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Bridgwater and Albion 29- Teignmouth 28

| 08/12/2018

A hat trick of tries from Wayne Sprangle saw Bridgwater and Albion return to winning ways but they were run close by a Teignmouth side who remained competitive right until the end of a match.

The hosts had the better of the early play and after six minutes took the lead with a try from returning player coach Sprangle following a run down the left touchline by Will Monro.
Mid way through the half Teignmouth were reduced to 14 men after they had a player yellow carded but shortly afterwards they took the lead following a good break from their own half which resulted in Sterling Mallory scoring a try which he then converted.
Bridgwater grabbed back the lead on the half hour mark thanks to another dazzling run down the touchline from Monro that resulted in the ball being passed to Sprangle who scored his second try which Stuart Heal converted.
Tom Fournier made a strong break for the hosts and almost reached the try line before he was held up and the danger was eventually cleared.
With four minutes of the half remaining Monro produced another magical run down the left flank from his own half before off loading to Sprangle who crashed over for his hat-trick try, which made the score 17-7 at the break.
Three minutes after the re-start Teignmouth reduced the arrears when Luke Pattison scored a try which Mallory converted.
Bridgwater then enjoyed a good spell of pressure during which they scored two tries. The first came on the hour when Ryan Barnett went over a for a try under the posts that Heal converted. Five minutes later Ollie Dunn rounded off a good move across the backs when he scored an unconverted try.
Even though they were trailing by 15 points Teignmouth refused to give up and in the last few minutes of the match they scored two converted tries, the first from George Mowson with two minutes of the game remaining, and the second soon after from George Franklin, both of which Mallory converted to make the final score 29-28 to the hosts.
Bridgwater and Albion- Tries- Wayne Sprangle (3), Ollie Dunn and Ryan Barnett. Conversions- Stuart Heal- 2
Bridgwater and Albion- Matt Ranson, Gavin Knight, Niell Bezuidenhout, George Musgrave, Dan Kemmish, Gareth Clywd- Jones, Ollie Dunn, Wayne Sprangle, Tom Fournier d’ Albe, Stuart Heal (capt), Kyran Devitt, Taylor Buller, Ryan Barnett, Will Monro and James Collings.
Replacements- Craig Blyde and Ethan Trebble- Westlake (both used) and Matt House.

Bridgwater and Albion 29- Teignmouth 28

 

A hat trick of tries from Wayne Sprangle saw Bridgwater and Albion return to winning ways but they were run close by a Teignmouth side who remained competitive right until the end of a match.

The hosts had the better of the early play and after six minutes took the lead with a try from returning player coach Sprangle following a run down the left touchline by Will Monro.

Mid way through the half Teignmouth were reduced to 14 men after they had a player yellow carded but shortly afterwards they took the lead following a good break from their own half which resulted in Sterling Mallory scoring a try which he then converted.

Bridgwater grabbed back the lead on the half hour mark thanks to another dazzling run down the touchline from Monro that resulted in the ball being passed to Sprangle who scored his second try which Stuart Heal converted.

Tom Fournier made a strong break for the hosts and almost reached the try line before he was held up and the danger was eventually cleared.

With four minutes of the half remaining Monro produced another magical run down the left flank from his own half before off loading to Sprangle who crashed over for his hat-trick try, which made the score 17-7 at the break.

Three minutes after the re-start Teignmouth reduced the arrears when Luke Pattison scored a try which Mallory converted.

Bridgwater then enjoyed a good spell of pressure during which they scored two tries. The first came on the hour when Ryan Barnett went over a for a try under the posts that Heal converted. Five minutes later Ollie Dunn rounded off a good move across the backs when he scored an unconverted try.

Even though they were trailing by 15 points Teignmouth refused to give up and in the last few minutes of the match they scored two converted tries, the first from George Mowson with two minutes of the game remaining, and the second soon after from George Franklin, both of which Mallory converted to make the final score 29-28 to the hosts.

Bridgwater and Albion- Tries- Wayne Sprangle (3), Ollie Dunn and Ryan Barnett. Conversions- Stuart Heal- 2

Bridgwater and Albion- Matt Ranson, Gavin Knight, Niell Bezuidenhout, George Musgrave, Dan Kemmish, Gareth Clywd- Jones, Ollie Dunn, Wayne Sprangle, Tom Fournier d’ Albe, Stuart Heal (capt), Kyran Devitt, Taylor Buller, Ryan Barnett, Will Monro and James Collings.

Replacements- Craig Blyde and Ethan Trebble- Westlake (both used) and Matt House.

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