Counties 1 Surrey Sussex
Kingston 12pts Weybridge Vandals 66pts
Vandals keep marching over yet another inspiring performance this time against local rivals Kingston and with confidence soaring they must feel they will be securing their place in the top part of the league table this year.
From the first whistle Vandals were very much in command both in the set pieces and in the phase play, and their overall dominance was reflected in the scoreline. It was from very early on in the game when Vandals began to dominate and although Kingston got some good possession they were unable to mount strong pressure on Vandals, who were constantly in attacking mode and scoring at regular intervals.
The forwards produced plenty of good ball with with try scorers Carl Hoade and James Gulliver relishing the space to attack from the scrum and breakdown as the opportunities opened up for them. Skipper for the day and Centre Harry Reed made good use of the procession that came his way with yet another try and the 54 points difference was well merited.
Vandals U16 side enjoyed more success on Sunday when they beat Old Rutlishians by 34 points to 14 having built up at half time lead of 22 pts to 14
They defended well in the second-half before unleashing some well organized attacks bringing them further tries. The scores were Stanley Herbert Luke Morgan and Alex Bentall but it was a superb teamwork which went a long way to their success with every player showing effort determination and their desire for victory with which they richly deserved