HAVING outplayed Flint the previous week, the Port faced potentially their sternest test yet against a strong Caldy team.
Darting runs by Sam Burns, Harry Evans and Bailey Davies stretched the home team's de-fence before Alex Richardson and Jay Loyden eventually capitalised on the gaps to score the
Caldy briefly fought back with tries of their own before Luke Hammond got in on the try-scoring act and helped steer the Port to a comfortable win.
Captain Ellis Rose marshalled the team well as he showed oropening tries. ganisational skills way beyond his years.
Ellesmere Port's U7s B team also had a winning day against Caldy, but it was a closer affair as tries from Sam Pachter and Tommy Ruffer proved the difference in a 25-20 victory.