Harrow RFC's Under 11s made easy meat of Hemel Camelot last weekend.
Early scores from Julian Roberts and scrum half Max Whittaker put the hosts in control before full back Lewis GrifftsWalker waltzed through the middle of the park to cross the line.
Max Whittaker then scored his second of the game to give Harrow a 20-0 lead at the break, and it was more of the same after. Skipper Andrew Nurse collected a high ball before weaving his way through the remains of the Hemel defence for a superb individual try, and soon registered his second try after exchanging passes with Lewis Greenan-Barrett. The captain completed his treble late on after a determined gallop through the centre, giving Harrow a 35-0 win.
In the second game Harrow again eased into a 10-0 lead through scores from Griffts-Walker and Oliver Francis. They stepped up a gear after the interval and further tries from Greenan-Barrett,Whittaker, Nurse and Harry Colgate secured a 30-0 triumph.
Meanwhile, a mixed Harrow U7s team won two and drew one of their four games with their Hemel counterparts on Sunday. Harrow's ring rustiness was evident in the opening encounters as they conceded three tries in quick succession. However, some slick passing and excellent support play resulted in a clutch of tries for Charlie McHale and Edward Robeson, making it 3-3 at the break.
Following a stirring team talk at half time by coach John McHale, Harrow pushed for the win with Charlie McHale completing a fine hat-trick, and Edward Stock and Robeson adding further tries to complete a 7-5 victory.
Hemel opened the scoring in match two only for Harrow to reply through Thomas Hutton. Harry James crossed over for the winner.
McHale continued his purple patch with the opening try in the third game, but Hemel countered with three of their own before half time. Two further tries for Harrow proved to be not enough, however, as Hemel sealed a 4-3 win.
In the final game Connor James put Harrow ahead but Hemel levelled up the scores on the stroke of half time. Finlay Morris edged Harrow back in front but Hemel crossed the line for a second time to secure a draw.