DEWSBURY MOOR sides claimed two Heavy Woollen trophies in last Saturday’s finals day at the Fox’s Biscuits Stadium.
Moor’s Under-12s and Under-16s won their respective finals while Shaw Cross Sharks won the Under-14s final, on a day which saw fantastic rugby played and great skill shown in all the age groups.
The first final of the triple-header saw Dewsbury Moor prove a little too strong for Batley Girls, registering a 26-0 win in the Under-12s final.
Ruby Bruce earned the player of the match award after a hat-trick of tries and two goals, while Ruby Walker also scored two tries.
Shaw Cross were triumphant in the Under-14s final, winning 22-6 against Dewsbury Moor.
The Sharks’ number 13 Caitlyn Tsungu took a well-deserved player of the match award after an outstanding performance.
She scored one of their four tries with Ellie Crayton, Mayzi Carter and Emily Bickerdyke getting the others, while Shae Fraser added two goals and Cody-Lou Marsh kicked another.
Pippa Curley scored the only try of Moor’s good effort with Izzy Bedford converting.
In a very competitive Under-16s final, Dewsbury Moor produced a strong second-half showing for a 32-12 success.
Moor centre Gabrielle Akaidere scored crucial tries either side of half-time and claimed the player of the match award as a result.
Millie Padgett also scored twice while Ruby Enright and Tegan Ramsden also touched down, with Enright also kicking four goals.
For the Sharks, Millie Dearn scored two tries while Abigail Pinder and Jess Harrap also went over and Courtney Marsh added two goals.