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Wins for Lincoln, Scunthorpe, Boston and Bourne

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The true spirit of rugby was proven in two matches between Lincoln and Scunthorpe on the weekend, whereas Boston Women secured their place within the subsequent spherical of the cup with victory over Stamford Girls.

Fly-half Jack Randell scored two tries and produced a man-of-the-match efficiency as Lincoln’s Imps XV secured a 41-21 victory away in opposition to Scunthorpe’s third group.

Jake Keeton, James Johnson, Eren Hamilton, and Will Hewing additionally scored tries for Lincoln, whereas Randell kicked 4 conversions and a penalty.

Lincoln’s Imps XV in motion in opposition to Scunthorpe’s third group. | Photograph: Jack Miles

Kirk Murray, Neil Wainer, and Josh Samuels all scored tries for Scunthorpe and Robbie Goodyear added all three conversions.

Cameron Ogg, for his hand carries, and Cuan Hindshaw for excellent tackling, have been collectively named as Scunthorpe’s man-of-the-match.

Lincoln’s Aron Smith making a deal with. | Photograph: Jack Miles

Eren Hamilton securing ruck ball for Lincoln. | Photograph: Jack Miles

Lincoln’s third XV additionally traveled to North Lincolnshire as they confronted Scunthorpe’s fourth group.

A dummy lineout transfer noticed flanker John Feeney beat a defender to go over for a strive within the nook, whereas Tom Henton crossed for Lincoln’s different rating.

Jordan Tuplin, Daniel Kennington, and Johnathan Brewster all scored tries for Scunthorpe, with the latter additionally including two conversions.

Ethan Taylor in motion for Scunthorpe’s 2nd XV. | Photograph: Maria Rhoades

Scunthorpe’s 2nd XV – the Stags – performed high of the desk Wharfdale within the Yorkshire Advantage Premiership.

The Stags battled onerous in a 38-22 defeat, with their tries coming from Si Fisher, Josh Rudkin, and George Turner. Connor Brewster and Ethan Taylor every kicked one conversion and the latter additionally slotted over a penalty.

Scunthorpe’s Billy Hardy making a deal with. | Photograph: Maria Rhoades

Lincoln’s victorious Beneath-14s group. | Photograph: Ben Baker

In youth rugby, Lincoln’s Beneath-14s progressed via two the subsequent spherical of the NLD Cup after a 19-7 victory at residence in opposition to West Bridgford.

James Tomlinson, Kieron Fields, and Morgan Jones all scored tries for Lincoln. Lincoln’s remaining factors got here off the boot of Tomlinson who kicked two conversions.

Lincoln’s Beneath-16s after their victory in opposition to Grimsby. | Photograph: Emma Ryland

Lincoln’s Beneath-16s performed a hard-fought sport at residence in opposition to Grimsby with tries scored by Michael, Finn, Jasper, Steven, Jack and Oli, with the latter additionally efficiently kicking three conversions.

Jack Oldridge crossed for Grimsby’s try to Freddy Burnett added the conversion.

Grimsby’s Beneath-16s group.

Boston Women are via to the subsequent spherical of the Lincolnshire County Cup after beating Stamford Girls. | Photograph: David Dales

Boston Women have been additionally in cup motion as they beat Stamford 36-10 in spherical one of many Lincolnshire County Cup on Friday night time.

Lilly Smith and Maisie Austin grabbed two tries a bit for Boston, whereas Sherrie Christian and the host’s ahead of the match Mollie Smith every scored one.

Boston Women captain Charlotte Daubney working on the Stamford protection. | Photograph: David Dales

Lillie Smith was among the many strive scorers for Boston Women. | Photograph: David Dales

Boston’s remaining factors got here by way of the boot of again of the match Hannah Sales space who kicked three conversions.

Kayna Penrose-Toms scored Stamford’s try to captain Daisy Attley slotted over a conversion and a penalty. Amber Pearce was named as Stamford’s participant of the match.

Stamford captain Daisy Attley in motion in opposition to Boston. | Photograph: David Dales

Stamford Girls battled onerous all through the cup tie in opposition to Boston Women. | Photograph: Paul Beard

After the match Boston captain Charlotte Daubney mentioned: “Since we final met Stamford in September they’ve come on massively and gave us an actual run for our cash within the first half.

“I am happy with our ladies for actually working onerous and stepping up once we wanted to safe the win. It was an ideal night time of rugby for each groups.”

Boston Women captain Charlotte Daubney getting ready to dump the ball. | Photograph: David Dales

Boston’s head coach Shaun Turl mentioned: “Stamford turned up actually fired up, inflicting some issues for Boston early within the sport, however the pack slowly settled into the rhythm and supplied the platform to launch the again line.

“Stamford by no means gave up and performed with nice satisfaction of their membership. The sport was an actual bodily battle at instances, however a superb commercial for ladies’s rugby.”

Stamford’s strive scorer Kayna Penrose-Toms working on the Boston protection. | Photograph: David Dales

In Girls’s NC 2 Midlands (North East), Sleaford Women confirmed nice character and refused to surrender in a 21-0 defeat away in opposition to Sutton Bonington College students Women.

The consequence means Sleaford Women are fifth within the league desk, having received three of their opening 5 league matches.

Bourne’s 2nd XV after their victory in opposition to Boston. | Photograph: Adam Mcugh

Boston’s males’s 2nd XV have been in motion as they traveled to face Bourne’s second group.

Josh Lynch grabbed a hat-trick of tries, and Harry Spriggs and Callum Kopp crossed for 2 apiece, as Bourne secured a 55-12 victory.

Bourne’s second group huddled collectively. | Photograph: Adam Mcugh

Rob Webb and Billy Musson additionally scored tries for Bourne, whereas Jack Lagdon efficiently slotted over three conversions. Connor Kelly and Callum Kopp additionally every kicked one conversion.

Jake Blanshard and Jose Araujo each scored tries for Boston and Tom Balderstone kicked one conversion.

Boston applauding Bourne’s gamers after the match. | Photograph: Adam Mcugh

Bartons Ollie Clegg passing the ball from the ruck.

Within the East Yorkshire Advantage League, Barton & District battled onerous in a 29-5 defeat away in opposition to Malton & Norton.

Taylor Blackie scored the one strive of the match for the North Lincolnshire membership.

Taylor Blackie catching the ball within the lineout for Barton.

Deepings’ veterans facet – the Dinosaurs – confirmed nice character in a slim 22-19 defeat away in opposition to March.

Richard Tanner, Lewis Cannell, and Matt Tapley all scored tries for the Lincolnshire facet and Richard Preece kicked two conversions.

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