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Gary Armstrong was the leading try scorer in this match with four, although all the team contributed. Ross Barton scored three, Daniel Sant two, Megan Johnston and Jordan Winthrop one each.
To the delight of his grand dad, Jamie Hales ran the length of the pitch to score his first ever try.
KESWICK School have achieved hollister uk a first in securing fixtures with Sedbergh School at Under 13s, Under 14s and Under 15s level.
Although Keswick’s first XV has played regularly against Sedbergh, including a defeat earlier this season, the younger age groups have never played them.
Keswick’s senior side continued on their merry way last week with a big 78 5 win over Wigton Nelson Thomlinson School.
Centre Viv Wilmott le hollister uk d the way with four tries while Glen Weightman crossed twice and kicked four conversi hollister uk ons.
Mark Ireland also scored a try and landed five conversions while the other touchdowns came from Matthew Roper, James Branthwaite, Gary McKenna, Ben Farrell and Michael Tait.
KESWICK and Cockermouth served up a treat in the girls’ under 17’s clash at Davidson Park.
The Keswick team tried to throw the ball around while Cockermouth were more intent on using their strong forwards.
It was a fast and entertaining match which was edged 33 32 by Cockermouth who scored five tries through Emily Agnew (2), Eloise Stott, Charlotte Hodgson and Rachel Wedgwood four of them converted by Emily Agnew.
Hannah Horsburgh (3), Lainey Holt, Islay Crosbie and Claudia Cartmell notched the Keswick tries with Holt converting one.
PRIMARY Schools from the Copeland area w hollister uk ill be taking part in a tag festival at Wyndham School on Thursday, November 16.
Ten schools from the area will be taking part. Organiser Russell Gainford said: “It’s a way of preparing them for next year when some of them get to secondary school and come into contact rugby. “