YOUTH RUGBY: Queensland tourists leave with two wins

Local youth rugby

Local youth rugby

First published in Sport

LIVING up to the game's theme tune of 'The World in Union', Royal Wootton Bassett RFC hosted a tour party from the Sunshine Coast Grammar School, of Queensland, Australia for two superb games of rugby played in a brilliantly sporting and friendly manner.

Both games ended in victories for the well drilled and fast-paced visitors, with a joint U15s/U16s match finishing 22-5 and an U17s game ending 31-12.

Josh McCafferty scored the try for Bassett's younger side while Jack Ricketts and Connor Tomley went over for the U17s, with Tom Fieldsend adding a conversion.

Rugby was the real winner, though, with impromptu joint singing sessions from the teams, great food in the form of a hog roast and many friendly exchanges between players and officials.

Sunshine Coast continued their tour with a visit to the Gloucester v Bath Aviva Premiership match and then travelled on to Belgium to play a tour match in Bruges.

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