U12s Junior Round Up

21st July 2021

On Sunday 20th June a few of the U12s travelled to Crediton RFC for the Exeter Chiefs organised Land Rover Cup.

It was a difficult task for the organisers with all the Covid restrictions on match play, but they did well to come up with an adapted rules touch format, Covid also meant only one parent per player could attend the matches.

The team played 3 matches and all came away with smiles at the end of the afternoon! We now look forward to a few weeks break before we return next season, when hopefully we can get back to some normality with the matches and parents can get back to watching the team progress.

As we move into U13s we are looking for more players to join the squad. If your child is going into Year 8 in September and would like to join please email;

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