RUGBY UNION: A seven-try haul from Jack Trundley helped West Norfolk u16s to a 64-12 Norfolk Cup first round win over Holt.
Trundley opened the scoring and converted his own try before adding the extras to one from Tom Hitchcock.
Trundley’s second try was converted by Hitchcock and his third made it 28-0 at the half-time break.
The onslaught continued in the second half with Trundley soon adding his fourth before Dawson Hunter picked up the ball and drove forward to a set up a solid ruck, which allowed the ball to be moved to Hitchcock who broke through to touch down.
Hitchcock then took the ball at pace and stopped just short of the line to offload out of the back of his hand to the oncoming Henry Hoyles to crash over for a try.
Holt’s drove forward with their pack to score after numerous phases of play but West came back straight as Trundley outpaced the defence to score.
He went over for another, converted by Olly Spurrier before Holt scored a converted try.
The scoreline was completed when Trundley beat the visitors’ defence to score his seventh try.
λ King’s Lynn born Alistair Price was on the bench on Saturday for Scotland against Australia.
The 23-year-old Glasgow Warriors scrum-half left Wisbech Grammar School in 2011, and played for West Norfolk and Bedford Blues, where he was part of the Saracens Storm A league set-up, before signing a professional contract with Glasgow Warriors.
The u20 Scottish international will have to wait a little longer for his full debut, failing to get a nod for a chance off the bench in the Scots’ 23-22 defeat.