On a mild and dry morning Tewkesbury hosted a usually strong Stow team . This would not be an easy game but a great warm up ready for the county cup .

First 20 min period .
Stow won the toss and decided to kick off , from the off Tewkesbury attacked Stow with some good running rugby and inter play between backs and forwards , this payed off with an early try . From then on Tewkesbury controlled the game with the forwards winning good ball and the backs passing down the line . This paid off with Tewkesbury running in 4 more good tries and Stow managing 1 of there own which was a lovely run by there scrum half down the blind side from a scrum catching Tewkesbury cold .Period ended 25-5 to Tewkesbury .

2nd period .
Tewkesbury made several changes to the line up but started has they’d left off playing great rugby . Now they turned on the charm and opened up pressuring Stow and giving them no room to play . Tewkesbury now in control ran in 4 more tries before this period ended .

3rd period .
Again Tewkesbury made several changes to the team this how ever did not change the teams desire to win this period . This how ever was not that easy has Stow decided to turn up and pressure Tewkesbury . This made for a tense period with Tewkesbury having to defend for most of the period . But did so with passion and power but Stows pressure did pay off for them to cross the line for a try of there own . Tewkesbury did how ever cross the line for a couple of tries of there own making the end of the game a comfortable 60-10 .

The under 12’s are growing from strength from strength each week and are a great credit to the club . If this keeps up the future of Tewkesbury rugby club is very rosey , unless they all leave to go professional lol .

players to mention …
charlie k – controlled the game great
mason – great all round game
ben peters – lovely running
henry – nice out wide good vision
sam – great around the park
peachy – some great lines of running
brendan – as always brilliant
harvey the tank – aggressive as always .
every one else on the team great effort great desire great passion played out of your skins coaches are very impressed with how the team is developing

Following the changes announced by the Government on Wednesday 9 September in relation to the ban on groups of more than six people meeting socially indoors and outdoors. Although social gatherings of more than six people will be banned in England from Monday 14 September, the Government has confirmed that organised sports and activities that have been through return to play protocols can continue. With the exception of clubs impacted by local lockdown restrictions, we remain at Stage D on the Return to Community Rugby Roadmap. The rugby community can continue to organise non-contact fixtures with other clubs using Ready4Rugby and other touch rugby activity.

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