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Re: Match Thread
Posted by: dr.bath1865
Date: 09/02/2018 23:26
A very good win in the end but I can't work out how bad Saints were and whether a slightly better side might have had us, like Scarlets or Wasps, 20-0 down after 20 minutes.

But we slowly got a foothold, won the collisions through Dunn, Philips, Hurrell and Brew and KF and Fred got us downfield. Banahan's try (did Taps not knock it on?) was a turning point.

Second half we were a changed team, with a much better structure and options for Fred and Cook, who added real zip when he came on. Special mentions for the front row subs, who tipped the balance further our way, and Stooke, Ewels and Garvey, who worked relentlessly.

My MotM... James Wilson. He looked composed, quick to the line, handled well, and was a class above a lot of the rubbish that we saw.

That'll do nicely! I'd have taken a 3 point win. So, not the perfect 80-minute performance, but a very pleasing win. Enjoy your weekend ere-ites!

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