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By Blues Brother
December 12 2016

You have to admit that the B&I cup provides a welcome distraction from the rigours of league rugby with an entertaining and welll balanced contest against Trailfinders ending in an honourable 19-19 draw. Now we have to go to their place next week and win ...

We are in third place in the Pool but not too far behind Carnegie and Ealing at the half way stage.

We could have won won  on Saturday but after trailing 14-0 in the first dozen minutes we did well to come back.

Jason Hill got our try, which was converted by Jake Sharp, and then it was down to pens with Sharp getting two and Myles Dorrian also getting a brace.

Ealing's tries all came from  Alun Walker. When was the last time was not only his side's only try scorer but also a hat-trick hero? Bet he doesn't do it again this week.

 

 

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Honours Even
Blues Brothers (IP Logged)
12/12/2016 10:52
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ComeRainOrShine (IP Logged)
12/12/2016 13:19
Where does BB get his info from. Unless i'm mistaken the tries were scored by Walker, Gibbons and Bradley so where did the hat-trick come from??? Almost as consistent as the BBC!!

 
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Jonathan Wilcox (IP Logged)
12/12/2016 17:03
He'd make a really good comedy duo with Rayer, lol

 
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the hooded man (IP Logged)
13/12/2016 14:25
Both the Rugby Paper and BoS had Walker in for three so the report above is consistent. Sam's commentary had Walker in for tries 1 and 3 and Davis (1) or Davies (9) in for the second. The one thing we all agree on is Ealing scored three to our one. Just as well our kickers had the right boots on.

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