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Second-half tries earn Hampton U12Bs convincing win

By Isaac Tarragano

Hampton’s U12B team beat Campion 35-10 after a hat trick of tries in the second half from Josh Skeaping.

Hampton surged ahead from the start of the match after Adam Gwynne made three tries in quick succession.

However, Campion School did not let their heads go down, as they scored a try soon after.

Campion proceeded to keep on trying, resulting in a second try, even when they fell five points down in the second half.

Hampton started the match off with Gwynne scoring three tries in the first five minutes and subsequently being subbed off.

However, Campion came back with a try close to half time, bringing the first half to an end with Hampton winning 15-5.

Very early on in the second half, Campion scored a second try, to leave just one point between the two teams.

However, Hampton kept fighting, resulting in Skeaping scoring three tries to bring Hampton ahead.

In the last play, Eshan Mir scored a try resulting in an end score of 35-10 to Hampton.

Speaking after the game, captain, Ollie Davies said: “It was a good performance from everyone and a well deserved win.”

This victory ensures that the U12B team has not lost or drawn a game since the start of the season.

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