Rams in dom­i­nant dis­play against limp Bury

The Rugby Paper - - National League 2 South - ■ By CAMERON TEM­PLE

TWO sec­ond-half tries se­cured yet an­other home vic­tory for Redin­gen­sians against an in­jury-rav­aged Bury St Ed­munds.

The Rams bounced back from their loss away at Taun­ton last week with a dom­i­nant per­for­mance against a Bury side that started the day just two points be­hind them in the table.

They started brightly as usual as Conor Cor­ri­gan burst through with ex­plo­sive pace to score un­der the posts fol­low­ing a dinked kick from Olly Fox­ley.

This was fol­lowed up ten min­utes later as man of the match Andy Berry com­bined with Tom Hum­ber­stone to sup­ply Greg Illing­worth.

It seemed as if the Rams would see the half out qui­etly but Bury se­cured a try through Will Af­fleck to cut the lead.

The Rams came out fly­ing once again in the sec­ond half and put the game to bed as Andy Amor crossed be­fore Illing­worth grabbed his sec­ond.

Spir­ited Bury kept push­ing and found two late tries through Dwayne Cor­co­ran and Will Sc­holes but they could not find a bonus point.

Rams coach Seb Reynolds said: “I thought our play­ers demon­strated great en­thu­si­asm and tempo right from the off.

“We did re­ally well in the sec­ond half to take the game away from Bury but with the amount of in­juries they had I thought they were su­perb.”

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