The first U15 game of Day 2 saw Yorkshire play a stunning second half against the West Midlands to overcome a five point deficit at half time (7-12) and edge out a 19-16 win.

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Defending champions the North West then continued their strong form as they worked to a 9-0 advantage against Wales at the end of the first half. Wales put on a fantastic performance in the second half, but it was the North West who took a 28-8 victory.

Looking upon to build upon their silver medal from 2013, Northern Ireland raced to a 24-0 lead against the East Midlands. Whilst the East Midlands continued to battle hard at both ends of the court, it was Northern Ireland who earned a 32-3 win.

London then got off to a fantastic start as they built to a 6-0 lead against the South East. The South East, however, rallied together in the second half as they fought back to a 13-8 triumph.

An incredible game between Yorkshire and Scotland treated spectators to another real thriller as Scotland took the first half by 12-10 before Yorkshire hit back to level the game at 18 points apiece at the end of regular time. After a nailbiting period of extra time, it was Yorkshire who emerged victorious by 20-18.

Wales put on a fantastic performance against the North East, playing their way to a 15-7 lead at half time before preventing a great comeback by the North East - Wales taking the game by 20-15.

The West Midlands then built to an 8-2 lead against the East Midlands before closing out the match by 20-9.

With a win guaranteeing the team top spot in Pool A, the North West played a solid first half against the London to take an 8-2 advantage at half time.  With the lead behind them, the North West played an incredible final half to take a 30-2 triumph and first position in the pool.

Northern Ireland then secured top spot in Pool B, earning a 16-2 lead against Scotland in the first half before pushing forwards to a 32-6.

Final Pool Standings

Play Offs

It was the North West who were first to secure a semi final spot as they battled to a 34-4 win against Scotland, building upon a strong 14-2 first half.

The West Midlands then became the second team to qualify for the semi finals: finding another level to extend their first half lead (2-0) against the South East to take a 20-4 win.

Yorkshire earned the third semi final spot with a nailbiter against London; the teams tied on 4 points apiece at the end of the first half. In the end the game came down to just two points and it was Yorkshire who edged the win by 12-10.

The final quarter final saw Northern Ireland build to a 15-2 lead over Wales by half time. The second half was a much closer affair, but it was Northern Ireland who earned a 24-9 victory.

The last U15 game of Day 2 saw the first of the 9th/10th Play Off games go to the North East who soared to an 8-2 advantage in the first half. The second half saw both teams sinks four points apiece – the North East therefore taking the win by 12-6.

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