The mens 2nd XV played Hanwell - and after a first half where they forgot the pre season of coaching - they won 26-15.
For the record the try scorers were 2 from Harvey, one by ‘Pretty Boy’ Leon, and a magnificent effort by Slash that started twelve inches from the line.
Then playing back at Waldegrave on Sunday the girls won by no less than 96-0 against Hampstead in front of impressive home support. New captain Emelia got four of the tries and a complete record of the T’s scorers was:
FT 96 - 00
Which basically means that Emelia and Emily Powell beat various players career records for try’s scored in a single afternoon.
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