Ballinrobe RFC will take a 4 point lead into the final leg of the Elverys U20 10s Festival after the penultimate leg in Westport last Saturday night (14th April).

The games were keenly contested throughout with Westport eventually coming out on top in their home event after a late score to tie up their game with Ballinrobe. The evening was made even more special by Minister of State Micheal Ring turning on Westport RFC’s match standard lights for the first time in front of a huge home crowd.

Here’s the results from the six games:

Game

Team

Score

Points

Team

Score

Points

1

Westport

19

4

Creggs

12

1

2

Ballina

10

0

Ballinrobe

27

5

3

Ballina

12

0

Westport

26

5

4

Ballinrobe

12

1

Creggs

17

4

5

Ballinrobe

17

2

Westport

17

2

6

Ballina

0

0

Creggs

20

5

And here’s how the table finished up, and how many points they received towards their final  total:

 

Club

Points

Westport Festival Points

1

Westport

11

10

2

Creggs

10

8

3

Ballinrobe

8

6

4

Ballina

0

4

Overall Elvery’s U20 10s Series Standings 

 

Club

Points

1

Ballinrobe

32

2

Creggs

28

3

Ballina

24

4

Buccaneers

10

5

Castlebar

10

6

Westport

10

7

Galwegians

6

8

Monivea

4

9

Tuam

2

By virtue of the results of the Westport Leg, the Elvery’s U20 10s Series is still very much alive with Ballinrobe 4 points ahead of Creggs and Ballina a further 4 points back. Therefore, it’s all to play for at this weekend’s 6th and final leg in Tuam with kick-off on Saturday will be 12.00pm.

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