Wisbech Rugby Club beat Norwich Union at Harecroft Road while their youngsters were on their travels
Wisbech beat Norwich Union 67-10 at Harecroft Road in their first league meeting since 2003.
There was strong running from both sides, but it was Wisbech who won the opening forays and centre James Napier touched down under the post to register the first points for the Men in Red.
Wisbech added two further tries through Raimondas Vinksna and Harry Holmes before Norwich Union showed grit and determination to score a try of their own.
Wisbech’s try scoring bonus point was secured before half time with Isaia Baro finishing a well worked break.
Baro found space in the corner for another try soon after the start of the second half.
Minutes later Isaac Tunikula who had been a constant treat danced through to score under the posts.
Norwich Union continued to tackle hard, but Kerrie McMullen was able to find Solomon Prestidge who stretched out under the posts.
Holmes completed a brace for himself as did Tunikula, giving Wisbech a large margin over the away side.
A period of pressure from Norwich seen them score another try of their own, before Sam Anderson scored the final points of the match.
Isaac Tunikula's continues threat with the ball in hand earned him the Wisbech Round Table man of the match award.
The Wisbech U9s/U10s squad, playing as Tigers and Wildcats, travelled for matches against their counterparts from Peterborough RFC & St Neots RFC.
The Wisbech players worked hard to attack as a team looking for passes to avoid tags and touches. All showed a real determination to go forward with the ball and there was lots of elusive running. The work rate did not drop in defence with both the Tigers and Wildcats showing great team spirit by chasing hard to collect tags and make touches.
The young players also showed excellent behaviour and respect in observing the two minute silence to mark Remembrance Sunday.