Peter Sweet scored two tries as Peterborough Rugby Club’s under-18 Colts side scraped a narrow 24-22 home win over Towcester to stay on course for a possible second-place finish in the East Midlands League. Alfie Lewis also had a try with Harry Anderson kicking a penalty and a conversion and Josh Pearson also kicking a conversion, while Alex Allport was named man-of-the-match.
The under-14 boys (pictured) became the fourth team from the club’s junior section to win some silverware this season as they beat both Saffron Walden and Shelford to clinch the Cambridgeshire Shield. Alex Fidler, Charlie Preece and Luke Frazer scored tries in a 15-0 whitewash of Shelford before Fidler touched down twice in a 14-0 victory over Saffron Walden, with both converted by Ross Milne.
Lewis Feeke had a hat-trick as there was victory, too, for the under-16s in a friendly against Market Harborough. They won 31-10 with Jacob Milner and Stuart Bradbury also getting tries while Jacob Milner added three conversions to the tally.