Batley Boys U9s impress against Celtic
BATLEY Boys Under-9s faced a strong Dewsbury Celtic at Mount Pleasant.
Aren Sibbick Beganovic, Toby Harrison, Jonah Parsons, Kyle Tomlinson, Brandon Hudson and Samuel Taylor had good games and Louis Tarpey took the most improved award.
Thomas Roberts tackled hard and took magic moment award for a tackle to stop a certain try. Maisie Tingle was named spectators’ MoM.
Max Rhodes claimed a fourth straight top tackler award while MoM was strong- running Harvey Cole with two tries.
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The Under-11s lost 54-6 to a well drilled and skillful Moldgreen side.
Player-of-the-day Lily Clark tried her best to break up the attacks with strong tackling backed up by her brother Max who was named top tackler.
Most improved winner Tom Rhodes grafted hard along with Liam Metcalf who won magic moment for Batley’s only try of the game. Morgan Fowler Cox, Peter Lerums, Emma Manning, Joe Scott, Harry Pearson, Harrison Headley, Lucas Tomlinson and Cole Innes also worked hard for the team.
The Under-8s produced a terrific display at home to Drighlington. MoM Joshua Stones showed great determination in defence while top tackler Bradley Hyett displayed great footwork.
Olly Littlewood-Spencer was named spectators’ MoM while the magic moment saw opposition MoM Solomon Haldenby take several players over the line with him to score his first try for the club.
Farrell Sibbick and Lewis Stafford shared the most improved award while Jordan North rounded the defence to score a fine try and Dylan Waterworth’s pace saw him touch down.
Joshua Rhodes ran the length of the pitch to score while Callum Smith and Toby Calvert defended well in a great team effort.