Finals Day Results
Sunday 22nd April 2018 at Reading Abbey RFC
13.15: Cup Final: Newbury A 5-19 Bracknell A
11.45: Plate Final: Reading Abbey 63-10 Maidenhead A
10.30: Shield Final: Reading 29-17 Redingensians
13.15 Cup Final: Hungerford A 57-12 Newbury B
11.45: Plate Final: Bracknell B 63-0 Maidenhead B
10.30: Shield Final: Tadley A 21-28 Windsor B
Sunday 28th January 2018
Windsor A 14-19 Maidenhead A
Reading A 10-51 Reading Abbey A
Bracknell A bye
Sunday 4th February 2018
Newbury A 31-10 Redingensians A (re-arranged from the 28/1)
Sunday 25th February 2018
(c) At Redingensians: Redingensians A 43-17 Reading A, Redingensians A v Windsor A, Windsor A v Reading A (20 mins ew)
Sunday 4th March 2018
Maidenhead A 12-31 Bracknell A
Sunday 11th March 2018
(a) Newbury A 15-10 Abbey A
Sunday 18th March 2018
At Windsor: Redingensians A v Reading A, Redingensians A v Windsor A, Windsor A v Reading A (20 mins ew)
Sunday 28th January 2018
Windsor B 15-30 Maidenhead B
Hungerford A 41-5 Tadley A
Sunday 11th MARCH 2018
Maidenhead B 26-49 Hungerford A
Newbury B 20-17 Bracknell B (postponed from 28th January)
If the matches are a Draw there will be no extra time. The side that has scored the most tries at the end of the match will be declared the winners.
If the same number of tries have been scored there will be a kicking competition where each side will nominate 5 players to place kick the ball over the posts from the 22m line (this will be in front of the posts).
The side with most successful kicks will be declared the winners. If this is level after each side has taken 5 kicks sudden death will take place with each side taking alternate kicks (with not the 5 original kickers).
The first side to miss with the other side being successful in that round of kicks the latter will be declared the winners.
A couple of clubs have acknowledged that they may have insufficient numbers to field two sides. To ensure that games take place, please can clubs co-operate in not playing
15 a side. I would prefer games to take place in the Development Cup even if it means playing 12-a- side. This will ensure players will get an appropriate level of competitive rugby and more game time.
Most importantly have some fun
Howard Thomas, Youth Chairman, is responsible for the Berkshire Youth Leagues and Competitions (U13s-U15s). The role encompasses reviewing the structure of these leagues and competitions with the clubs. Supported by Janette Tichband and Steve Cullen in terms of administering the fixtures and results.
Janette Tichband, League Administrator, Email: email@example.com Mobile: 07751 061229.
Steve Cullen, League Adjudicator, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Mobile: 07774 713804.
Updated 23rd April 2018