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Under 9's result page. Season 2009/10  
The results are listed most recent first. (W) = Won, (D) = Drew, (L) = Lost

Season 20092010 Under 9's players choice
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Played 14 Won 6 Drew 3 Lost 5
Date Opponents Result Write-up
Feb 7th Denbigh (A) (D) 2 - 2




(L) 4 - 2
The snow and cold weather cancellations of recent weeks took their effect on the Wrexham players
who all forgot how to tackle!!
This allowed Denbigh to take a deserved 2-0 lead with some excellent running from the centres.
Still, the Wrexham maul was effective in attack, and this helped JACOB BELL to score.
In the last play of the game, a penalty awarded to Wrexham allowed SAM WILLIAMS to drive over the
short distance to equalise for Wrexham. The match finished 2-2.

In the second game, the long lay-off told with 2 quick tries for Denbigh. An excellent run from
RHYS NELSON brought Wrexham close, but two further tries for Denbigh took the game beyond doubt.
A second try for SAM WILLIAMS made the final score respectable at 2-4, but Denbigh were deserved
winners.
Dec 13th Newcastle (A) (L) 4 - 2

Both teams found it difficult to adjust to the rule differences between English and Welsh rugby, and in a training match Wrexham went 1-0 down and fought back with two tries from DAN PARRY to win 2-1.

Newcastle adapted better to the change in styles for the second match and it was a forwards battle throughout the full match.

There was some heroic defence from Wrexham, especially LEWIS JONES and MATTHEW LIVINGSTONE. A try straight from a kick-off by DAN PARRY, and a break-away by LEWIS JONES, evading a last ditch tackle from Newcastle, brought the scores to 2-2 at half-time.

Neither coaching team had seen such a pounding forwards display, and in the muddy quagmire, a slight of hand pass took Newcastle to a 3-2 lead.

With Wrexham pushing for an equaliser, an interception took the final score to 4-2 for Newcastle. It was a defeat, but against an excellent side.

But the Newcastle coaching team were generous in victory commenting on how Wrexham were the best forwards team they had played.

This battling spirit earned RHYS NELSON the Man of the Match trophy, not only for his tackling in defence, but also his work at the breakdown and the straight forward running that created so much for the team."

NOV 22nd DENBIGH (H) (W) 5 - 0

(D) 4 - 4
With the players on a high following last weeks wins, an altogether different proposition faced them with a keen Denbigh side.
The first match saw some strong tackling from both sides with excellent forward play from SAM WILLIAMS, MATTHEW LIVINGSTONE and LEWIS JONES. All this formed the strong base that saw Wrexham take a deserved 4-0 lead at half-time with tries from DAN PARRY (x2) and SAM WILLIAMS (x2).
In the second half, DENBIGH reformed, but a hat-trick try from SAM WILLIAMS put the game beyond doubt, and the final score was a 5-0 victory for Wrexham.

The second match saw all 17 Wrexham players get time on the pitch, and Denbigh had regrouped. Some missed tackles from Wrexham allowed Denbigh 2 tries, but a brace from SAM WILLIAMS and one from RHYS DAVIES took Wrexham to a 3-2 half-time lead.
A ‘length of the pitch’ run from Denbigh, rounded off a fine performance for them, taking Denbigh to a 4-3 lead, but a final try from LEWIS JONES equalled the scores; 4-4 at the final whistle.

The ‘Man of the Match’ trophy went to SAM WILLIAMS who was awesome in defence and attack.
NOV 15th LLANDUDNO (A) (W) 7 - 0

