The Colts kicked off their season with some intense play against a strong and physical Bromyard side but they held their own and created some great opportunities to finish the game 34-14 up.
The game started with an early and well worked try for Bromyard which was converted with an excellent kick. Camp Hill held their nerve and settled into the game and got on the boards in the 20th minute with a fantastic run from Lewis Cooper, stepping his way over the line round 2 defenders. Luke Hemmings placed the kick superbly to even the score. The second try came 12 minutes later when Warrick Dubois-Gayere scooped the ball off the ground without breaking stride and carried it over the line. Luke Hemmings stepped up for his second conversion of the match. In the closing minutes of the first half Lewis Copper did it again, running in his second try of the game outwards the wing. At this point his Dad was starting to worry about a hat trick and the new tradition where he would have to buy the rest of us a pint. A much more challenging position for the kick this time and the conversion just floated wide. First half ended 19-7 to Camp Hill.
The second half started quickly with another brilliant run from Warrick Dubois-Gayere getting over the line for his second try. Bromyard fought back well spending a lot of time in the Camp Hill half and their commitment paid off with a well worked try and a solid conversion. At 61 minutes Bromyard gave away a penalty which Luke Hemmings neatly converted to take the lead to 27-14. The Camp Hill team showed a high level of fitness and stamina fighting hard all the way to the final whistle which was proceed by an intense pressure around the Bromyard try line leading to an excellent try from Alex Simpson and another conversion from Luke Hemmings. Final Score 34-14 to Camp Hill.