Cinderford completed their pre-season programme with a five try victory over a spirited Launceston side.

The home side looked a little laboured in the first-half and it took them 17 minutes to open the scoring when second-row Will Schloes touched down, after a spell of pressure near their opponents try-line.  Right on the stroke of half-time Will Goodridge-Clark forced way over for a well taken try, which Ben Penfold converted to make it 12-0 to Cinderford at the interval.

The second-half started with an excellent try from home centre Rob Winchle, as the ball went through numerous hands.  Cinderford were well on top at this stage and debutant hooker Davy McGregor was next to score, following some more fine approach play, with Penfold on target with the conversion.

A fifth try followed for Milo Reynolds, from a lineout catch and drive to make it 29-0 with ten minutes remaining.  Launceston continued to show plenty of commitment however, and their efforts were rewarded with two well deserved tries in closing stages from Ed McGinley and Paul Hamber.

Cinderford team: Mike Wilcox (capt), Harrison Yorke, Sam Hanks, Robbie Winchle, Jack O’Connell, Ben Penfold, Louis Silver, Will Goodrick-Clarke, Davy McGregor, Francisco Bruno, Will Scholes, Milo Reynolds, Marcus Brown, Sid Blackmore, George Mills.

Replacements: Dino Dallavelle, Sam Baker, Matt Lane, Roger Birkin, Danny Pointon, Ollie Whiitng,

Cinderford United 64-0 Launceston ‘A’

The United proved too strong for a gallant but outplayed Launceston side, in this pre-season match played before the 1st XV encounter.
Prop Toby Farrier was in good form and he touched down twice in the early stages, with further tries following at regular intervals from Terence Babarinsa 2, Matt Lane, Ollie Whiting, Liam Littleton, Jimmy Williams, Alex Frame and Alex Jackson.
James Moffat kicked four conversions, Whiting two and Jake Lines one.

One response to “Cinderford 29-10 Cornish All Blacks”

  1. Roger Hawkes says:

    Yes, a comfortable win, but sterner opposition next & will need to be more organised.
    What worried me was the number of missed tackles, which will prove costly if not remedied.
    Good to see some determined running in the backs & the pack had their moments, but need to be a more supportive at the breakdown.
    Hope it comes good this week.

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