Rugby results: Cambridge High School Rugby Weekend
St Andrew’s College played their annual fixture against Cambridge High School this past weekend. The match was played in near perfect conditions in East London.
St Andrew’s College made a fantastic start and soon scored a well worked try through number 8 Robert Quarmby. St Andrew’s had dominance in the set pieces throughout the match and this dominance resulted in the second try to Angus Cook after the College scrum managed to hook a tight head.
The rest of the half saw the St Andrew’s team be their own worst enemy as poor discipline and careless errors allowed Cambridge back into the contest. At half time the scores were locked at 14 all.
The second half saw St Andrew’s College regain their composure and produce some more constructive rugby as they began to convert their obvious dominance into points more consistently. This saw Byron Sharwood and Matt More score before Tim Bloem sealed the game with a blistering 70 m run up the touchline.
In the end St Andrew’s College ran out 35-14 victors but the team will not be satisfied with their performance and will be looking to improve on this showing next weekend.
It was a good weekend for the club in East London and there were good performances from the 16As and the4th team. The “Kouse” also produced some great rugby in their tough win at Winterberg.
Tries by: Robert Quarmby, Angus Cook, Byron Sharwood, Matt More, Tim Bloem
Conversions by: Chris Benjamin (x5)
Other teams scores:
14A SAC 7 Cambridge 36
14B SAC 7 Cambridge 37
14C SAC 0 Cambridge 52
15A SAC 50 Cambridge 0
15B SAC 54 Cambridge 0
15C SAC 10 Winterberg 12
16A SAC 62 Cambridge 5
16B SAC 57 Cambridge 0
16C SAC 7 Winterberg 16A 41
16D SAC 12 Cambridge 16C 19
6th XV SAC 55 Cambridge 5ths 12
5th XV SAC 17 Winterberg 2nds 5
4th XV SAC 60 Cambridge 7
3rd XV SAC 52 Cambridge 0
2nd XV SAC 48 Cambridge 8
1st XV SAC 35 Cambridge 14
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