CCS 50 – 0 Quinton House
Due to the small size of Quinton House they had to field a side that contained a mix of Y9 & Y10 students. As a result they were physically not capable of matching the physical strength and side of the much larger purely Y10 CCS side. Despite the size differential CCS demonstrated their commitment to playing a free flowing game with the ball being distributed well from forwards offloading from the tackle and from C burgess from the breakdowns.
This free flowing wide game allowed CCS bigger quicker outside backs the time to distribute or to take contact on their terms resulting in the majority of the tries coming from these players. The forwards played their part with them producing an excellent amount of 1st phase possession, and acting as good decoy runners fixing the Quinton house defenders. The team are progressing well with more games to come in the Daily Mail Vase competition, County Cup and the district 10’s competiton.
MOTM – C Burgess