Hinch U-14's Too Strong For Ballymoney

Ballymoney U14’s ¬†0 ¬†Ballynahinch U14’s ¬†43

(James Neil reports from Kilraughts Road on 13 December 2014.)

Hinch carried recent momentum into this league encounter on Saturday and again came away with the points.

Following on from last week’s display away to City of Derry, Hinch railroaded their opponents from start to finish, crossing the line seven times in the process.

The game was less than 5 minutes old when the winger Jonny Falls jinked his way through the opposition to add to his impressive tally this season. Falls has added a ruthless scoring touch this season to his game and he would go on to score again in the second half.

Kyle Gill finished off a neat passage of play by scoring from 2 metres in the corner and forward Cameron McEvoy scored his first try for the club after a mazy run that any winger would have been proud off.

The second half belonged to centre Ryan Burrow, who scored three strong tries, each finished between the posts. On each occasion, Burrows burst through the middle, simply shrugging off the opposition defences with admirable and sometimes bruising strength.

Falls still had time to hug the left touchline and score his second of the match in what proved to be a convincing result for the boys in green.

Final Score: Ballymoney U-14’s 0 Ballynahinch U14’s 43

Man of the Match – Robbie Cockburn-assured performance from the scrum half.