Clockhouse hosted local friends Crowlands for a tag rugby fixture. The game was a close game with both teams feeling each other in the opening encounters. As the half wore on both teams exchanged scores with Clockhouse holding a narrow lead at half time.
Clockhouse took two sides to the Havering Tag Rugby Tournament. Both sides did the school proud. The navy blues reached the quarter finals while the royal blues made the semi-final.
On route to the quarter final the navy blues results were:
2 - 2 draw with Engayne
3 - 0 win against St Marys
1 - 1 draw with James Oglethorpe
0 - 0 draw with Parsonage Farm
3 - 0 win against Scotts
In the quarter final Clockhouse lost narrowly to Towers Juniors.
Scorers for the navy blues were:
Bobby L x 6, Alfie P, Billy R, & Hayden M x 2
Squad: Jack J-M (c), Bobby L, Alfie P, William S, Beth C, Billy R, Hayden M, Ella P, Brooke A, Ruby N, & Frankie B
Player of the Day: Bobby L
On route to the semi finals the royal blue results were:
3 - 0 win against Drapers Pyrgo
3 - 3 draw with Mead
3 - 1 win against RJ Mitchell
3 - 0 win against St Peters
4 - 3 win against Towers
1 - 0 win against St Marys
3 - 0 win against Newtons
The Clockhouse Royals met Engayne in the quarter final winning a physical game 2 - 0.
In the semi final the royals met James Oglethorpe who had a very similar game plan and deserved their 3 - 0 victory.
Scorers for the royal blues were:
Sophie L, Bobby I x 7, James O x 7, Charlie G x 6, Lily S-E, & Max N
Squad: Charlie B (c), Jake L, Finley O, Max N, Charlie G, Bobby I, James O, Kayleigh M, Sophie L, & Lily S-E
Player of the Day: Charlie G
Mr Yarrow said 'It was great for the school to get two very strong squads out. To have both teams reach the knock out stages was fantastic.'
On Friday night Clockhouse welcomed St Peter's of Brentwood for two tag rugby fixtures. Both games were played at a healthy pace and highlighted areas of strength and for improvement.