30
NOV

Teignmouth kept their unbeaten record for the Season with an emphatic win over last Season’s Devon Cup Winners, Ivybridge, who were first to score from the kick off using their much bigger forwards to break down the home side’s defence. Teignmouth hit straight back through Jamie Kelly who was standing in at fly half and his initial break gave Teignmouth good territory and after several phases Jamie was on hand to score. Ivybridge responded with their big forwards proving a real problem to stop, but again Teignmouth scored straight away with Kyran Rendle breaking several tackles whilst finishing off a flowing attack. By now, Teignmouth knew what was coming and started tackling the Ivybridge forwards in twos and threes which not only stopped the opposition’s attacks, but won the quicker and more determined forwards the ball. Teignmouth’s backs were also in good form and were attacking at every chance with Jamie scoring two more and Kyran one to give Teignmouth a well deserved 25 points to 10 lead at half time.

Teignmouth started the second half with the ball and a well worked move straight from the kick off saw Jamie score his fourth from the half way line. Next to cross the line was Pete Brodgen with a determined finish after losing the ball unluckily over the try line in the first half. Ivybridge scored two more with Kyran scoring his third in between and the forwards, consisting of Archie Pope, Freddy Fearnly and Henry Annal, contributed hugely to the game out playing the Ivybridge forwards and therefore it was fitting that Freddy scored the final try.

With both teams having big squads a second game was played to ensure that all the players had a match. Ivybridge won 25 points to 5 in another tough but useful match with Teignmouth fielding all of their new players, one of whom was Jason Jervis, who made an impressive debut in his first game of contact rugby.

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