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2nd Team Match Report: Hammies vs Sir Lowrians

Hamilton’s “Seccies” were looking to build on the last two impressive performance against Primrose and Kuilsrivier in previous matches.

We started off with a few last minute changes to our line-up due to injuries and illness just before kick-off. This did not impact us to a great degree as the replacements slotted in seamlessly. Continue reading 2nd Team Match Report: Hammies vs Sir Lowrians

3rd team match report: Hammies vs Sir Lowrians

In a very one sided contest, the Hammies 3rd team kept their unbeaten league run going with a resounding 87 – 0 victory at Green Point on Saturday.
The visitors were disorganised and paid heavily as Hammies ran riot from the opening whistle.

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Hammies ease past Sir Lowrians

In a disappointing Club fixture at Hamilton’s we managed to totally outclass Sir Lowrian’s in a one sided affair 60-10.

The manner in which we played was pleasing on the eye as we dominated all facets and scored some sparkling tries.The disappointment stemmed from the overall clubs results were we rallied up close to 350 points in 4 games. Continue reading Hammies ease past Sir Lowrians

Bartels three try blitz and a disappointing end to the game!

 What happened in Hammies-“Seccies” SLA -2 league game against Sir Lowrians 2nd team was very different to the norm!

The WP appointed officiating Referee abandoned / stopped the game seven minutes into the second half with Hammies leading 38 – 0 because of player conduct. There was poor discipline, disruptive abusive remarks among other things. At this stage, Sir Lowrians 2nd team had already received a red card and their yellow carded player was returning. Continue reading Bartels three try blitz and a disappointing end to the game!

Hammies vs Sir Lowrians – Preview

Hamilton SP RFC vs Sir Lowrians - SLA 2015

1st XV:
The league is starting to take a little shape even though not all sides are on the same amount of games played. Stellenbosch and UCT lead the way having played 6 games with us sitting in 3rd with 4 games and only 6 points off number 1 spot. Continue reading Hammies vs Sir Lowrians – Preview