BARNSTAPLE U15s swept aside Tavistock 65-0 with an unanswered 11-try demolition job. Barnstaple were hoping for a much sterner test as their next outing is a cup match against Brixham. There was a four-try bonanza from left wing Charlie Bishop who superbl
BARNSTAPLE U15s swept aside Tavistock 65-0 with an unanswered 11-try demolition job.
Barnstaple were hoping for a much sterner test as their next outing is a cup match against Brixham.
There was a four-try bonanza from left wing Charlie Bishop who superbly finished some great handling from the Barum backs.
Michael Peek collected three tries and there were two for Ben Vellacott - one from a five-metre scrum.
The singles came from Barnstaple's captain Scott Warren and winger Sam Roach.
Barum U13s returned to their winning form with a 78-0 victory over Tavistock.
Try scorers were Kipper Sluman, Nick Harris, Nat Bayet, Brad Campbell, Zac Davie, Jo Barnes, Nathan Squire, Steven Trawin and Robbie Hume who also kicked six conversions with Barnes getting another two.
Barnstaple U12s went with the Chiefs to Old Patesians on Saturday and lost a curtain-raiser before the main game 19-0.
The U12s bounced back on Sunday though to beat Wellington 20-15. The Barum try scorers were Rob Squires (2), Cameron Eckford and Will Knill.
Barnstaple U11s played their best rugby of the season so far to win 25-20 at Wellington.
The squad have been working on rucking and mauling and this showed as they won the majority of possession at the breakdown.
Scorers were Nathan Fouche, Joel Anderson, Aaron Vella, Danny Southworth and Jono Slee.
Barnstaple U10s also played some of their best rugby during two physical games against Wellington. They were winners twice over by margins of 20-5 and 35-5.
The try scorers were Charlie Hannan (2) , Max Davies (2), Jake Hawkins (2) and Harry Wilson Palmer (5).
The winning streak continued as the U9s dispatched Wellington 30-5 and 20-0. Scorers in game one were Dylan Gosling, Miles Rees, Max Mepstead, Johny Bond and Tyler Olding (2).
Second time round the scorers were Bond, Sam Bithell and Olding (2).
Barnstaple U7s were involved in a high-scoring affair with their Wellington counterparts, which they won 35-30.
Wellington had the final passage of play to level the game but fantastic Barum defence by Daniel Trapner and Tom Turner kept them out.
The young Barnstaple showed a massive improvement from their previous outings.
The try scorers were Caitlin Turner, Christopher Loat, Oliver Kelly, Zac Wheaton and Ellis Rees (3).