Wisbech were so unlucky
Wisbech put up a brave showing against London North East Division Three leaders South WoodhamFerrersatHarecroft Road.
After a scoreless first half, Wisbech were unlucky to have two tries disallowed because the referee was unsighted.
They did take the l ead through a Will Pettit penalty but a late try and penalty from the visitors meantan8- 3 defeat fortheFenboysandjustalosing bonuspointtoshowfortheirefforts.
“Unfortunately the referee failed to see that we scored two perfectly legitimate tries. But when you are down on your luck decisions like that always seem to go against you,” said clubmanagerCliffHumphreys.
“It was a very spirited performanceandeachsquadmember played their part.”
OundlestartedtheNewYear withabang, batteringMidlands Division Four East rivals Aylestone Athletic 53- 0.
They scored after just two minutes through Richard Griffiths and never looked back.#
Griffiths went on to score two tries as did Aly Kachra and Toby Snelling while Sean Murray was voted man- of- thematch.
In Midlands Division Three East there’s no stopping super Stamford.
They walloped Northampton Casuals 43- 0 to make it 12 winsfrom12gamestomaintain a four- point lead at the top over RugbyStAndrews, whowon2212 at Deepings.
Alex Arch and Ross McLean scored tries for Deepings, who gave their man- of- the- match award to Clint Bell.
Wisbech pair Michael Watts( 16) and Pete Lankfer get to grips with a South Woodham Ferrers opponent.