Zac Dunstan is ‘Player of the Week’ for Sidmouth Under-7s

Sidmouth Under-7s Green team one from the matches with Topsham

Sidmouth Under-7s Green team one from the matches with Topsham - Credit: Archant

There were terrific numbers of Sidmouth Under-7s on parade for the latest series of matches which were against hosts Topsham RFC.

With over 20 players looking for action Sidmouth were able to put together four teams.

Topsham had similar numbers and they too fielded four teams to enable the two clubs to lay a round-robin of matches.

There was competitive play served up in all matches with no shortage of impressive skills providing thrilling (although sometimes frustrating) rugby for the many spectators watching on the sidelines.

Results from over the games played saw many of them drawn and some very close scores, overall a draw between all sides was the final and fairest outcome of the day.

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Notable play came from Sidmouth ‘Team Green 1’ comprising of Leo Heald , Zac Dunstan, William Smart, Silas Moore, Hugo Brock and Noah Helm. They won all of their games, albeit with some very close scores.

The Sidmouth Player of the Week trophy was awarded to Zac Dunstan; a deserving winner showing leadership, sportsmanship, determination in his tagging and some great passing skills.

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Sidmouth Under-7 head coach Mark Ross said: “The coaches of all our teams were more than pleased with the effort from the players. It certainly seemed as if all involved thoroughly enjoyed the days play.

“This week, all the players stepped up to the mark with some fantastic attack and defensive play. There was some top tagging all round and it was a proud day for all concerned.

“Hopefully we will see similar this coming weekend.”

Next up is this Sundays (December 4) meeting with Cullompton.

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