Stags 66 Horden IIs 0

By SOS - September 10 2012
Stags 66 Horden IIs 0
Pinchen A new look stags team took to the field for the first time this season. And although early mistakes were made it didn’t take long for them to take control of the game ..

 A very young looking pack with two 18 year olds in the front row supplied a steady flow of ball for the free running backs. But it was the constant support running that was the feature of the game with Ian Pinchen at the head of several strong running attacks.

There were eight different try scorers in the total of ten tries, Martin Boatman, Peter Youll, Chris Young, Luke Mills, Harry Harper, Chris Forrest, Peter Hodgson 2, and  Ian Pinchen 2 with Luke Mallinson converting Eight.

With a difficult away game at Percy Park next week this was a great start and with some excellent individual performances from the likes of Pinchen , Scott Butcher, Tim Blades and Nathan Wales it was the all round team performance that willl please the coaching staff  

 
Stags 66 Horden IIs 0
Official West Hartlepool RFC (IP Logged)
10/09/2012 09:59
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Re: Stags 66 Horden IIs 0
HordenLad (IP Logged)
10/09/2012 13:18
Didnt think the score was a fair reflection of the game to be honest, couldnt fault the effort from our lads playing with a very under strength team and ultimatly fitness levels were key to such a win. Good luck for the rest of the season and look forward to a closer game later in the year

 
Re: Stags 66 Horden IIs 0
West.fan (IP Logged)
10/09/2012 20:51
Yeah, tend to agree with Hordenlad, it was a great win for west on the day and a team needs to be well disciplined and organised to score 66 points, so well done but history tells us Horden are always a good side and will come back stronger as the season goes on.

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