After a good win against Brackenfell two weeks ago the Seccies were looking to build on that performance. We had spoken during the week that we needed to be more clinical in our execution of plays and ensure that the pressure that we built was turned into points.
This had been an issue for us over the two league games played so far. Continue reading Seccies continue to build their season
After a six week mid season break, it was back to the grind stone for the last 5 games of the season.
After reaching our mid season goal, we set our targets high but first we had to get passed our voodoo side for the last few years, the Vic’s students from Stellenbosch. Continue reading Seccies seal only win of the day
Having home advantage and in soggy conditions, Hamilton’s failed to start well and it was the visitors who scored an early well worked try through their speedy backline to go 7 nil up. Early defensive woes were then set aside. Continue reading Hammies 3rds slump to a disappointing 2nd defeat of the season
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
Saturday was to be the biggest test we have faced so far this season. False Bay are always a hard team to play at The Bay.
We had gone into this game unbeaten but False Bay had not conceded a try in their last 6 games. There had been quite a bit of banter between the teams through the week as False Bay had a few Hammies old boys and family of Hammies players which just added to the excitement of the game. Continue reading Hammies 2nd XV demolish False Bay
The fixture lived up to it’s status of being the top of the table clash , spectators flocked into the Bay with the the crowd swelling to close on 4000 by the time the game kicked off. Continue reading Top of the table clash ends all square
It had to happen sooner or later and this weekend Hammies 3rd’s lost their unbeaten run going back into middle of last season, downed 27-12 to an excellent False Bay side on Saturday.
False Bay scored twice inside the 1st quarter with some great line breaks and quick counter attack breaching our defence and then great support play to round off both scores which were also very well converted in windy conditions.
Continue reading 3rd’s see red at False Bay
The Hammies juniors have been treated to a busy itinerary since the beginning of May. This included a Friday afternoon fixture away at Kirstenhof Primary and our U11’s and 13’s participating in the Tableview 10’s. Continue reading Weekend Round up from the Juniors
The match at Hamiltons on Saturday was a humdinger as the game ebbed and flowed with both teams fighting for every meter they gained.
Belhar took on our pack and managed to neutralize our threat off set phase attack which forced the players to really pull together as they realised that they were in a battle against a side sitting in the top half of the SLA log. Continue reading Belhar Blues for 1st XV
On another beautiful day for rugby at Stephan way, the Hamilton’s 2nd XV carried on against Belhar where they left off against Brackenfell. Even with a week’s break between games they managed to keep the momentum. Continue reading Second XV see off Belhar in style