Honiton Titans Under-10s too much for hosts Tiverton

PUBLISHED: 07:50 17 December 2014 | UPDATED: 07:50 17 December 2014

Honiton Titans Under-10s were 65-15 victors when they met Tiverton.

It turned out to be another very special performance from the Lacemen youngsters that ultimately saw them land a third successive win.

A hall mark of this current run is that each and everyone of the team is contributing – no player is being ‘carried’ in any department!

The Mid Devon side had no answer to the Titans movement, pace and handling.

In all the Titans ran in 13 tries in a match that lasted for an energy sapping 60 minutes.

Post match coach Simon Lancaster said: “I am frankly speechless. It was a very special show with plenty of character shown by a great bunch of youngsters of whom I simply could not be any prouder!”

(Tries: Tom 2, James 5, Archie 1, Isaac 1, Jonny 3 and Harry 1)

Player breakdown by the coach:

Captain Oliver G was excellent in the centre of the park and lead superbly as governor, and Jacks all round elevated and comfortable performance earned himself player of the day!

Tom – Superb running lines, great bursts of power!

James – untouchable with ball in hand! Grease lightening!!

Archie – Powerful runs, and the off load of the season!

Isaac – I’m starting to think you may not be human, but some sort of cyborg! Machine like work rate!!

Jonny – Our talisman in the middle! Creative and deadly finisher!!

Zac – Great forward runs, dipping that shoulder hitting hard into contact!

Harry – Developing very well, try No1

Gracie – Solid all round! Fast hands and countless selfless off loads releasing other in space!

Jo – Aggressive and precise! Outstanding running but even better defensive play!

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