Waysiders are dis­man­tled by Len­zie

Airdrie & Coatbridge Advertiser - - Sports -

Waysiders/Drumpel­lier are still look­ing for their first home points of the sea­son af­ter a 52-14 de­feat to a pow­er­ful Len­zie side.

Len­zie took the lead early-on with a try and con­ver­sion in 15 min­utes, how­ever, the score came against the run of play and the Lan­gloan men fought back into the game.

Ross Fer­gu­son went over for the try for W/D, be­fore scor­ing the con­ver­sion to tie the game.

The sides were evenly matched, with some great back-line run­ning creat­ing some ner­vous mo­ments for the vis­i­tors.

How­ever, W/D were find­ing it dif­fi­cult to de­fend Len­zie’s high-ball tac­tics, and found them­selves 21-7 down at the break.

Len­zie were dom­i­nant in the sec­ond pe­riod, and took con­trol of the game as they scored their fourth try of the game just af­ter half-time to se­cure the bonus point - and put the game out of sight.

There was lit­tle con­so­la­tion for W/D - who scored an­other late try and con­ver­sion as the away side racked up a total of 52.

•Waysiders/Drumpel­lier are on the road again the Satur­day as they travel to Strathaven.

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