Exmouth swiftly back to winning ways with Bracknell success
Exmouth brushed aside the major disappointment of the previous match defeat – the semi-final loss to Brixham – to return swiftly to winning ways
The Berkshire side had recently defeated table-topping Redingensians and arrived in East Devon knowing that only a win would keep their hopes of title success on the front burner!
For the Cockles the match mission was clear – bag a win and second place would be consolidated immensely.
The Cockles made an explosive start to the game! Straight from kick-ff a 40-metre break by Ollie Pyne put the home side on the front foot and, when the visitors were caught off-side, George Meadows slotted the resultant penalty.
The restart was again well fielded by the home side and, once play was quickly back in the Bracknell half, slick inter-play between forwards and backs allowed debutant
Henry Goldson the opportunity to run at the defence. He stepped inside, threw a dummy and left all in his wake as he cruised to the line under the posts and Meadows slotted a straight forward kick to make it 10-0.
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