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U12's Cas & District Champions Sept14

Castleford District Cup. 9.9.2014. Even in the warm up you could sense that the Kippax U12’s team were ready and waiting for the kick off. Kippax took control with their strong defence and hard running – Cas Panthers had no answer to them. The defence in the first half was some of the best we had seen over the season. Cas Panthers never got out of their own half of the field when they had the ball. With ball in hand, Kippax ran through the opposition at will in the first half. Half Time: Kippax 32 Panthers 0 The second half saw multiple player changes on the field as every player managed to have game time. These changes did disrupt the ball playing and the defence. Kippax scored another 2 converted tries to ease their way to 44 points. Panthers struck back with 2 well worked tries (both from kicks) and showed everyone how well they could play. Unfortunately for them it was too little too late. This was a fantastic game played with skill at a fast pace. Kippax deserved the victory . Well done to every single member of the team. Full Time: Kippax 44 Panthers 12 Man of the Match: Ollie Burton Match report by Paul Burrow

Saturday 19th U12's Vs Hunslet Warriors

Ladies and gents, the biggest game of the season so far for U12's away at Hunslet Warriors saturday 19th. Could the League title depend on this game,

Andy Lynch Testimonial U7's tournament

Kippax Welfare are proud to announce they are hosting an U7's gala / tournament on Saturday the 19th in support of the Andy Lynch Testimonial year. Lots of fun promised for all the family starting at 10.15am on the 19th. Come along and enjoy great junior rugby and much more....

Saturday 19th Fixtures

U10's Welfare away @ Hunslet Warriors 10:30 ko U10's Warriors v Dearne Valley Bulldogs @ home (common) back to Central 10:30 ko U11's - no fixture U12's - game postponed by away team U13's v Stanley Rangers @ home (common) back to Central 11:30 ko All welcome to Andy Lynch Testimonial Gala taking place at Kippax Welfarehttp://kippaxrl.com/administrator/index.php?option=com_content&task=add#

Fixtures Saturday 12th July

Kippax Welfare Juniors Saturday 12th July Fixtures U10's Welfare @ home v Lock Lane 10:30 ko (common) back to Central wmc U10's Warriors away @ Guisley Rangers 10:30 ko U11's @ home v Wetherby Bulldogs 11:30 ko (Welfare) U12's @ home v Stanningley 12:30 ko (common) back to Welfare U13's @ home v Oulton 10:30 ko (Welfare) — with Craig Rugby-Pics and Kippax Welfare.

Games for 28/29th June

The games for weekend 28/29 june under7 thornhill away 10 ko under7 wyke home 1030 ko at welfare back to welfare under8 moldgreen home 11 15 ko at welfare back to welfare under9 normanton away 10 30 ko under 10 west bowling home 1030 ko at common back to central under 10 bradford dudley hill away 10 30 ko under 11 stanningley home 1030 ko at welfare back to welfare under 12 kings cross away 1030 ko under 13 east leeds home 1130 ko at welfare back to welfare under 16 keighley away 1130 ko kids / coaches / Parents remember to have fun and enjoy the Rain this weekend!

U12's vs Hunslet Warriors Challenge Cup Semi Final

Hunslet Warriors 15 Kippax 14 This was the semi final of the Yorkshire Cup. This game was worthy of being the final. Fantastic rugby was played by both teams – it is a pity it was spoilt by the referee. Playing uphill in the first half Kippax scored 14 points before Hunslet dived over from a play the ball for a soft try. The defence from Kippax (apart from the try) was outstanding and they had to work hard for their tries. Half Time 4 – 14.

U12's vs Methley

Kippax U12’s 46 Methley 6 This match was the quarter final of the Castleford Cup. Methley came with high hopes of progressing through to the semi final. They started the game fast and hard. In the first set of tackles they ran strongly and made good ground. They threw the ball to their left and the centre ran through our defence, showing great speed he ran 50 meters to score. This was a rude awakening to Kippax who thought they could win without trying hard. Kippax started to show their hard defence and skill with the ball. They scored 26 unanswered points to lead at half time. The second half continued like the first, with Kippax scoring 20 unanswered points. Every single player for Kippax received game time and they all worked extremely hard to keep Methley scoreless. Full time score 46 – 6. Man of the match – Ollie Adamson.

u12's Vs Dewsbury Moor

Kippax U12’s 26 Dewsbury Moor 6 On the previous two occasions these teams have met this year the games have been extremely close with only a few points separating them. The same was expected today. Kippax started well scoring 2 tries out on the left hand side – both were unconverted. Dewsbury were next to score and the try scorer was injured and had to leave the field. Kippax scored a converted try before half time. In the second half Kippax scored 12 unanswered points. The Kippax defence throughout the match was outstanding, everyone working for each other and the communication was excellent. What was really pleasing to see was the shape and structure in the attacking line. Players were in position and the forwards shared the workload in attack and defence. The line speed was fast – everyone was moving up together reducing Dewsbury’s thinking time on the ball. This was a much improved performance which the boys can work on, but be extremely proud of. Full Time score 26 – 6. Man of the Match – Jake Midgeley.

U10's vs Cas Panthers

Welfare U10's backed up a great away win at Featherstone Lions with an emphatic home victory against Castleford Panthers on a rain sodden Saturday morning - Wow what a performance and what a win. Just 2 months after suffering a narrow defeat at the hands of of the Panthers the U10's turned up with a different attitude which was reflected in their performance. The early exchanges saw Kippax successfully defending their own line for three sets which set the tone for the entire game. Despite the heavy rain it was Kippax who crossed for the first try after a great passing move along the line gave Alfie Edgell the space to show his pace to go over under the posts for the first converted try. It was not long before Alfie was at it agin with a great show and go on the halfway line saw him outpace the Panthers covering defence to score under the posts. Max Simpson was successful wit the conversion. Before the halftime break Max Simpson himself registered a try when he skirted along the edge of the Panthers defence before accelerating doen the wing to score a try out-wide. The tricky conversion attempt was unsuccessful. The second half was a much tighter affair with the Kippax defence once again holding firm. The deadlock was broken however when opposition man of the match Alfie Edgell switch the momentum of a Kippax attack to sidestep his way under the posts. Ayden Baker was successful with the conversion. The final score of the game went to the powerful running Ethan Spear who broke from in his own half to streak away to score a converted try under the posts. This was was Welfare's most comprehensive all round team performance of the season. Keeping a talented team like the Panthers scoreless is an outstanding achievement. Every player did his job superbly and the enthusiasm and team spirit was there for all to see. Hopefully we can take the same mindset into Stanningley away of Friday night - David Sharp

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