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wow! OUTSIDE Thursday...

Av ricardo rodriguez - 17 april 2009 02:37

The red players dominated the opening period with tries from the open line and they gived long penalty.

We arrived without our skipper and our forwards play today, then our lock's leadership and dynamism was sorely missed.


Our fly-half MT missed an early penalty chance that was simple by the backs captain's standards.

But the home side were soon ahead through "little man", as the record try scorer added another to bring his all-time tally to 30 points.

  P missed his first penalty attempt to try and get his team on the score-sheet, then spurned a second chance as the team opted to go for an attacking line that was repulsed.

Although the backs line-out was not firing on all cylinders, their support play certainly was and the number eight had to suffer the indignity of being shoved off their own ball.


However, C f was having more of a struggle with his place kicks in a tricky wind and a second chance also went wide.

A fine backs move then earned a try, although the final pass from C to Little man.

Despite being a few man down, we conjured a decisive pass with many tries as they kept faith with their running game.

Outstanding all many times, found a gap out on the left to send wing Gurra away, with lock Henrik appearing in support to send Ragnar over with a skilful round-the-corner pass.


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