Rugby Union: UCS Old Boys seconds win Herts/Middlesex Merit Table Four Plate final

PUBLISHED: 10:00 01 May 2018

UCS Old Boys seconds face the camera after winning the Merit Table Plate Final (pic: Nick Cook)

UCS Old Boys seconds face the camera after winning the Merit Table Plate Final (pic: Nick Cook)


UCS Old Boys seconds end season with silverware

UCS Old Boys’ seconds ended the season in style by winning the Herts/Middlesex Merit Table Four Plate.

Old Boys took on Hackney thirds in the final, but recorded a 26-3 win to claim the silverware.

Jake Blaisdell was in impressive scoring form for UCS in the victory, crossing for two tries in the final success.

Aaron Hamilton and Cameron Yousefian also crossed the whitewash in the triumph, while Jansen Vam Vuuren kicked three conversions.

Sam Richardson took home man of the match honours for his display for Old Boys in the final against Hackney, helping his side triumph.

It was a memorable way for the UCS seconds to bring their season to a close by claiming the Herts/Middlesex Merit Table Four Plate.

And the team will hope that success can spur them on to winning even more silverware next season.

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