Match Report
Norwich School U13A vs  Royal Hospital School
On: Saturday, 16 Sep 2017
Venue: at Home

The U13A's enjoyed a good run out against RHS in their first game of the season. RHS brought a very physical and aggressive side to Lower Close, which ultimately gave them the edge in what was a thrilling contest.

In a game that had everything from great team and individual tries, big hits, try saving tackles and plenty of line breaks, it was RHS that broke the deadlock first through their strong running right winger. On the stroke of half time Jared Ikazoboh showed his raw pace and strength to burst through a number of tackles and race clear to score a fine try.

The second half brought more of the same as both teams battered away at each other trying to find a way through. As the game went on and a few knocks were picked up by us, RHS capitalised by scoring two further unanswered tries. To their credit, they were more physical at the breakdown which gave them that edge as they finished the game off.

There were plenty of very positive passages of play, along with some stand out performances which we will take forward in to next week and our next game on Wednesday.