City of Armagh were the visitors on Saturday morning to Belfast Met for an Ulster U18 Provincial League game.
Belfast Met started with a bang with Ethan Graham converting his own try with only a minute gone. Daniel Porter’s try, out wide, converted by Graham doubled the lead to 14 – 0 after 5 minutes.
City of Armagh were living off scraps at this time unable to get out of their own half.
Graham tries on 15 and 22 minutes, both of which he converted, doubled Belfast Met’s lead to 28-0.
Cameron Patterson’s unconverted try after 31 minutes, compounded Armagh’s problems and when Graham converted his own try on the halftime whistle Armagh found themselves 40-0 down.
The game was called at halftime and, as such, a 40 victory in Belfast Met’s favour recorded on the Ulster Rugby website.
Thereafter for the second period both teams ran attacking and defensive phases and shared 2 tries, Graham scored again for Belfast Met and Callum Clarke for Armagh.
Belfast Met can be more than satisfied with their performance, against an Armagh team, who showed a lot of grit.