Girls’ tournament 2008
Wednesday 26 March 2008
East Norfolk were the winners of the 2008 Girls’ tournament at Rosslyn Park.
BENENDEN 0-39 YEOVIL
EAST NORFOLK 26-5 ST. JOSEPH'S
AMMAN VALLEY 5-12 WELBECK
CRANBROOK 7-19 COLSTON'S
YEOVIL 5-15 EAST NORFOLK
WELBECK 10-21 COLSTON'S
EAST NORFOLK 5-0 COLSTON'S
What the winners say
“It’s great! We’ve never even got through the group stages before so to get through the first day was immense. This is our fourth year. We knew we had a good squad this year, so we tried to keep it together, keep cool, and just play rugby! We used the width well. We haven’t lost a match this season yet, so we knew we had a good chance. We knew Colston’s would be tough in the final. They won last year – but we knew we could take them, if we played our rugby. We knew they had pace down the wings but we just played, made sure we got the tackles in hard, early and quick.” Sam Noble, East Norfolk Captain
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