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GALLERY: Stowmarket Colts festival

14:10 26 October 2012

Stowmarket Colts 15/15 for Love Rugby. Stowmarket Rugby Club.



West Cliffe (white) v Norwich.



With the ball is Nathan Alden.

Stowmarket Colts 15/15 for Love Rugby. Stowmarket Rugby Club. West Cliffe (white) v Norwich. With the ball is Nathan Alden.

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Stowmarket held its Colts 15/15 Festival at the weekend.

The cup winners were Colchester, who beat Stowmarket in the final.

The Plate winners were Westcliff, who saw off Norwich.

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