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- On November 5, 2018
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The Sub 16 Rugby of the Strait, coached by Adrian Parsons and Tim Brazier, played their first league game of the season at home against Science of Seville. In the first half of the clash, El Estrecho showed its class and pulled the roller to win the match against the reigning Andalusian champion by 63-0.
However, the visiting squad began the very strong train crash and used their great attacking skills to good effect, but the fight of both was fierce on the brand new carpet of the Municipal Stadium of Pueblo Nuevo de Guadiaro.
The Strait knew that he had to play the whole match with high intensity, keeping his defensive line rigid and the degree of speed excellent to break the Seville squad that came out in a whirl.
The boys did it and in the end El Estrecho adjusted their physical condition, far superior to the rival as the match developed.
The most valued player of the game was Billy Sullivan, who scored a total of two trials. On the other hand, Ale González scored 4 trials, Mateo Isola 2 others and there were also attempts by Spike Parsons, Dani Sotillo, Ben Burgess and Issac Ruiz.
Great performance of the guys of the Sub 16 who had lost in the final of the International Cup against that same rival just two weeks ago.
The team’s coach, Parsons, said that “we have put into the game plan all the work and training effort that we have been developing for some time, but also our technical knowledge in this last month and it is starting to have revenue. We have a young team and many new players who are trying to come to the fore right now but quickly learn to play rugby; we have a strong team of 26 players, “he said.
On the other hand, on the same stage and about three o’clock in the afternoon, the Rugby team of the Straits Sub 18 began their meeting, the second regular League against Sciences Sevilla.
The local team made a great game, despite falling by 30-12, they draw positive conclusions in the next game that the boys of Alan Russell Williams will play at home and against Mairena, who won at home in Marbella by 31-13 .
Finally, the Sub 16 and Sub 18 teams play the FAR Cup this coming weekend. During the course of the week will be offered the preview of both meetings that open the regional competition.