ASPIRING Rhyl Rugby Club stars continued their excellent recent progress and recorded some impressive results last weekend.

The Dragons U7 side travelled to Parc Eirias for a mini-festival of rugby on Saturday, November 24, which saw them play three games against Bangor, Llangefni and Mold in a bid for the overall crown.

The team adapted well to playing seven-a-side on wide pitches and there were an abundance of tries scored from the likes of Leo Davenport, Noah Partington, Jack Miles, Thomas Evans, Rhys Felcrook, Osian Rogers, Toby Bywaters, Cooper Jones and Oliver Griffiths.

Following the three games, all teams attending took part in the guard of honour ceremony as RGC and Llanelli ran onto the pitch, and they followed this up with an encouraging display against a strong Wrexham outfit.

There were plenty of standout performances during the contest, with the tackling ability of Anthony Williams really catching the eye during what was an encouraging display that further highlighted their progression in recent weeks.

A Rhyl Rugby Club spokesman, said: “As coaches, it’s always difficult to choose man of the match, the skill level of the players has improved massively and, if we could, we’d select all of them every week.

“As far as results go, I don’t think any of the teams knew who won or lost, the main focus is to have fun and develop the skills they are learning.

“Credit should go to the parents for bringing their children to rugby, if it wasn’t for you, the coaches might have to do something grown up instead.”