Hawks win all six matches in tag tri-way

PUBLISHED: 07:00 20 April 2016

Honiton rugby action

Honiton rugby action


Honiton Hawks Under-7s came away from a tri-way tag rugby tournament at Chard with wins in all six of their games.

The boys were split into two teams each of four players. One team consisted of Freddie Dickason, Josh Lane, Taylor Prettejohn and Will Parris.

Game one resulted in a resounding 7-0 win for the Hawks over one of the Chard teams.

Tries were scored by Prettejohn, he had a hat-trick, and there was a brace each from Lane and Parris.

In game two, the Hawks defeated another of the Chard teams 7-2. It was Lane’s turn to grab a hat-trick in this contest. Parris grabbed another two tries and there was also a brace for Dickason - his first tries for the Hawks.

The Hawks beat North Dorset 10- 4 in game three. Star of this game was Lane, who scored a double hat-trick, giving him 11 tries for the morning’s action. Dickason and Parris grabbed a couple each.

The other Hawks team consisted of Arran Hansford, Harry Haysom, Kyle Moore and Ollie Beer.

In game one the Hawks beat one of the Chard teams 11- 4. Haysom and Beer each scored four tries, there were a couple for Hansford and Moore grabbed the other.

Game two was a close affair against North Dorset with the Hawks winning by 8-7. Haysom and Hansford both grabbed hat-tricks and Beer scored the other two tries.

The Hawks then beat the other Chard team 7-3. Haysom scored his third hat-trick of the morning in this game - giving him 10 tries in total. Hansford scored two tries with Moore and Beer scoring a try each.

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