RHYL U15s welcomed another touring side over the weekend, entertaining Leek, from Staffordshire, for their last game of the season, with the aim of finishing on a high.

It proved to be a very competitive game all round with the English side bringing physicality to the break down area and fine running lines from their back three.

However, following lots of pressure from away team, Rhyl started to find their feet, scoring two tries in succession.

Leek responded with one try and it looked like it was going to be an even game throughout.


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At half-time, it called for cool heads and better game management from Rhyl, and this became evident as the second half wore on.

Then came a wave of attacks from the home team with them scoring three well orchestrated tries to provide the cushion needed for a well earned win.

However, Leek didn't give up, showing tenacity an determination to keep Rhyl on their heels right to the end.

But it was the home side that were the eventual winners by a 35-21 scoreline.