Malvern U14s 36, Dudley KinGswinford U14s 17

Malvern U14s took a rest from their cup heroics on Sunday, winning a spirited but friendly encounter at Dudley Kingswinford 36 - 17.

The victory was based on another irresistible first half performance, with a second consecutive hat-trick by wing Chris Prosser and two tries by fly half Matt Tigh.

Scrum half Ross Tolley landed two conversions, one an excellent kick from an acute angle. The pack imposed almost total domination, winning a succession of strikes against the head and driving the home scrum backwards at will.

Malvern rang the changes at half time to give all the squad a taste of the action, and the newcomers soon found themselves under pressure from a gallant DK revival.

Much use was made of the garreyowen and full back Jamie Blackmore distinguished himself with some good catches and exciting counter-attacks.

Adam Green led by example with Malvern's only try of the second period, converted from in front of the posts by Ross Tolley.

Despite some stout defence, however, the home team crossed the Malvern line three times, producing a final score which did credit to both sides.