Sidmouth Colts power to big clean sheet victory at Teignmouth

PUBLISHED: 11:34 11 December 2014 | UPDATED: 11:34 11 December 2014

Action from the Sidmouth Colts big win at Teignmouth

Action from the Sidmouth Colts big win at Teignmouth

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Sidmouth Colts proved too strong for hosts Teignmouth as they powered to an impressive 54-0 success, writes Michael Horsnell.

Sidmouth made a positive start and took the lead inside five minutes when Kyle Baker finished off a powerful surge with the opening try.

Teignmouth responded well and it needed a try-saving tackle from Jake Tansley to deny them an equalising score, Tansley dumping opponent and ball into touch!

The following 20 minutes were more like a game of tennis as the ball was either run, or kicked, from end to end.

The next score arrived following some good rucking by Lucan Horsnell that saw the ball fed quickly to the backs and Angus Eaton finished nicely under the posts.

Aiden Taylor was next to score as the running rugby continued. The final score of the first half came from Lewis Horne who raced clear onto the corner to leave Sidmouth 20-0 to the good at half-time.

After the break Sidmouth played with real confidence with the forwards dominating proceedings and the scoring was begun when Eaton powered over. Horne then weaved his way through a number of challenges prior to off-loading to Aaron Bagwell to cross and a bull-dozing try from Kyle Baker made it 30-0.

Tansley got the next try before Eaton complete a try hat-trick to leave Sidmouth 40-0 up.

Sam Dix tried his luck at twelve, this out of his normal position as prop, and he was rewarded with a powerful running try under the posts and he confidently drop-kicked the conversion to leave Sidmouth 47-0 to the good.

The half century was chalked up by a Conner Woodhouse try and he converted it to complete the scoring.


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