Boston Rugby Club’s under 16s played their last home game of the season in a thrilling contest against Deepings and Stamford.
They lost 21-19 but it was a contest the young Blue and Whites could well have won.
Deepings scored a try in the opening minute in the corner which was followed by a good conversion.
The lead didn’t last long, as Joby Ancell powered over to score following a period of sustained pressure.
Ten minutes later, Boston scored again through Joe Langford, following a tap penalty, and Tom Hobbs added the conversion.
Deeping and Stamford added a penalty to reduce Boston’s lead to 12-10 at half time
Deeping started the second half as they ended the first and their hard work brought a converted try in the 48th minute to lead 17-12
Josh Cook collected a loose ball to score another try for Boston, with Hobbs converting again.
A period of sustained pressure from Boston followed and they were unlucky not to score.
The final points of the game went to Deepings and Stamford in the 62nd minute with a game-winning try following a charged down kick.
Jordache Stones-Blackman was the star player.
BOSTON: Allen, Ancell, Araujo, Baldam, Baxter, Clark, Colson, Cook, Curtis, Cuthbertson, Donaldson, Gray, Hardstaff, Hobbs, Langford, Moody, Raggo, Scott, Scuffham, Stones-Blackman, C. Taylor, T. Taylor, Williams
Boston are now preparing for their NLD semi-final on Sunday against Ilkeston.