Peterborough Rugby Club’s under-13 boys team (pictured) clinched the A1 Corridor League title with a game to spare on Sunday, as Harry Bennett scored a hat-trick in a 40-20 win over Huntingdon.
George Holleyoake added a couple of tries with one apiece for Harvey Acott, Dexter Johnson and Jude Lazenby.
“I am so proud of this fantastic set of lads,” said head coach Barry Dean. “Their hard work and enthusiasm has been wonderful this season, and this is what it's led to. They've been brilliant all season, and thoroughly deserve it.”
The Colts side left their older players at home as they played an under-17 match at Deeping and won 41-15, with captain Jack Grundy earning the man-of-the-match award with four tries and a conversion
Alfie Lewis had a try and a conversion, with tries for Jakub Balcerzak and Joseph Amos, while Leland Britchford added a conversion as well.
Without a fixture of their own, three of the under-18 girls guested for Towcester against Old Northamptonians, with Peterborough’s Abi Potter scoring a try for them.
Robyn Thorpe was the star of the show as the under-16 girls of Peterborough, Kettering and Olney came together for a training game. She scored two tries and a conversion with Emily Fosbeary being the other scorer from the Peterborough club.
The under-14 girls were heading for a whitewash of Market Harborough, but conceded a converted try in the last minute and had to settle for a 41-7 victory.
Emily ‘Pickle’ Salter had two tries, with single scores for Charlotte Badger, who also kicked three conversions, Maddie Hall, Hollie Ratcliffe, Ruby O’Dell and Ruby Wadsley.