P6 were up against the strongest teams in the circuit and started with a fast and furious game with Stew Mel Lions. As usual, their fast players posted tries and it became a game of damage limitation and the skill that comes in defence. Madras held back the nifty Edinburgh team to some success and approached their try line more than once but unfortunately they couldn't penetrate their lines and were 8-0 worse off by full time. Next was Melrose and they are another team of fast players, their coach choosing speed over bulk at P6 level. This seemed to work for them and despite Madras again looking dangerous at times, Melrose prevailed 6-0 victors. A very level match came next with Madras finding form and Griffin Levy running into the corner for an early try which was matched by Accies soon after. Jack Headon had success in the second half and Madras looked set to win until Accies touched one down in the dying seconds for a 2-2 draw. The last game was against Heriots and Madras should have won it as they were easily the better side but two defeats and a disappointing draw were taking their toll and unfortunately the home team succumbed to a 2-0 defeat. A great day with some superb rugby on display from ten teams with Howe, Currie, Watsons, Ayr and Aberdeen Grammar also attending. Stew Mel Lions defeated Watsons in a thrilling final and were presented with medals and a trophy. Huge thanks must go to the P6 parents who catered for the entire event, coordinated by Jen Smartt. Around 1000 people attended Station Park between players, coaches and supporting families and were treated to various refreshments over the day.