RUGBY: Walcot 7 Corsham 44
4:00pm Tuesday 15th October 2013 in Latest Sport News
CORSHAM built on the momentum gained from the previous week’s win over Swanage & Wareham with a fine Southern Counties South triumph in Bath.
Under the watchful eye of international referee Tony Spreadbury, Corsham’s set-piece dominance allowed Dan Goldsworthy to kick to the corner and prop Ed Minty to drive over for the first try.
Goldsworthy added a penalty and Jake Oldaker’s lineout dominance yielded further tries for Alex Twigg and prop Steve Bailey.
Following turnover ball, the Corsham backs broke with Pete Hynes feeding winger Dan Hammond to touch down in the corner.
This was quickly followed up by a score for flanker Jake Oldaker to give Corsham a 30-0 lead at the break.
Walcot came out firing in the second half but Hynes punched a hard line off a set piece to score under the posts following a 50m run, Goldsworthy converting.
After a fine frive from the forwards, scrum half Chris Jones spotted a gap and cantered under the posts, again converted by Goldsworthy.
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