Under 15s claim third consecutive win

Warriors Under 15s produced a stunning comeback to defeat Exeter Chiefs this afternoon at Sandy Park.

Winger Isaac Blake-Mills dived over in the corner with less than a minute of the match remaining to help his side secure a 22-17 victory.

Warriors had gone 10-0 up in the first period after hooker Bec Cutting crossed the whitewash twice.

Exeter drew level with a try either side of half-time before taken the lead with their third try of the afternoon.

Warriors continued to battle hard, however, and Blake-Mills’ converted score levelled the scores late on before the young wing got his second at the death.

Coach Chim Gale said: “I was really proud of our defensive effort and commitment against a very strong side.

“We were under the pump for long spells of the match but our line speed was exceptional in defence and attack and I was delighted with how the players conducted themselves.”

Warriors U15s

1 Kyle S mith
2 Bec Cutting
3 George Radburn
4 Jacob Matthews
5 Lawrence Weston
6 Freddie Hemingway
7 Jules Hobbs
8 Ted Hill ©
9 Nat Nott
10 Rhys Arthur
11 Isaac Blake-Mills
12 Dion King
13 Alex Hearle
14 Callum Jones
15 George Hawkes


16 Tristan Brooker
17 Liam Smith
18 Charlie Wright
19 Oliver Richardson
20 Sam Kandola
21 Tom Taylor
22 Ollie Thorneywork
23 Tom Fawcett
24 Dylan Moss