Under 12s have fun in the sun at Aylesford Bulls
Great run out for the U12s at Saracens Amateurs Festival
Oaks end Festival run in style to win the Cup at Aylesford
Oaks enjoy top day out before bringing home the Plate from Beccs Festival
Another cracking day on the road for the Oaks U12s
Under 12s show keep rolling on...
Pictures from Foxbury
Another top day at the office for the Under 12s
Great day out for the Under 12s in first festivals of the season
One more week until Festival time....!!!
The Under 12s had a great run on Savills Family Membership Day. The sun shone and the opportunity was taken to develop handling skills, our focus this season on giving the ball on extra zip through the air to move it quickly to the outside channels.
The boys also worked on contact skills, through a short yet intense re-introduction to tackling game. Here's Dan showing how we tackle low, and safely, always finishing the tackle in a strong postion before jumping back to our feet:
Next Sunday 18 September it's another home training session at the Paddock, and just three weeks until our first Festival of the season.
Under 11s finish the regular season in style
Mission Possible as Golds and Blues squads secure double victory at Henry Dowsell Festival at Sidcup RFC
Two U11s squads hit the winning trail on Sunday 25 October, bringing home the Shield jointly at Cranbrook and winning the Cup outright at Beccehamians B Festival.
Sevenoaks Rugby Under 11s took to a whole new form of competitive rugby on Sunday 4 October. Having spent five years practising drop kicks and spirals, finally the laws for U11s permitted kicking the ball from hand.
When we were U10s...
A great day out under brand new rules
On Sunday 5 October 2014 five squads from Sevenoaks Under 10s visited competitions at Guildfordians, Canterbury, Medway and Foxbury. All the players did incredibly well adapting to new technical rule developments featuring the introduction of scrums, rucks and mauls.
The highlight of the day was never in question: a fundraising effort for Pink Week that saw more than £200 raised thanks to the brilliant baking efforts of parents, matched only by the generosity of the travelling faithful. The icing on the (cup) cake was the outstanding running rugby and robust tackling shown by all teams under clear blue skies.
At Foxbury, Sevenoaks won the Cup. The Oaks made it to the Final by winning all their group games, against a very plucky Bromley, a strong Old Alleynians, then Beckenham and Dartfordians. The Final against a big Old Colfs team was a very tight match, before Sevenoaks edged home 1-0.
At Guildfordians, the Lions hit their stride early in the A festival with a convincing 5-1 win against the hosts. Three narrow losses followed against some top Surrey clubs. They were tight games that could have gone either way, against Rosslyn Park (1-2), Wimbledon (0-1) and Camberley (1-2). In the B festival the Tigers won three of their four groups games, making it through to the Plate final, which they won on the basis of first try scored in a 2-2 draw with Farnborough.