U12s proving a difficult side to beat

U12s proving a difficult side to beat

ATTACKING FORCE: Penarth Rugby Club U12s on the attack in Sunday's win at Rhiwbina.

SIX TRIES: Penarth Rugby Club U12s on the way to scoring one of their six tries against Rhiwbina.

First published in Sport



THE Penarth Rugby Club U12s were in great form again at Rhiwbina on Sunday, with their try fest beginning when centre Mason Grady broke the opposition defence with a dummy pass.

After Drew Musa's neat conversion, Mason scored again following a calculated interception.

This was followed by a hat-trick of tries from the returning Lewys 'Rock' Williams - all with his trademark powerful, low driving. Using his speed, Matt Wiltshire added a try following neat passing in the back line.

Rhys Newman demonstrated acrobatic skills both gathering the ball on the floor and leaping to charge a ball down.

Again the lads provided the spectators with plenty to cheer about in a fantastic all around team performance and that is what is making them a difficult side to beat.

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