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Rutherglen Reformer - - The Back Page - Jonathan Ged­des

Cam­bus­lang coach Jamie Seery was de­lighted at his team’s last gasp hero­ics again at the week­end – but he wishes they’d stop cut­ting things so close.

Cam­bus scored a try on the last play of the game for the sec­ond week run­ning, push­ing them past Ste­wartry 29-24.

The dra­matic fin­ish came just seven days af­ter a sim­i­lar ef­fort en­sured the lo­cal lads de­feated Irvine.

Jamie said: “We’d have liked it to be a bit more com­fort­able than that, but it’s good char­ac­ter for the guys to come back from that deficit and win. Ide­ally we won’t be do­ing that too of­ten though.”

The late drama came af­ter Cam­bus­lang thought they’d blown their chances.

A late break with three min­utes ended when the Coats Park team were whis­tled for a for­ward pass, giv­ing their op­po­nents the ball.

How­ever Cam­bus­lang’s im­pres­sive scrum man­aged to re­gain the ball, and Greg Mor­ri­son pow­ered over in in­jury time to win it.

The re­sult leaves Cam­bus­lang third in the ta­ble, and they travel to Al­lan Glen’s this week­end.

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