Torrington U17s wrapped up their season with a hard-fought 15-7 win over Exeter Saracens. Torrie started the game playing down the hill and were rocked early on when Saracens went over for a converted try. Torrie slowly worked their way back into the gam

Torrington U17s wrapped up their season with a hard-fought 15-7 win over Exeter Saracens.Torrie started the game playing down the hill and were rocked early on when Saracens went over for a converted try. Torrie slowly worked their way back into the game but, despite some entertaining rugby and both sides going close, the half finished with no further score.In the second half, Torrie began to dominate, winning plenty of possession and going close several times.Centres Declan Tattersall and Jamie Kingdon caused plenty of problems and wing Jake Shambrook was a constant threat with his pace. Finally Torrie got their reward when sharp thinking by prop Jamie Evans at a close penalty resulted in him going over for a try which was converted by Adam Thorne. Torrie continued to press and, finally, an Adam Thorne penalty gave them a 10-7 lead. Saracens hit back with some good pressure, but Torrie scored the decisive try with five minutes to go when flanker Blaine Quinlan cleared and wing Jake Shambrook followed the kick to clatter the Sarries full-back with a crunching tackle.Edward Siviter picked up the loose ball and ran from his own 22-metre line to score his first try for the club.The Tattersalls Property Management Man-of the Match was shared by Blaine Quinlan, Jake Shambrook and Edward Siviter.