Chorley RUFC Minis enjoyed a successful day at Colwyn Bay on Sunday.

The first game saw Chorley run out ten tries to two winners.

Tries from Scott Beaumont, Ben Gibbs, Jonathan Smith, Richard Dunlop, Ross Beaumont and two from Scott Beaumont came in the first half.

Chorley conceded an early try at the start of the second half but came back strongly. After some strong defence the ball was turned over and Hannah Brook set up a fantastic try scoring opportunity which was converted William Smith.

This opened up the flood gates and Ben Gibbs scored his second, Scott Beaumont crossed for his hat-trick and Timothy John ran the length of the field to score a fantastic captain's try right at the end.

Paddy Holland should be particularly impressed with his support running and defence in this match.

The second game saw Chorley beat a larger and older Pwllheli team by five tries to four.

Although the scoreline suggest a tight match it was in fact much as the same as the first game, but for some unfortunate errors on or over the try line by Chorley.

Pwllheli opened up the scoring with a strong run up the right flank. This was after some very good early defence which was not sustained resulting in the try for Pwllheli. However, from the re-start some strong straight running and inter passing saw Scott Beaumont cross the line and ground the ball.

Chorley then starting to take advantage of their superior defence and straight running by forcing the Pwtheli team back to their own try line. With the forced turnover, Scott Beaumont went over for his second try in the right hand corner.

Chorley went straight back in to their defensive formations and with some impressive interference from Reece Pozzi, Aimee Brook and Andrew Webb held out Pwllheli once again. The turnover saw Ben Gibbs run in for the first of his two tries. This was the last move of the half.

Chorley then had a momentary lapse in concentration and allowed Pwllheli to run in two unanswered tries bring the game to 3-3.

However, after a few tactical substitutions, Chorley was once again in the driving seat. Richard Dunlop strengthens the defence and made some strong runs with ball in hand.

This pressure saw Scott Beaumont score his second hat trick of the day and restore the lead for Chorley 3-4.

The game then went in to a bit error strewn and with some looses ball handling saw Pwllheli intercept and score, again tying the match at 4-4. With moments to spare and with Chorley's defence back in the ascendancy Chorley drove Pwtheli back to their own try line and with the resulting turnover Ben Gibbs sealed the win scampering over the line for his second try of the game.

Man of the tournament was Richard Dunlop and leading try scorer was Scott Beaumont.

Chorley Minis are back at home this Sunday for a well earned rest while the juniors are at Lightfoot Green, home of Preston Grasshoppers, to play in the next round of the Lancashire Cup.