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April & May 2016 Draw Results

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2nd Andy Cooke
3rd Colin Stevenson

1st Pete Leake
2nd Salmon
3rd Keith Udy

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Summer Ball 2016

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Congratulations to Xavier Eaton for being chosen as the U7s Player of the Season.  Pictured receiveing his trophy from First XV Captain Paul Norris.

After a scheduled training session the arrival of Redditch was a welcome run out for the Boars who triumphed after some very entertaining rugby by both sides.
Redditch arrived armed with enthusiasm, vim and vigour but unfortunately with only four players. Luckily the cavalry was just over the hill (or, more accurately, speeding down the dual carriageway) and they were soon up to seven. What they lacked for in numbers, they made up with spirit, vitality and U6’s, who performed admirably with some of them playing their first ever game!
The first game ensued, Olly, James, Owen and Freddie representing the Boars; Knock-on, try, try, touch, forward pass, try, fall over, tag (yes, it took that long, but we did get one…), half time. Bromsgrove in front. A good half but a quick reminder from Coach James that we need to grab those fluttery things around the waist – ‘pork quality’ defending from the Boars. The second half was more of the same, but with Bromsgrove defending more like Tigers than Pigs. “Crackling Defence”, one parent cried. Here here!!
Game two (Will, Freddy, Monty and Alex); try, try, pass, try, tag, touch, step to the left, touch, try, try, try again, tag, tag (two in a row!), try . A breathless game with scant regard for the touchline and all tries scored over the dead ball line (it did look like a try line to be fair to the players). No bother, Coach Matt, refereeing with the kind of generosity we would like to see Bromsgrove traffic enforcement adopt, gave it anyway. Another victory for Bromsgrove and flowing rugby, Hurrah!
Game three. James, James, James and Ewan, coached by Coach James, sought to confuse the opposition by continually asking for the ball to go to James... It worked, with James’s crossing Coach Matt’s dead ball line regularly. No matter, try! Tag, touch, try, tag, tag (hope you’re all still reading?). Redditch were blooding new players and still trying to work out who was James, whilst managing some great tries of their own in a close and entertaining match.
The winner? Rugby, the players and Sausage and Chips. Huge thank you to Redditch for providing an entertaining morning’s rugby and a great warm up for the Boars ahead of Woodrush next week – we’ll hope to see them again soon. All of the boys played particularly well, scoring tries and working together as a unit. Special mention to Alex, our player of the week.

A selection of photos from the tour can be found in the Gallery in the M&J folder and a full set can be found on Flickr

After four weeks of training, Bromsgrove U7s welcomed Kidderminster RFC to Finstall Park for their very first competitive match on Sunday 29th September.
The U7s are a particularly strong age group at the BRFC.  Many of the boys and girls have already done a season as U6s but, alongside youngsters who only started playing rugby at the beginning of September, this was their first fixture against another club. 
Supported by their qualified coaches, the youngsters demonstrated some great passing and tagging skills, fast feet and determination.  Both sides scored plenty of tries and, judging by the smiles on their faces, the children thoroughly enjoyed themselves!  



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National 3 Midlands

Congratulations Scunthorpe and Hinckley (after the play off vs Wirral) on gaining promotion to National 2.

Pos Club P W D L F A Diff TB LB Pts
1 Scunthorpe 26 23 0 3 766 343 423 14 2 108 C
2 Hinckley 26 22 1 3 790 343 447 16 2 108P
3 Old Halesonians 26 18 0 8 630 408 222 13 6 91
4 Peterborough Lions 26 15 0 11 593 464 129 10 4 69
5 Nuneaton 26 14 0 12 573 463 110 8 5 69
6 Syston 26 13 0 13 538 562 -24 11 4 67
7 Birmingham & Solihull 26 13 0 13 500 475 25 8 6 66
8 Longton 26 11 1 14 530 577 -47 12 3 61
9 Bromsgrove 26 12 0 14 559 670 -111 8 3 59
10 Sandbach 26 11 0 15 546 591 -45 9 4 57
11 Lichfield 26 9 0 17 600 683 -83 12 7 55
12 Old Northamptonians 26 9 0 17 498 702 -204 6 7 49 R
13 Newport (Salop) 26 8 0 18 451 738 -287 6 0 38 R
14 Sutton Coldfield 26 3 0 23 412 967 -555 3 4 19 R



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