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Hammies 3rds dig deep & hold onto top spot!

There was a real tension in the air as two unbeaten 3rd teams gathered on a near perfect day for Rugby at Hamilton on Saturday.

The early kick off {1 pm} saw two giants of 3rd team Rugby face up for what was always going to be a real test of character and preparedness.

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Crushing defeat to DurBell before the mid season break

Hammies trip to Durbanville on Friday night is one that we will rather put behind us and refocus on what lies ahead. The club made a trip to DurBell on a chilly Friday night in a game that would end the first half of the season for us before a long break. Continue reading Crushing defeat to DurBell before the mid season break

Solid win earned at DurBell for the U20 A

With the last game remaining until the league goes on a break, the U20’s wanted to end off the first half the season with a victory against Durbanville – Bellville. The match was played under Friday night lights at very cold DurBell. We played a warm up game against them  before the season commenced and we knew they were going to be very physical and play with lots of speed and precision. Continue reading Solid win earned at DurBell for the U20 A

Thirds Keep Marching On

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Joy of victory and the despair of defeat

In what was always going to be a tough and exciting clash, we eagerly awaited to start the days proceedings against DurBell on Saturday. The game did not disappoint as we walked away with a 4 point victory but one that showed some great rugby by both sides Continue reading Thirds Keep Marching On

Johnson Double Sinks DurBell

Cometh the hour cometh the man as Ryan Johnson sinks the Durbell ship with a brilliant solo try ten minutes from the end as Hammies -“Seccies” continued their seasons winning streak with a passionate 25 – 13 home win against Durbell RFC 2nd team.  After conceding a sloppy first minute converted try against a very good Durbell outfit, the victory was all the better as we found ourselves on the back foot from the start and showed true guts and determination in a terrific win.

The intensity and drama unfolded early in the game when the appointed match Referee had to be rushed to ER with a suspected fractured ankle within the first ten minutes of the game. After a lengthy break, he was replaced by the third team match official and we would like to wish Le Eustace Beukes all the best with his recovery. Continue reading Johnson Double Sinks DurBell