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Ballynahinch P5 Minis Attend Dominos Pizza Mini Rugby Festival
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The Hinch Minis.

The Hinch Minis.

Ballynahinch P5’s Minis made the journey to Banbridge RFC on Saturday to take part in the Ulster Rugby Dominos Pizza sponsored Under 9’s Mini Rugby Festival writes Richard Hart

A Hinch Mini in action.

A Hinch Mini in action.

Playing against some very strong opposition, the Hinch P5 squad split into two teams, the Bucks and the Stags to take Minis from Banbridge, Lurgan, Dromore, Portadown, Lisburn and Armagh.

A fiercely contest set of games ensued, with the Hinch Minis producing some very notable performances and also getting to enjoy free pizzas courtesy of Dominos during a break in the games, dished out by Ulster Captain Johann Muller and his Ulster team mate Roger Wilson.
The Festival finished with a short ceremony to give out two awards, both chosen by the Ulster Branch Staff running the event, with one for Fair Play which went to Armagh Minis 2nd Team and one for Best Skills which went to the Ballynahinch Bucks squad!!
Young Hinch players in possession.

Hinch stags make a break watched by Michael Preston P5 coach.

The Ballynahinch Bucks squad consisted of –  Ross Graham, Kai Shields, Reuben McKibbin, Benjamin Hart, Sam McConnell, Noah Kennedy, Henry Johnson, JoJo Naga, Devin Crutchley, Callum Lamont, Dylan Brown, Rory McBride, Tiernan Keating.

The Ballynahinch Stags Squad acquitted themselves exceptionally well also with some great rugby being played.