Im­pres­sive Bea­cons­field ‘have not set any goals this sea­son’

Head coach Tat­ter­sall praise side for lat­est vic­tory but in­sists they have not thought of pro­mo­tion

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league, but at the same time, if we we don’t, we could eas­ily slide back down the ta­ble.”

Brothers Ryan (wing) and Sean (se­cond row) Mor­gan both crossed the try-line against Bletch­ley, while kicker Ross Ritchie’s haul in­cluded a 45m penalty and full-back Lewis Sten­son was named man of the match.

It was all a far cry from Bea­cons­field’s first game back af­ter Christ­mas, in which they were soundly beaten 22-0 at home by pro­mo­tion ri­vals Ayles­bury.

Tat­ter­sall added: “Ayles­bury was a wake-up call. It’s al­ways dif­fi­cult af­ter Christ­mas for any team, hav­ing not trained that much, but I’m re­ally happy with our re­sponse to that

Bea­cons­field (yel­low and green) in ac­tion against Bletch­ley; (right) man of the match Lewis Sten­son

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