Wells Girls hit top form to impress in two cups

Wells Girls hit top form to impress in two cups
Tunbridge Wells Ladies Rugby Under 13s

The Under-13 squad won the Plate at the Kent RFU Waterfall finals at Old Colfeians in south-east London, despite having a depleted team due to injuries.

The girls put in strong performances to register wins against Aylesford and the Channel Baa Baas.

And this Sunday (February 9, kick-off 12.30pm) the Under-18 Ladies host the regional semi-final of the National Cup against Sudbury Under-18 at St Marks.

They beat Horsham, Medway and Aylesford en route to the semi-final and Paul Miles, their head coach, said: “We will need to dig deep on Sunday. But the girls are incredibly focused and training hard in preparation.”

Simon Parsons, Director of Ladies’ Rugby, said: “I think the Under-13s and Under-18s cup performance, the improved league placing of the Under-15s and our newly established Under-11s go to show that ladies’ rugby is flourishing here.

“We also want to develop a Senior Ladies squad, but right now all our focus is on preparing for the semi-final and it would be great to see local rugby supporters up at the club on Sunday to support the girls.”

For more information about Ladies’ Rugby visit twrfc.com/team/ladies

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