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Under 7's result page. Season
The results are listed most recent first. (W) = Won, (D) = Drew, (L) = Lost
|Season 2009/2010||Under 7's players choice
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|Under 7's coaches choice
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|Played 2||Won 1||Drew 1||Lost 0|
|Dec 13th||Newcastle (A)||
(W) 6 - 3
Wrexham Under 7s continued their impressive campaign and extended their unbeaten run with two wins against a combined
On a freezing morning, Wrexham Under 7s made the long journey to
Led by Captain Ben Williams, Wrexham got play underway but it was
Two further tries were swapped up to half time with Dylan Jones scoring both to leave the sides tied at 3-3 at half time.
Picking up the ball from some loose play Dylan Jones took the ball from nearly half way to his own try line before, realizing his mistake, he turned and ran the entire length of the field to score at the correct end.
Josh Jones, Joseph Roberts and James Evans were excellent in defense and their many tackles put pressure on
A fantastic solo try by Aidan Parr took the Wrexham tally to 7 and maintained the three try margin which following a further try apiece (Dylan Jones) was the difference at the final whistle with the score 8-5.
Match two started with
Wrexham once more facing the steep slope.
Both sides swapped tries
early on despite Aidan Parr’s great attempt to make a last ditch tackle
the score was level at 2-2 with Dylan Jones scoring both.
Wrexham took the lead when Josh Jones making a good impression on his debut set up James Evans to breakaway down the sideline and score his first try of the day in the corner.
Wrexham extended this lead with the best team try of the day when Ben Williams took a restart following a knock on by
Further tries by Jack Jones and Aidan Parr with only one in reply from
Barry Jones, Dylan Jones (9), Aiden Parr (2), Jack Jones (2), and James Evans
(W) 11 - 9
Wrexham Under 7’s came out on top of a well-contested game at Rhyl,
outscoring the home side by 11-9 on try count. Dylan Jones led the way with
personal tally of 5 tries, Aidan Parr crossed for 4 tries while Joseph
Roberts and Jack Jones grabbed one touchdown apiece.
Wrexham Under 7’s came out on top of a well-contested game at Rhyl, outscoring the home side by 11-9 on try count. Dylan Jones led the way with personal tally of 5 tries, Aidan Parr crossed for 4 tries while Joseph Roberts and Jack Jones grabbed one touchdown apiece.
(W) 9 - 8
(D) 9 - 9
A sunny , if slightly blustery day provided the perfect backdrop to Wrexham U7's first victory of the season at Ruthin today. The now customary pre match chanting of 'lets ave it' appeared to have a similar impact to that of the famous All Blacks Haka, with Ruthin slow out of the blocks and Wrexham quick to capitalise with a fine individual effort from rising star Dylan Jones. Ruthin quickly regrouped and pulled level. However, straight from the kick off Jack Jones put Wrexham back in the lead. Aiden Parr was cruelly denied extending Wrexham's lead when judged to have had a foot in touch and Ruthin responded with a try of their own. Jack Jones manages to score again to give Wrexham a 3 - 2 lead at the half way mark. Almost immediately after the break some great work from Josh Evans put in Dylan Jones to extend Wrexham's lead to 4 - 2. Ruthin manage to pull another one back following a questionable refereeing decision but some great team play from the Wrexham team sees another 5 tries, with Josh Evans and Ben Williams combining to put Dylan Jones over yet again and some good work from Seth Pierce and James Evans helping Jack Jones to another score. A late fight back from Ruthin made for a nervous last few minutes for the visitors, but they managed to hang on for a well deserved first victory of the campaign 8 - 9.
Match 2 and the home side were intent on revenge. Early injuries to Seth Pierce and Ben Williams rocked the visitors, but some sublime running down the wing from Joe Roberts put Wrexham in front and looked to calm the nerves. The ever present threat from Jack Jones and Dylan Jones resulted in a further to tries and the home side looked to be in trouble. Some confusion surrounding the use of the arrow or the spear formation led to some in fighting among the visitors, but this was soon quashed. Ruthin fought back hard and at the break it was 3 - 3. Wrexham's coaching team of Richard, Derek, Eifion and James's Dad (Paul) worked hard to marshall the troops for one final onslaught. With drinks and energy bars consumed, the team rallied for the final period. Aiden Parr's hard work paid off in the second half with a brace of fine tries. By now Ruthin had targeted Dylan Jones as one of Wrexham's danger men and at one point he was tagless! Still Dylan managed to add another try taking his tally for the day to seven, the icing on the cake of a man of the match performance. Not to be outdone Jack Jones also added a further score as did Joe Roberts. Ruthin again came back hard and Wrexham's rising stars had to show their defensive skills to hold on. A very entertaining 9 - 9 draw was the result.
Wrexham now approach next Sundays training session with an added spring in their step. The coaching staff led by the talismanic Director of Rugby (U7s) - Richard Williams will no doubt be working on the spear versus arrow formation ahead of November's game at home to Nant Conwy.
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