According to the report of our field correspondent, these U15 and U16 Stockport Rugby lads are a potential danger for their teachers.
The boys, they wrote our correspondent, are always keen on anything and their energy reserve is bigger than Russia’s oil capacity. The boys left their Grammar School and the Grey Island on December 7th and on that same day, they were walking around Cascais seafront and training on the beach. On the following day, they strolled around Cascais city centre, and, on the afternoon, they beat Belas and Sporting, two Portuguese rugby teams, and happily engage in a party with them, after the games.
Our correspondent, a veteran, was thinking about resting on the sacred Saturday of December 9th, but plans shared during an early breakfast took all the illusions away from him. Old Lisbon is waiting for us, informed one of the lads, and off they went, discovering some old treasures like Mosteiro dos Jerónimos and, of course, serious shopping outlets, as Colombo Commercial Centre. in the evening, no rest again. The feature was a football game between Old Glory Benfica and Estoril. On Sunday, our correspondent was asking for mercy, but mercy was denied by the boys. Two more games, against prestigious Belenenses and Agronomia, and once more it was sadly to soon to end the party.
On the following day, Stockport Rugby Teams went back home very happy. Our correspondent resigned.