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Kippax U10 Welfare 5th April away win @ Eastmoor

Kippax Welfare U10's put in their best performance of the season with a comprehensive win away to Eastmoor It was Eastmoor who received possession from the kick-off but you could see from that first set that defensively Kippax meant business putting in some big hits on to Eastmoor's big forwards. It was Kippax who soon opened the scoring on their first attacking set when playmaker Alfie Edgell received the ball out-wide and showed great pace to sprint down the left wing to score a converted try. On the next set of six Thomas Sharp gained vital metres down the left before moving the ball through the hands to Jacob Dakeyne who stepped off both feet to go over under the posts. Jacob was successful with the conversion. It was Eastmoor who got on the scoreboard next with a try in the bottom left corner which was successfully converted. The next sets proved to be a midfield battle with each and every Kippax player putting in a mighty defensive effort to keep Eastmoor in their own half. The Kippax defensive efforts and field position soon paid off as Alfie Edgell dummied to kick, spotted a gap in the Eastmoor defensive line, and went on his own diving into the corner for a wonderful solo try. Alfie was unsuccessful with the conversion as the halftime whistle sounded. The second half was a much tighter affair with the deadlock only broken by opposition man of the match Alfie Edgell capping a commanding attacking performance with his 3rd try of the game. Max Simpson converted. There was no further score until the very last minute as Ethan Spear scooted over for the last score of the game. This was a great team performance by Kippax who were clinical on attack and aggressive in defence. Coaches man of the match was shared between Jacob Dakeyne and Thomas Sharp for their tireless defensive efforts - David Sharp

Weekend Fixtures 12th & 13th April

Saturday Home Game: Dan Ratcliffe U13s vs Dewsbury Moor KO 10:30 Sunday Home Games: Jane Sadler U9s Warriors vs Featherstone Lions KO 11:00 Janet U7s Wolves vs East Leeds KO 10:00 ____________________________________________________________ Saturday Away Games: Neil Bedford Stanningley vs U11s KO 11:30 Andy McGowen York Acorns vs U10s Warriors KO 10:30 Andy Edgell West Bowling vs U10s Welfare KO 10:30 Sunday Away Games: Elizabeth Featherstone Lions vs U8s KO 10:30 Beard Featherstone Lions vs U7s Welfare KO 09:30

Kippax U11's Vs Lions April 14

Kippax snatched a late victory in a shimozel of a game at a packed Welfare Ground. A great performance by the kitchen team was overshadowed by some shoddy bacon delivery from Mehmet. He really needs to start to up his game on match days despite just turning 50. Kippax gifted the Lions with an early try following some basic errors in the first couple of sets. Captain fantastic, Liam Firth started to get more ball and put Tank and KK Kirky through some gaps to make great yards down the middle. Step up Bish Bash Josh Thornton to make some incredible ground in yet another fantastic performance.

U10's Welfare vs Stanningley Apr14

Kippax Welfare U10's got back to winning ways with a convincing victory at home to Stanningley on Saturday morning. As seems to be the norm at the moment Kippax started the game slowly with a knock on from the kick-off being punished by Stanningley's big forwards as they took an early lead barging over out-wide to open the scoring. The try was unconverted. Conceding the early try seemed to wake Kippax up as gradually the forwards began to lay the platform for the backs to show their pace. Kippax responded with the next four tries, two of them from Ethan Spear and Alfie Edgell being wonderful solo efforts, both scored under the post with Alfie being successful his conversion. The next try from Ben Chafer showcased what the team can achieve if the ball is passed through the hands to the fast men out-wide as Ben showed a clean pair of heels to the desperate Stanningley defence on a run up the left wing eventually touching down under the posts and successfully kicking the conversion. For the next Score Kippax went back to basics with a Ayden Baker barging over out-wide. Despite the angle Ayden was successful with the conversion. Stanningley finished the first half off strongly with Kippax fullback Max Simpson being called upon to make some last ditch try saving tackles. Eventually the pressure on the KIppax line told as Stanningley bought the half to a close with a much deserved six pointer.

U10 Warriors vs Emley Moor away

Saturday started with a long trip to Emily Moor for the Under 10's Warriors, in the mist. Kippax started with a very strong first half display. Five unanswered trys from Keiran, Harry (Parents Man of the Match), two from Joshua (Opposition Man of the Match) and Aiden, put Kippax in a strong position. This was one of Kippax best defensive displays this season with the whole line moving up as one. The half time team talk consisted of do not let it slip, keep up the good work .

