Match Report
Bloxham School Junior Colts A vs  Kingham Hill School
On: Wednesday, 20 Sep 2017
Venue: Away

Bloxham travelled to Kingham Hill on a sunny afternoon looking to bounce back from two losses with a win. Bloxham won the toss and chose to receive. After three hard lines we shipped it wide and S Landaw scores in the corner. After the restart we did the same again and won a line out. The backs used a set move from the line out and Landaw scored again making it 12-0. We stretched the play from side to side letting I Wang score a simple try making it 19-0. Bloxham received the kick and it went to a scrum and we lost it but got up quickly and intercepted and scored, 24-0. We took the ball wide and scored making in 31-0. Bloxham scored again, 38-0. After a few more lines we crashed through and score again, 43-0. We went wide but it ends in a scrum, we lost it but it’s intercepted again and we score, making it 50-0. We took it and it went to a line out, they lost it and then got a penalty. Our line pressed quickly and won the ruck leading to a try, 57-0.

Bloxham kicked off the second half and pressed quickly, getting a line out. We won the line out but dropped it when going wide. We went wide again then a hard line came and we score again making it 64-0. Bloxham received and made a good hard line with a good off load and score, 71-0. The kick went to a scrum which they won but Bloxham won it back in the ruck. There was a penalty to Kingham but Bloxham won it back again. It went to another which they won but Bloxham pressed and won it back but knocked it on. We lost the scrum again but pushed them into touch. Bloxham won it and kicked to another line out. Bloxham take it forward but knocked it on again. We lost the scrum again but we got a penalty for a high tackle. Bloxham took it wide and score on the wing, 77-0. It went to a scrum, Bloxham lost it but intercepted and H Jones scores, 82-0. Bloxham took it wide and S Daenen scores, 87-0. Full Time. A resounding win but there are still lots of things to work on in training. The scrums and rucks still need tidying and handling can always improve.

Credits- C Bygate