Felsted 13 Royal Latin 19: Robey strikes late to seal Schools Rugby U15 Vase triumph
PUBLISHED:13:30 GMT, 23 March 2013 UPDATED:12:46 GMT, 25 March 2013
Royal Latin won their first U15 Vase trophy after a frenetic clash with Felsted in the opening match of the Daily Mail Schools Rugby finals day at Twickenham,cheap ghd straighteners.
In positively Baltic conditions,cheap ghd straighteners, with flurries of snow whistling around HQ, Joe Robey scored a late try for Latin, to break Felsted hearts and win the Vase.
For those who thought the cold weather might affect the quality of the rugby, that idea was soon banished in a blistering opening encounter.
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Felsted dominated the early territory and possession and took a deserved lead when scrum half James Lennon put his side in front with a simple penalty,hogan, bisecting the posts from the twenty-two.
But in a ferocious start to the game, the lead did not last long and Royal Latin responded with a well worked try to take the lead.
It was a high quality try and matched by an equally good conversion,lunette ray ban, Hughes nailing the kick from the touchline.
But back came Felsted through Matthew Lumb,Mulberry uk, the dynamic full back providing a moment worthy of this great stadium. Running the ball from well inside their own half,cheap ghd, Felsted led a swift counter attack before the ball came to Lumb who darted 60 metres to run in a blistering score.
It regained the lead for Feslted,chanel, and they even had time to extend it minutes before half time when Lennon’s clever chip over the defence was pounced on by Stefan Warner.
Going in behind, Latin were galvanised at the break and responded with sustained pressure after half time.
Camped in Felsted territory,ralph lauren outlet, they worked the phases before flinging the ball wide to Elliot Pittwood who crashed over in the corner to reduce the deficit to 12-13.
As the game entered a frenetic final period, Latin again found themselves in good territory in front of goal. Their pack rumbled on and, ball in hand Robey surged for the line. It looked like he had been held up but, after a delay and consultation between the officials, the try was awarded.
Felsted poured forward in search of an equaliser but Latin remained resolute in defence to seal their first ever finals win and spark scenes of mass celebration on the pitch.