Six Lymm Senior Colts play for Cheshire


THE production line at Lymm Rugby Club continues to produce a steady stream of talented players, with six Lymm Senior Colts representing Cheshire for the first county game this season, at this level.

In a Covid-disrupted schedule, Cheshire Senior Colts played an exciting game against Northumberland at Keighley and the young players all had a solid performance despite going down in the first half. However, Cheshire pulled it back in the final 20 minute to beat Northumberland 31 – 22 in a tight and tense game.

Club President Neil Kelly said: “It is great to see so many young players from Lymm represent Cheshire in one match. It is a much-deserved honour and proof that despite the recent Covid issues our Mini, Junior and Colts teams are on track, encouraging and producing top players at this age group. I look forward to seeing them all in the senior squad soon.”

Pictured above are Charlie Warr (Prop), Harrison Krippner (flanker), Ed Dobbs (winger), Titus Jones (second row), Soheil Kakai (prop) and Mike Butler (hooker).


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