Weekend fixtures 3rd - 6th April

Home Games: Thursday U16s vs Milford Marlins KO 18:30 Saturday U13s vs Hunslet Warriors KO 10:30 Saturday U11s vs Featherstone Lions KO 11:30 Sunday U7s Welfare vs Queensbury KO 10:00 Sunday U7s Wolves vs Oulton Raiders KO 10:00 Away Games: Friday Brotherton Bulldogs vs U9s Warriors KO 18:30 Saturday Batley Boys vs U12s KO 12:30 Saturday Eastmoor Dragons vs U10s Welfare KO 10:30 Sunday Shaw Cross Sharks vs U8s KO 10:00

Kippax U12's vs King Cross

Kippax U12’s 28 Kings Cross U12’s 6 This game was the Ellis Longstaff - master class of attack lesson for Kings Cross. His balance and superb running skills were once again outstanding in this game. The game was a slow stop start affair with lots of dropped ball from both sides. This week the ball managed to get to the outside backs – and the left centre Ellis Longstaff showed his pace and strength to score two tries out wide. Both converted excellently by TJ Barton. The lighter Kippax forwards did exceptionally well in defence and dominated the middle of the field, only allowing Kings Cross to enter into their half of the pitch on one occasion. HT 12 – 0 The second half commenced with Ellis now occupying the right centre position. The forwards maintained their defensive dominance in the middle of the field. The ball managed to find its way to both centre’s again; Ellis showed his side stepping abilities at speed to score a further two tries. Both tries were converted. TJ outpaced the defence to score out wide on the left scoring the last try of the game. He failed with his difficult attempt at converting his own try. Kings Cross did score a consolation try out on the Kippax left hand defence. The try was excellently converted. The Kings Cross stand off had a fantastic all round game; asking questions of the Kippax defence with running and passing. He also led the way with the defence. He had an outstanding game. Kippax gave away a number of penalties for indiscipline and being offside in the second half. This put the team under pressure when they were dominant and in control of the match. Overall it was a much improved performance. FT 28 – 6 Man of the Match - Adam Milner alt alt alt

Kippax U11's vs East Leeds

Another lacklustre performance from Kippax saw them fall to their heaviest defeat against a well structured East Leeds team. A huge crowd turned up along with the boys in blue , Mister Ed and a few rogue guess the score ticket sellers, keep an eye open for them, they wear mushy pea loafers and creep up on you from behind. Mehmet turned up on his flying carpet. Going down to an early try, kippax made too many basic errors and allowed East Leeds to dominate possession. Jacko got his mad up and forced the turn over with a booming tackle, with star man Josh Thornton ripping it up and barging over for a great try after a 60 yards charge. King Kong Kirky showed much more pace and power than his old man ever did, to make some great yards, another strong performance from him this week. Jumping in at acting half, Jacko tried to pick the pace up but was let down by some slow support. Tank was Tank but needed more ball as did Andy Hartshorn, again showing great potential. Will Wrighton was fantastic. Wingers Bailey and Junior again did their job in defence but had limited ball out wide to take the defence on. Seventies knee brace throwback Freddy Foy tackled everything that came at him, working well with Jez Price, who led the way again and again with some solid straight running just like his dads favourite player, Leeds legend, Roy Dickinson (Carl also came sporting a classy back comb boufont hair style in homage to big Roy). Jacko took charge and was unlucky not to get over. East Leeds then made a 60 yards break only to be thwarted by a last gasp tackle by Will Wrighton. Its Back to Basics for Kippax this week ahead of a tough challenge against Featherstone Lions. Man Of The Match: Josh Thornton. Parent Of The Match: Dean " Get off the pitch...aarargggghhfffghhr" (scared the Os anyway!). Match rating sponsored by "Dwarfs R Nez' 1/5

Jamie Peacock Rugby Camp to be held at

Kippax Welfare ARLFC Longdyke Lane Kippax 
LS25 7BP Thursday 10th April to Friday 11th April 2 days for £33 Limited places available get kids booked on now to avoid disappointment.

Weekend fixtures 29th & 30th March 14

Please note all home games are being played at the Common this weekend. Home Games Saturday: U12s vs King Cross Park KO 10:30 U10s Welfare vs Stanningley KO 11:15 Home Games Sunday: U9s Warriors vs Bentley KO 11:00 ___________________________________________________________________________________

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