ARDROSSAN Accies Minis headed to Glasgow on Sunday to take on Allan’s Glen RFC under heavy skies. 
However, the wind and rain failed to dampen the bounding enthusiasm of the youngsters, who once again put in 100% effort into their performance.
The P4 team took on their hosts in three 10-minute games. The rugby was fast and free-flowing with tries coming in thick and fast. The new rules adopted this season were perfectly showcased with the ball in play constantly and all players getting an opportunity to get their hands upon it. The Accies emerged victorious in three close games thanks to the effort of their star players Ethan Sweenie, Riley Anderson and Logan Gallacher, with all boys nothing short of devastating in attack and defence.
P5 and P6 merged to take on Allan’s Glen P5 team who proved to be a formidable opponent. Their speed, organisation and passing ability were a sight to behold. However, the Accies used their more powerful players to swing the game their way, eventually emerging victorious. Star player Neil Mulholland typified that physicality with some crunching tackles and powerful runs through the defence. He was joined by the unstoppable Innes McNichol, who scythed through would-be tacklers to score several tries.
P7 took on Allan’s Glen P6/7 team, scoring several tries in the opening few minutes in what was a dominant performance. The wet conditions meant passes were spilled and the Accies were quick to exploit that, latching on to loose balls to run in more tries. Findlay Crawford had his strongest performance for the club, putting in one thundering tackle after another in addition to surging runs with ball in hand. He was joined by Harris McNichol as star of the day, with the latter player scoring his first, second and third tries for the club - all in one match.