Bath Youth Rugby enjoy derby wins over Keynsham and Walcot
Bath Youth Rugby under-14s came away from Keynsham with a fine 17-10 derby success on Sunday.
After falling behind to an early penalty, Bath were denied by a try-saving tackle but, from the resulting lineout, blindside flanker Tom Dudman slammed the ball over the line to put the visitors 5-3 up.
Great defensive work from Tom Garland, Charlie Radford and Brett Davidge then helped Bath turn over a penalty and release their backs, with Ned Newman’s try being converted by Alex Dewhurst-Chapman.
The tryscorer also capitalised on brilliant offloads from Jordan Beasley and Charlie Howard to extend Bath’s lead to 10-3 at half-time.
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Keynsham tried to hit back but a series of crunching tackles, particularly from Joey Sargeant, restricted them to just one converted try.
* Bath under-13s recovered well from conceding an early try to win 33-12 against Walcot on Sunday.
Robert Howarth latched onto a well-worked pass from a scrum to race over for the equalising try and twin brother John’s conversion put Bath 7-5 up at the break.
After a change of personnel, Bath flew out of the traps in the second half and Sam Lear made an immediate impression by setting up the next try for Charlie Quarren-Evans, converted by Robert Howarth.
Rohan Whitcombe and Miles Kingsley made a huge impression in the back row, getting fast ball off the back of scrums to set up the flying backs, and converted tries by Tom de Glanville and Kingsley took the scoreline to 28-5 very quickly.
Excellent team work saw Walcot score a late try but Bath still had time for Ollie Millichap-Merrick to score again and seal a fine victory.