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Rugby Results 2011/12

2011/12 Rugby Results

Under 12

Rossall d 10-10 rydal w 32-17 Grange lost 32-0 Liverpool College lost 36-15 St Edwards lost 17-0 Ormskirk won 46-5 Bury GS won 51-5 Ripley St Thomas lost 29-5 Cowley lost 12-0.

Played 9 won 3-drew 1-lost 5

Under 13

Liverpool lost 32-17 Rossall won 25-17 rydal won 61-21 Ormskirk won 27 20 Grange won 42-0 St Edwards won 34-19 Hutton GS lost 47-5 Ormskirk won 38-0 Bury GS won 31-7 Ripley Saint Thomas lost 21-7 Cowley lost 36-19 St Edwards lost 27-26

Played 12 won 8 lost 4

KES Lytham 7s. Bowl finalists beating St Bees Cumbria and KES Lytham and lost to Bury in Bowl final

St Marys 7s Plate Winners. Beating Grange in group stages and beating Ormskirk 43-0 in final

Birkenhead 7s quarter finalists beating Arnold Kes Lytham and Cheadle Hulme in group and lost to Wilmslow in q-final

Under 14

liverpool lost 32-20 Rossall lost 55-7 Rydal won 55-7 Ormskirk lost 57 14 St Edwards lost 38-7 Ormskirk won 27-26 Bury GS won 51-17 Ripley St Thomas lost 44-12 Cowley lost 56-19 Bolton lost 41-14

Played 9 won 3 lost 6

Under 15

Liverpool lost 27-7 Bolton won 17-14 Rossall lost 53-24 rydal won 37-13 Manchester Grammar School XV won 31-18 Ormskirk won 24 7 Grange won 36-22 Merchants lost 24-0 St Edwards lost 64-5 Bury GS won 35-14 Ripley St Thomas lost 5-0. Cowley won 33-17 Bolton won 19-15 Arnold lost 22-21

Played 14, won 8, lost 6

Arnold 7s Cup semi-finalists beating Merchants, Bolton & Bury and losing to Arnold in semi.

Ampleforth 7s Plate semi-finalists beating Ashville College Harrogate and losing 26-0 to Durham School

2nd XV

Rydal drew 19-19 Rossall lost 19-10 Ormskirk won 12 0 Manchester Grammar School lost 32-24 Birkdale HS won 22-14 Stonyhurst College lost 25-17 St Edwards lost 17-5 Ormskirk won 31-14 Ripley St Thomas won 32-8 Rossall won 35-17 St Edwards lost 35-12

Played 11 won 5- drawn 1- lost 5

St Mary's Sevens Cup finalists beating Cowley & St Edwards and losing to Stonyhurst in final

1st XV

Liverpool lost 34-0 Rossall won 17-12 Rydal won 34-22 Lancaster RGS lost 24-0 Qegs Blackburn won 28 22 Clitheroe RGS won 29 0 Grange lost 3-0 Wallasey won 55-0 St Edwards lost 17-5 Bury GS won 44-5 Cowley won 10-0. Runshaw won 5-0 Audenshaw won 24-5 Runshaw won 13-5 (Lancashire final)

Played 14, won 10,lost 4

Lancashire Plate Champions

St Mary's Sevens Cup Finalists beating St Edwards John Rigby and Grange; lost to St Edwards

Ampleforth 7s. Beat Hymers and St Edwards and list 21-14 to St Peters in semi-final of the Plate


Year 7 Cricket Team Off To Winning Start

Year 7 Cricket Team Off To Winning Start

By Daniel McCann, 7C

St Mary’s Y7 cricket team started the season with a win in a friendly match against Formby Cricket Club Under 12.

Conditions were more appropriate to winter sports but the threatened rain didn’t make an appearance and the game went ahead. This was the first match of the season for both St Mary’s and Formby so a bit of rustiness was to be expected and extras were expected to play a part in the outcome. Indeed this was many of the bot’s first competitive match.

Formby batted first and scored 39 runs from their 20 overs for the loss of 5 wickets with one batsman retiring. Opening batsman Matthew Black retired on 11 after 15 overs to give some of the other batsmen a chance. Harry Woods, Matthew Travers, Adam Purcell and Elliot Amadi took wickets for St Mary’s, with another batsman hitting his own wickets off the bowling of captain Daniel McCann. The St Mary’s fielding was excellent with no gaps for the batsmen to find. Cameron Collins and Owen Travis shared wicket-keeping duties and kept the batsmen on their toes and Owen Henry and Harry Woods both took great catches.

Daniel McCann and Matthew Travers opened the batting for St Mary’s, Daniel scoring a single off the first ball to get the innings underway. Matthew was bowled and then Daniel caught and bowled with 6 runs scored. Cameron Lawrenson and Harry Woods added runs, Harry finishing as top scorer with 10. A middle order collapse left St Mary’s with a lot to do but Formby’s bowlers were conceding a number of extras so if St Mary’s could find a batting partnership who could stay at the crease the match was still up for grabs.

Adam Purcell and Elliott Amadi provided that partnership. Adam scored 8 not out and Elliot scored 2 but they occupied the crease for a crucial period in the game. St Mary’s entered the last over with 4 runs needed. The running between the wickets was excellent and singles off the first two balls left St Mary’s in sight of victory. Elliot hit the third ball of the over for two runs and the crowd went wild.

The game was played in a great spirit and was enjoyed by both sides. St Mary’s now look ahead to the first competitive match of the season, away at Liverpool College in the cup next Saturday.

St Mary’s Y7:

Daniel McCann (c)

Matthew Travers

Cameron Lawrenson

Harry Woods

Peter Campbell

Jack Mulholland

Cameron Collins

Owen Henry

Adam Purcell

Elliot Amadi

Joseph Mullen

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