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Seccies dominate Derby Day fixture

The long awaited Derby clash eventually took place on Saturday afternoon at Stephan Way after many frustrating years in limbo. Hamilton RFC 2 nd team won comfortably 57-0.

Paddy Holman brought back the years with a sterling performance at 8 th man for Hamiltons before limping off injured. He shared man of the match award with Storm Winter who showed great skills and pace, scoring a hat trick of tries.

This match was a game of 2 very different halves. The first half was riddled with handling errors from both sides which prevented the game from having any fluidity. Once the dust had settled and we managed to get through a few phases we started breaking the Village defence.
Village were no match for us at set pieces which we dominated throughout the game. Assiduous flankers Dean Basson and Louw Langevelt were a handful for the opposition at ruck time.

Hamiltons led 21-0 at half time.

With the wind at their back, a much more direct and focused Hammies side produced a better second half performance. They managed to retain possession, cut down on infringements and reduce unforced errors. This enabled them to play to their structures, resulting in 6 more tries being scored. Hamilton’s defence held strong, not allowing their try line to be breached when Village showed some resilience.

Talented Regardt Louw and Wynand MaClachlan again advanced their reputations of players to watch this year with solid all round outings. Our captain for the day Walter Smit had a good performance controlling the game in the mid field.

Lots more hard work and planning is needed when Hamiltons host Brackenfell on Saturday for their last friendly match before the league starts.

Try scorers: Storm Winter (3), Walter Smit, Jacques Oosthuisen, Johan de Kock, Range Kote, Wynand Maclachlan, Tristan Cramer

Conversions: Walter Smit 6

 

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

Belhar sink the U20’s

Leading up to this weekend’s match versus Belhar we knew that it was going to be a tough encounter as they have only lost one game leading up to this match. Coming off from a bye from the previous weekend, the U20’s were well rested and keen to keep their winning momentum going. Continue reading Belhar sink the U20’s

Maclachlan helps the U20’s to bonus point win

After coming off four out of four wins, the U20s were keen to keep this winning momentum going forward to a tough encounter against newly promoted Brackenfell side. We knew it wasn’t going to be an easy game as we played them a few months ago in a
friendly match and the U20s managed to grind out a win in that game as well.

Continue reading Maclachlan helps the U20’s to bonus point win

Slow start but great finish for U20 A’s

With the original kickoff being on Friday night, but due to the ‘hurricane like’ conditions the game was postponed until Tuesday night at NNK. Conditions were perfect for rugby on Tuesday night which saw some entertaining rugby from both sides. Continue reading Slow start but great finish for U20 A’s

Two wins from two for the U20’s

After warming up numerous times due to the delayed kick-off, the Hamilton’s u20s were ready to get onto the field and take on newly promoted Kuilsrivier. After coming off a comprehensive 69 – 5 victory over Primrose the previous week, the U20’s wanted to keep the same momentum going forward into this game against Kuilsrivier. Continue reading Two wins from two for the U20’s