Redingensians gained a well deserved bonus point victory over an out of sorts Cinderford team.

The visitors had the conditions in their favour in the first-half and soon opened the scoring when a chip ahead was gathered up by centre Steve Bryant to score a try, which Jacob Atkins converted. The home side were making too many unforced errors and their opponents took advantage when a lineout catch and drive resulted in an unconverted try for hooker Ben Henderson. As half-time approached Cinderford finally got some continuity into their play and they responded with a try from Henry Walker to make it 5-12 at the interval.

Soon after the re-start the match was all square, when No8 Aaron Ryan scored a try, which James Moffat converted.  With the game in the balance it was the visitors who showed the greater urgency and they regained the lead with a well taken try from winger Jak Rossiter.  Atkins was on target with a penalty to increase the Rams advantage after 65 minutes, and four minutes from time they wrapped up their victory when Robbie Stapley made good ground to put Greg Illingworth away for the bonus point score.

Cinderford; Eamonn Rees, Harrison Yorke, Reuben Norville, Rob Winchle, Harry Robinson, James Moffat, Jimmy Williams, George Porter (Capt.), Henry Walker, James Tideswell, Dale Lemon, Jack Shields, Marcus Brown, Will Keenan, George Evans.

Replacements; Joe Smart, Will Haly, Dan Broady, George Evans, Alex Frame.

One response to “Cinderford 12-25 Redingensians Rams”

  1. Roger Hawkes says:

    Yes, we lost to a well organised side with a better defense.
    Missed tackles cost us & we need more urgency in the backs.
    All in all I think they were the best team I’ve seen at Dockam Road this season.

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