Canton RFC 10 v Cefn Coed RFC 60pts
CEFN travelled to Canton where they played on the newly laid 4G pitch, which seemed to suit the Wolves, as they ran out convincing winners gaining a very much needed bonus point which has been avoiding them over the last few games. The game started at a cracking pace. CEFN took the lead with a well taken try by scrum half Cameron Trowbridge. His electric blindside break resulted in the first try of the game which was converted by his halfback partner Luke Williams. However, this early 7 nil lead was quickly wiped out when the number 8 for Canton used his pace to score a converted try under the posts. From the kick off the ball went out on the full and from the resultant scrum on the halfway line the home side made good ground up the middle of the field before being awarded a penalty. This was converted to take the score to 10-7. With the play going from end to end CEFN levelled the score with another penalty and took the lead on the stroke of halftime with another penalty to lead 10-13 at the break.
The second half began with CEFN going on the attack with the forwards taking control of the game. Those who travelled to support the team were then treated to an excellent display by the Wolves who totally dominated the rest of the half. Tries came at regular intervals through Gareth Williams(2) Jared Walters,Cameron Trowbridge, Darryl Rooney Rhys Davies and a penalty try. Credit must be given to Canton who at no time gave up although their pack were being driven back and did not revert to the dreaded uncontested scrum used by others in the league.
This away win has set up the side for the exciting battle against PENYGRAIG at the Patch next week who are currently in second position in the league.
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