Bucks Fizz for brave Buzzards
Bruised, battered and bloodied, the team in the blue and white hoops did the club proud this morning over at Buckingham.
Head Coach Harry Charter asked for three things from the boys; work rate, teamwork and commitment. It’s fair to say every single player provided that (and more) on an overcast day against a much improved Buckingham side.
The intent displayed by the boys was evident from the outset with James Crook leading the charge from the forwards, Billy Quinn marshalling the backline and Harrison Debbage-Price pulling the strings at scrum-half.
The boys importantly demonstrated great resilience throughout the three 20 minutes played and refused to let their heads go down when conceding points.
Archie Corkett made a long-awaited return to the squad after a season disrupted by injury.
Harrison Debbage-Price was the first Buzzards player on the scoresheet quickly followed by William McAndrew who scored his first try in a Buzzards shirt (subsequently followed by a second later in the match). Sacha Page joined the scorers showing typical strength and elusiveness in his running. William Cooper picked up a brace with Jack Charter, a late replacement this morning, completing the scoring for Buzzards.
Huge credit must to all the players for a true squad performance; Archie, Bertie, Billy, Isaac, James, Louie, Harry P, Jack, William P, William C, William Mc, Sacha, George & Harrison.