A tough start to the new term for the Enniskillen U13 side as they travelled to Portadown to play a return fixture against Killikomaine Junior High. From kick-off it was clear that the Killicomaine side wanted revenge for the defeat they suffered earlier in the season. Within the opening minutes their centre scored the first of 3 tries as a result of the ERGS side seeming somewhat unorganised and uncommitted. Following a brief team talk and re-group the team did then begin to play the rugby they were capable of and as half time approached the ERGS side started to look the better team putting Killikomaine under significant pressure, eventually allowing full-back Harry Ingram the chance to crash his way over the line and converted successfully by Shay Owen.
As the second half started the Enniskillen boys now had the bit between their teeth and consistently attached the Killikomaine line. The pressure was proving a little too much, Killikomaine conceded a number of penalties and soon found themselves retreating down the pitch. A fantastic spread of the ball followed by a series of quick rucks and recycles to Nathan Armstrong then allowed ERGS to score their second try, once again converted successfully by Shaw Owen. The score was now 19-14 and victory was in reach. The home side were feeling the pressure and made the decision to bring back on their star centre who had gone off injured earlier in the game. It wasn’t long before he made his presence felt again with an impressive chip and chase followed by a crash ball, scoring two try’s in the dying minutes to seal a frustrating victory for the home side.