On a fine Sunday morning our youth boys welcomed our friends from Dunfermline. The 3rd game since rugby has returned and always great to have a game against another local club. The blues performances have been great the last 2 weeks and improving each game, with everyone getting game time. This week was no different and it was great to see all the young players from both clubs put on a festival of running, expansive rugby. Some great tackles, good footwork and fantastic tries to be seen. Fife rugby looks in good hands with these young men, and we’re sure we’ll see many of these young men coming through to senior rugby with their clubs in years to come.

The 13/14s played an experienced visiting team and took a wee while to get going this week. The boys showed lots of effort and commitment, with some great tackles in defence and strong running in attack. They continue their rugby journey each week, with many boys only having started recently. We’re sure there will be a few weary legs tonight after their efforts.

The 15/16s had 25 boys available and rotated the squad every 20 minutes. A very even first 20 saw both teams chose to run rather than kick the ball and some thundering tackles. Both sides showing good hands. The breakthrough came, whilst playing advantage Ryan put a cross field kick into the corner that Archie plucked out the air and dotted down. A score to grace any game.

An attacking scrum saw No 8 Ben break through tackles before offloading to Muz to crash over. A great ‘C’ from Hamish. The game was end to end and Dunfie got a deserved try, to bring the first period to a close. 10 changes at the break for the ‘blues and the match continued to be a great contest. Nothing much to seperate the teams. Ethan had a clean break from stand off towards the post before an offload to Rory F to score. Ethan adding the extras.

Rory Mill then scooped a loose ball off the ground before galloping clear to score. Ethan adding the extras again. Dunfie were still competing well and added another score of their own after good interplay by backs and forwards. The last 20 saw the blues continue to rotate the squad. Adam, Jake, Hamish and Cairn all having probing runs in the back line. Some stout Dunfie defence keeping them at bay. The backrow then combined to send Rory F over once again with Ethan adding the extras. The ball then was moved wide to Daniel, who put on the afterburners to speed in for another score. Ethan continuing his fine kicking.

In both games some fantastic play, appreciated by those watching. Great effort and commitment and the coaches can see all the players improving each game. Well done all and thanks to Dunfie for coming through and Steve Mellon and the guest ref for keeping the games flowing.

Sure we’ll see many of these young men playing local derbies for years to come.

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