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I am immensely proud to have been elected President of Norwich Rugby Football Club as it enters its 134th season. For those of you who do not have a clue who I am, I fully intend to spend as much time as possible during the season meeting as many of ... More
 
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Match Report

Norwich v Holt match report

27/11/2019

Norwich v Holt match report


Wow! What a game, the final score of 8 tries to one in Holt's favour was no reflection of the phenomenal effort our young men put into the match. Our defensive and attacking play in the first half really did give the team some confidence that this might end a fairly even game, but it was not to be.

Technically our side need to work on some foundational aspects of the game particularly clearing out in the ruck, passing along the wing, looking left and right for opportunities and not kicking the ball to the opposition unless absolutely necessary when under pressure.

Our scrummaging was effective and we won as many as we lost, but Holt's scrum half really kept up the pressure and was an incredibly effective player out on the pitch.

Our try credit again goes to our new man Ben, who has real strength and pace. Mentions must go to Kenzo who played a real hard game all the way through, whilst playing against some old team mates - always slightly conflicting, but he rose above and was a Norwich man through and through on the day.

Juneau again was consistent in his play, constantly fighting for possession and driving Norwich's play forwards. A lovely little pass to Ben in the later stages of the match nearly secured that sought after second try, but it was not meant to be.

When offered an opportunity in the last fifteen minutes to call the match to a halt, due to weather, fatigue and the the impossibility of Norwich really changing the end result, each young man voted to continue playing until the clock ran down - proper Rugby spirit.


Pasco-Q Kevlin

 
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