Loch Lomond U14s continued their good form with a superb victory over Whitecraigs RFC at the Dillichip.

Immediately putting the opposition under pressure, it didn’t take them long to run in the first score of the game.

Like the previous game, the boys dominated the play and worked hard to nullify the Whitecraigs attacking opportunities and regain possession.

A strong defensive shut-out and superb support play in attack resulted in a number of scores for Loch as they romped to an emphatic 47-0 win.

Elsewhere, Loch Lomond minis travelled to Cumnock as they enjoyed a number of games on the fantastic new pitches Cumnock have recently installed.

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Unfortunately only six players were available for the P1-3 age group. With not enough to muster a team to take on the 23 players from Cumnock, the groups were mixed with everyone enjoying a game of bibs v shirts.

Sophie Reid went on to score her first competitive try while Rhuaridh showed some great individual flare as all the Lomond players put in a great shift.

Later in the day, the P5 match was a challenge for all of the players involved.

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Loch made some lovely long-range passes and progression up the pitch with fancy footwork but in the end it was their defence that was their undoing in what was a great learning game for Loch.

The P6 and 7 team then played two competitive matches over the weekend.

From the whistle, the Loch team displayed some great attacking rugby but left gaps in their defence which allowed the hosts to run in a couple of fast tries.

Lomond coaches encouraged the players to work hard in defence with quick line speed and accurate tackles at half-time. The youngsters were able to build a solid defence combined with some quick passing which resulted in a very well-earned draw before continuing this commitment and strong team effort in their second match.