Hornets Colts celebrate with awards evening

PUBLISHED: 09:32 12 May 2017

Hornets Colts.

Hornets Colts.


Hornets Colts celebrated their successful season with an end-of-season awards ceremony.

Hornets Colts held their end-of-season presentation and awards evening at the club in the presence of club chairman, Brad Speller, along with 100 family members of the team.

The 1st XV captain, Chris Francis, handed out to each player a cup final photo and souvenir. One major award was awarded to Tyler Haynes as the junior colt of the year. The other awards will be handed out at the club dinner on May 26.

The season was summed up by coach Ian Humphris: Played 22, won 19, lost 3, points for 838, points against 383.

Top appearances: Jake Middleton (22); top tries: Jim Constable (18); top points: Jordan Humphris (188).

It was a successful season where this set of Colts reached the final of the Gloucester County Cup and were champions of the Somerset County Cup.

Half the team now move up to the seniors and the other half will join up with this years Under-16s and will defend their title next season.

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