20th September 2017
Defending Champions NEM Hawks took maximum points from their two matches head the standings in the Boys’ Under-19 North League.
Hawks beat Olympia Cannock and Warrington Wolves 36-3 and 19-15 respectively. Nottingham A lie in second spot after claiming victory against Cannock 24-6. Cannock have two points, while Wolves have one following their defeat.
Oly Cats 1 top the boy’s South East 1 table on goal difference ahead of Ealing. Both teams have eight point s after winning two and drawing one of their first three matches. Oly Cats, beat Essex 26-0 and Cambridge 22-12, before drawing 10-10 with Ealing. Ealing beat Essex 24-3 and Cambridge 18-15. Cambridge won 16-9 against Essex in the other match. Oly Cats have a positive goal difference of 36, while Ealing’s is 24. Cambridge have five points, while Essex have three points after losing their three openers.
Hackney GD won four and drew one match to lead South East Group 2. The draw came against London Lions. They won 14-10 against Brighton, 11-10 in a nail-biter against Carshalton Titans, and 7-3 against Olympia. Brighton are in second spot, ahead of Carshalton on goal difference as both team won two and lost two. Brighton’s other defeat was a 6-7 defeat to Olympia, while they beat Titans 10-3, and London Lions 10-12. Titans wins were a 10-5 success against Olympia, and a 9-3 success against London Lions. Lions are fourth in the table with a win, draw and two defeats, their victory an 8-6 success against Olympia.
Poole Phoenix top the standings in the South West League with three wins from three. Phoenix beat Somerset Spartans 16-11, Stroud 28-10, and Bideford 21-4. Spartans are in second spot after claiming wins against Stroud and Bideford 19-9 and 18-11 respectively. Stroud beat Bideford 17-6 to lie in third place.