Tows Run Away With It Against Market Rasen
|Author: Hugo Austin||Published: 28th October 2012 17:41|
Tows push for the line - Captain Liam Wilkinson with ball in hand
Towcestrians 36 - Market Rasen & Louth 12
With both clubs in this game suffering from their injury problems and standing in the middle of the table, points were like gold dust. Tows injury problem were in the front row, Charlie Moulton and James Hodges answering the call to play their first game of the season.
Tows Quickly took the lead, the captain Liam Wilkinson setting an example by dotting over. This was followed by Tows try of the season, this involved Charlie barker running from his own posts, the ball travelled excellently through the hands of the support for Matt Yuill to finish a scintillating try which stunned the visitors.
Consecutive yellow’s for both sides saw Rasen’s forwards deive over for their first of the afternoon.
On His return to the 1st team, Sam Sturley ran in Tows third try. Falvey’s second conversion made the score 19 – 5.
Young Scrum half Gus Hopewell’s quick thinking in a penalty situation created a try which was finished by Chrissie George. It was not looking good for Rasen.
However to the credit of Rasen they forced Tows back. Pressure building rapidly Tows gave away a hotly contested penalty try. This finished the half.
Tows second half started well after a nicely worked Matt Yuill try, however their superiority began to slip as they gave away penalty after penalty through the half.
With Charlie Barker picking up a yellow card and total possession being with the visitors the game looked as though it would escape Tows grasp. Only total defensive commitment keeping Resan at Bay.
The game finished with Tows having a rare visit into Resan’s half, Gus Hopewell running in to score.
Next week Tows travel to Spalding KO 2:15.
Towcestrians 2s 78 - Wellingborough 2s 12
Referee Paul Rodgers refereed his 2,998th game.
Wellingborough 3s 10 - Towcestrians 3s 56
Aylesbury Colts 5 – Tows Colts 60