Doncaster 0 Dinnington 19
Dinnington Under 11s sealed an impressive victory at Doncaster, after a game of two halves.
In the first half Dinnington struggled to get out of their own terroitory.
Cold fingers and good defence by Doncaster forced errors from their visitors.
But as the half wore on Dinnington became more of a force in the rucks and gained yards.
At half-time both defences had kept the game all square without any scores.
It was all to play fo after the break and Dinnington found another gear and were able todrive Doncaster back; defence becoming attack.
Good work by forwards resulted in a score in the corner from Alex Fish.
Doncaster were forced onto the back foot again, and when they ventured forward, Dinnington got back in numbers behind the ball to stop the attack.
Good work down the blindside resulted in a well timed pass from Harry Brown to Kieran Philips whose angle of running sliced through the defence to score a try in the corner.
The last play of the game saw Dinnington drive over the line, and from the mass of players Reece Wilks emerged to score a try.
Korben Holmes did well on his debut, and the win was underpinned by defence.
Brown notched two conversions for the 19-0 victory.
Another performance of note was that of first-time referee Mark Bignell.