All set up for the top two

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - SPORT -

A BO­NANZA of tries saw Bea­cons­field RFC take the M40 brag­ging rights with a 39-8 win at High Wy­combe on Satur­day.

It also meant they se­cured a fourth win in a row, tak­ing them up to third in the South­ern Coun­ties North ahead of this week­end’s game against the team above them in se­cond – Mar­low.

Bea­cons­field be­gan strongly with an early try from cen­tre Fred­die Pugh, but although Wy­combe drew level with a try and took the lead with a penalty, that was as good as it got for the hosts.

Se­cond row Sean Mor­gan pro­vided a timely pass for wing won­der Druju Labri to re­store Bea­cons­field’s ad­van­tage be­fore Cal­lum Wilkin­son forced his way over to the right of the post to make it 17-8 at half time.

Fur­ther tries were added in the se­cond half from se­cond row Jack Hop­kins, for­ward Joe Brawn and full-back Louis Prow as Bea­cons­field in­creased their dom­i­nance in at­tack, pass­ing with re­mark­able tim­ing and ac­cu­racy.

Some­what inevitably, Druju was not go­ing to be con­tent with one try, and he added a se­cond as well, to take his per­sonal tally to 13 tries in his last four games and sew up the vic­tory.

Try, try again: Dru Labri again starred for Bea­cons­field

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