Cinderford edged out Fylde to gain a much needed bonus victory, in an enthralling match that saw nine tries scored.

Fylde were quickly onto the attack and Chris Johnson put the first points on the scoreboard with a penalty. The home side soon responded when centre Sam Hanks raced clear through under the posts for a try which Mike Wilcox converted.  Cinderford had two yellow cards awarded against them and the visitors came well into the match with experienced second-row, Paul Arnold grabbing two tries and Johnson kicking one conversion to make it 7-15 after 37 minutes.  Home centre Jack Adams dummied his way over for an unconverted try which brought the half-time whistle.

Once again the visitors were quickly out of the blocks at the start of the second-half with Warren Spragg sprinting over in the corner, Johnson converting.  Cinderford responded when the referee awarded them penalty try which Mark Davies converted.  Play swung from end to end and Ryan De La Harpe scored a converted try for the visitors before Nev Codlin touched down, with Davies adding the extras.

With the visitors also receiving a second yellow card the momentum of the match began to swing towards the home side and they went ahead when Adams crossed for his second try with Davies landing the conversion.  Davies then landed two penalties to put the home team ten points clear, before Johnson replied with a penalty to earn Fylde an extra bonus point.

Man of the match – Jack Adams

Cinderford RFC
Mike Wilcox, Alex Pickersgill, Jack Adams, Sam Hanks, Nev Codlin, Mark Davies, Reece Boughton (Danny Pointon 58), Chris Bundy (Will Davis 58), Tom Bozzard (Finlay Sinclair 58), Elliot Booley, Ed King, Tom Hicks, George Mills, Marcus Brown (Lance Randall 71), George Evans
Unused replacement – Stef Hawley

2 responses to “Cinderford 39-32 Fylde”

  1. cindy13 says:

    a welcome and much needed win. well done!

  2. Dave says:

    What a great day of rugby. Watched the Stags dispatch Drybrook 2nds 48 – 22 in a keenly contested game and then witnessed the boys play with skill, passion and desire to record a 5 point win. Special mention to the front five workhorses they put in a massive shift against much larger opposition….well done lads!

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