Rams in dominant display against limp Bury
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.”