Rams bounce back

Ton­bridge Jud­di­ans 24 Redin­gen­sians Rams 47

The Wokingham Paper - - RUGBY -

REDIN­GEN­SIANS bounced back from their nar­row de­feat to lead­ers Cin­der­ford with a thump­ing vic­tory at Ton­bridge Jud­di­ans.

Rams racked up 47 points, their big­gest haul of the sea­son, to leapfrog their op­po­nents and move up to sev­enth in the ta­ble.

Winger Conor Cor­ri­gan broke the dead­lock in just the third minute be­fore the lead was ex­tended fol­low­ing a penalty try after a dom­i­nant scrum.

Ste­vie Bryant added a third try be­fore the half hour and the hosts were left trail­ing 19-0 at the break.

De­spite play­ing into the wind after the restart, Redin­gen­sians quickly se­cured a bonus point when Tom Vooght crossed the white­wash.

Jor­dan Souter added a fifth be­fore Ton­bridge fi­nally burst into life to drag the score back to 33-17.

But the game was com­pletely killed off in the 71st minute when Jak Ros­siter gath­ered the ball from an Olly Fox­ley grub­ber kick.

Rams re­turn to Old Bath Road on Saturday to host strug­gling Broad­street (2.30pm).


SIRENS kicked off their sea­son with vic­tory over Brack­nell Ladies.

The scores were locked at 0-0 at half-time, but Sirens pulled away to win 14-0 with Zoe Poole bag­ging both tries.

CROWTHORNE are still seek­ing their first win of the cam­paign, but have at least be­gan trou­bling the scor­ers.

After con­ced­ing their Berks, Bucks and Oxon opener and then be­ing thumped 77-0 and 27-0, the Crows were beaten in week four 33-15 at Abing­don.

Pic­tures: Tim Pit­field

Lock Ol­lie Taylor on the charge sup­ported by cap­tain Rob­bie Sta­p­ley.

Ste­vie Bryant scored a first half try

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