YOUTH RUGBY: Double success for Royal Wootton Bassett teenagers
6:01am Wednesday 30th October 2013 in Sport
Salisbury RFC U17s 0
Royal Wootton Bassett RFC U17s 29
DAVID BEAL scored two tries and two conversions in Royal Wootton Bassett U17s comprehensive county cup win at Salisbury.
Further tries from Corey McLaran-Hunt, Scott Douglas, Chris Coleman and Tom Davies saw the visitors record a 29-0 win and earn a home second round tie against Marlborough on November 3.
Corsham RFC U15s 7
Royal Wootton Bassett RFC U15s 17
DIVISION 1 side Bassett came away from in-form Corsham with their fourth consecutive away win, outscoring their hosts by three tries to one.
Flanker Cian Erry was first to score after six minutes when he pounced on a handling error at a line-out; Will Fieldsend duly converted.
Corsham struck back after 17 minutes when, after winning the ball against the head at a scrum, their speedy winger went over between the posts; the conversion was again successful
The second half was to belong to Bassett's flying wingers.
The first try came following a solid scrum in the Corsham 22, after which the ball was worked to Jake Hughes-Mileson who outpaced the defence to touch down in the corner.
Five minutes later, a training ground move orchestrated by George Blake saw the ball worked to winger Sean Norris to touch down in the opposite corner.