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Rugby | 5th December 2019

A humdinger of a match


U14 Rugby

Langholm U14 68
Moffat U14 28
TUESDAY night’s clash between Langholm and Moffat was always going to be a humdinger of a match, with only a score between the two teams the previous week.
The home team got off to a great start when Andrew Whittall scored a long distance try from deep within his own half.
Moffat hit back with a try of their own but tries by Dirom, Kubiki and Barker meant the home team took a healthy lead.
Moffat did hit back but every time they did the Langholm boys just wanted to play attacking rugby and the backs were in full flow.
The centre partnership of Kubiki and Whittall bagged seven tries between them. Kubiki has now grabbed 10 tries in three games.
The forwards, through Barker, got a brace and Hotson and Wood kicked all bar one of the conversions.
Moffat also played attacking rugby and never gave up, even when the game was getting beyond them, which is a credit to the boys.
The Langholm youngsters played good rugby and worked well at the set-piece and wanted to attack from all areas.
The 3G pitch is a great venue and the fast running rugby it produces suits the U14’s style of play.
Next up is Annan at home this Sunday. Go and support the next generation.

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