(W) 6 - 0
Against a depleted Llandudno team of 7, Wrexham players supplemented the away team, so thanks to GEORGE DAVIES, HARI DAVIES, MATTHEW JONES and IEUAN GRIFFITHS.
Straight from the kick-off, Wrexham imposed themselves on the game with a first minute try from SAM WILLIAMS. Further tries from DAN PARRY (x2), LEWIS JONES (first of the season), HAYDN BRIGHAM
(first of the season) and another from SAM WILLIAMS took the score to 6-0 at half time.
A second half try from JACOB BELL finished the match for Wrexham with an impressive shutout 7-0 final score.
In the second match, Llandudno heads didn’t drop, and they brought out some crunching tackles, but first half tries from DAN PARRY (x2) and SAM WILLIAMS took Wrexham to a 3-0 half time lead.
Excellent rucking and expansive wide passing brought further tries for SAM WILLIAMS and DAN PARRY (x2), and Wrexham were the eventual winners 6-0.
Such a good match would not have been possible without the opposition, so many thanks to Llandudno for attending, even with so few players.
It was a close affair for the ‘Man of the Match’ trophy, but with his first try of the season, and the pickup in his game this week, the trophy went to HAYDN BRIGHAM.
NOV 8th Rhyl (A) (W) 4 - 1

(D) 2 - 2

Building on their confidence from the tournament at Mold when they came third in their group, Wrexham Under 9’s came to Rhyl in buoyant mood.
Playing up the slope in the first half sapped their energy, but a try from SAM WILLIAMS took Wrexham into a first half lead. A combative Rhyl defence contributed to a tight game.
With the slope in the second half, Wrexham added a hat-trick of tries from DAN PARRY. Excellent defensive tackling from the team, especially LEWIS JONES playing on his debut, meant that Rhyl were restricted to one try, and Wrexham ran out eventual winners 4 – 1.
In a second, shorter game, Rhyl took a deserved lead, but a second half fight back, with tries from HARRY JACKSON and DAN PARRY brought matters to a close with a 2 – 2 draw.
From a number of potential candidates, DAN PARRY took the ‘Man of the Match’ trophy, not only for the tries, but for his all-round battling
performance. All players respectfully observed a minutes silence.

Oct 18th Mold (Tourn)


(L) 3 - 0


(W) 6 - 1



(L) 5 - 0




(W) 3 - 0



3rd

With trepidation in their hearts following the Ruthin matches, but after having trained hard in the interim week, Wrexham approached the tournament with renewed vigour.

Vs. NANT CONWAY
Hard fought tackling and very little space kept the Wrexham team penned in, but against a very good Nant Conway side, the score was kept respectable with a 3-0 defeat.

Vs. COLWYN BAY
Wrexham, at last, found their feet, and the available space. Excellent tackling and determined running led to tries for HARRY JACKSON, SAM WILLIAMS and MATTY GEE. To top it off, DAN PARRY completed a hat-trick, and Wrexham were the eventual winners 6-1.

Vs. LYMM
Against an exceptionally well drilled team (and loud shouting coaches!), Wrexham had their work cut out for them. It was down to this game as to who were the group winners, so even Nant Conway were cheering for Wrexham. Lymm were just too strong though, and were the winners by 5-0.
Lymm were the eventual trophy winners, so no disgrace to Wrexham there.

Vs. HELSBY
Wanting to taste victory again, Wrexham worked hard at tackling and ripping. With a brace of tries, one either side of half-time SAM WILLIAMS and a final victorious try from DAN PARRY, Wrexham won the match 3-0, and finished third in their group.

The whole team was awarded the ‘Man of the Match’ trophy for the sheer hard work and effort put into turning around from heavy losses to a competitive performance, and even victories. The Team
recognised that their season started here!
Oct 4th Ruthin (A) (L) 24 - 2 Wrexham found the step up to contact rugby quite daunting in their first competitive match of the season. Many of the tactics that had been rehearsed simply went out of the window against a well
drilled Ruthin team. Yet, Wrexham continued to battle, and their heads didn’t drop, and they tried to get something out of the game, even if that was just experience.
In the first match, Ruthin ran away winners with 18-2. Wrexham tires were scored by the flying twin wingers of HARRY JACKSON and GEORGE JACKSON.
In the second match, Ruthin were again too strong with a 24-2 victory. Wrexham tries scored by stalwart SAM WILLIAMS and debutant IEUAN GRIFFITHS.

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