Cam­bus lose their un­beaten run record

Rutherglen Reformer - - The Back Page - Mur­ray Spooner

Cam­bus­lang Rugby Club con­ceded a late penalty which ended their 100 per cent record for the sea­son.

The Coats Park men had gone six games without a de­feat un­til Satur­day where Ste­wartry nar­rowly edged them out with a 32-30 vic­tory.

Two tries from Louis Sen­ter and scores from Alec Bean, David Bolton, Chris Bolton and Greg Mor­ri­son were not enough for The Cam­bus.

Coach Jamie Seery re­vealed the play­ers were dis­ap­pointed with the re­sult.

He said: “Ste­wartry is a hard place to come to and win how­ever, that’s ex­actly what we should have done but we weren’t sharp enough in ar­eas. A lot of things out­with our con­trol hap­pened dur­ing the game but we need to fo­cus on per­for­mance. The boys are gut­ted how­ever, we will move on to next week’s match against Mill­brae and fo­cus on those ar­eas in train­ing.”

The Cam­bus re­main five points clear of Ste­wartry at the top of the BT West Divi­sion 2 as they head into Satur­day’s match.

Mill­brae have won three of their seven games this sea­son but were on the end of a 36-0 thrash­ing from Waysiders Drumpel­lie last week­end.

Record gone Cam­bus lost 32-30 at Ste­wartry

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