Wasps boosted by left back Campbell’s opener in Kentisbeare victory
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West Hill Wasps 4, Kentisbeare 3 Wasps were good value for their seventh win of the Under-14 Division Two season.
With the two sets of players well know to each other through school time, this was always going to be a feisty affair!
The visitors began brightly, but Wasps weathered the early storm and then took charge, deservedly going ahead through left back Frazer Campbell.
Just before the break the advantage was doubled when Toby Harris scored.
The visitors got one back early in the second half and then levelled through a bizarre own goal.
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However parity lasted no more than a minute when a swift Wasps raid ended with Toby Harris netting his second.
Tony Pinder then added a fourth and, despite the visitors getting a late third, Wasps closed the game out well to deservedly bank the points.
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