Crocs show class to claim second success
Isaac Mitchel to race 60 metres to score an outstanding try.
Further forward drives lead by Eruvieoghene Inije and Seb Cowley helped create more quick ball for the Crocs backs, and it wasn’t long before Strickland latched onto a clever pass from Matt Beswick to race over for his second try.
Further tries came from Julian Sykes-Molina, Riley Dean and Matthew Beswick as Middlesbrough had no answer and the second half became a onesided display of free attacking rugby. Old Brods u17 20 Kidderminster Carolians 27 Brods u17 slipped out of the National Plate at the semi-final stage after losing to a very good Kidderminster side.
Brods had a great start which showed them dominate the opposition with great skill and determination in creating a first try by Toby Robins after a great maul and some skilful kicking to gain ground.
Defensively Brods were strong and a subsequent try by Myles Watson saw them lead 10-0 at half time.
However, Kidderminster came out fighting in the second half, capitalising on any penalties Brods gave them.
Too many errors and missed tackles allowed them to score a succession of four tries to take them into a 10-24 lead.
Captain Cole Wilson responded with a try followed by a great sprint by Tom Wilson and support play by Jimmy Hodkinson to see him take the final score of the game.
Old Rishworthians under 10s look to make ground against Wharfedale