7:00am Thursday 17th April 2014
By Ed Mezzetti
THEO Brophy Clews will hope to steer England to glory in Saturday’s FIRA/AER European Championship final.
The Abingdon School pupil and his teammates take on Ireland in Wronki, Poland in a bid for a fourth successive European title.
Fly half Brophy Clews, who is part of the London Irish academy, scored a penalty as England pipped Wales 11-9 in their semi-final.
BANBURY Under 18s were edged out 15-8 at Ivybridge in their National Colts Plate semi-final.
Sam Ridgeway went over for a try and Alex Cox added a penalty, but Banbury, who had Felix Marot yellow-carded with ten minutes left, came up just short.
JACK Taylor scored a hat-trick of tries as Banbury Under 16s won 52-24 at Kettering.
Jack Briggs, Dan Morris, George Grieve, Reece Lines and Charlie Mallock also crossed. Briggs converted four and Taylor two.
JAKE Peters bagged a try treble as Banbury won 34-7 at Oxford in the Oxfordshire Under 15 League.
Marcus Saar, Aaron Walker and Callum O’Shea also went over, with Jake Manning converting two.
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