Great Improvement from Tows
|Author: Paul Smith||Published: 2nd December 2019 16:07|
Ben Barwell scores.
For the first time this season everything stuck as Towcesters rugby skill came to the fore.
From the kick off Tows started putting excellent pressure on Wellingborough who looked to had not expected the fast start to the game.
Andrew Smith found himself on the end of constant pressure against the visitor dotting down out wide.
Five minute later the pressure had not subsided as Jack Wilson got his first of a brace of tries on the day.
Continuing on the same lines of attack Pepe Nanci also added his first of a brace of tries ten minutes after Jack.
James Falvey finally had an easy shot at goal and converted the extras. Half time approached and Tows lead 17 points to nil.
Buoyed on by the first half success Tows can straight out of the blocks moving the ball between players with sensible off loads to give James Falvey his first try of the game.
With the game flowing from one side of the pitch to the other it was long before Tows scored another. Jack Wilson diving over the line for his second. Falvey adding the extras Tows made their three substitutions.
Wellingborourgh finally managed a score after Tows made a simple error in the middle of the park and the heavy forward pack of the opposition final made a dent in the home sides defence.
Tows brushed off the mistake and hit straight back, Liam Wilkinson crashing over out wide followed five minutes later by Pep Nanci second. Falvey converts putting Tows back into a commanding lead.
The final 15 minutes of the half was all about Towcester.
Callum Jones followed by Ben Barwell then Cam Young and three more tries to put Wellingborough complete out of the game.
A convincing win showing that when the ball sticks Tows are a great attacking side.
There is no game next weekend as it is the first round of the Alliance Cup on Wednesday night at home against Northampton Casuals.
With a full strength side available for this game it will hopefully be another try bonanza.