Sunday, 27 October 2013

Swalec Bowl Round Two Review - 26th October

Llandaff North ensured they did not bring their woeful league form into the Bowl yesterday afternoon as they progressed through to the third round.

The North beat Cardiff Saracens 45-3 in their first victory of the season thus far after losing all 6 of their Division Four South East fixtures.

Captain Dominic Scobie set his side on their way with two tries as did Gareth Hanson while Dai Thomas and Richard Ham also went over.

Cefn Fforest were not troubled too much as they also went through beating Cwmcarn 38-3 scoring five tries in the process.

Kris Meredith, Robert Landruggan, Luke Vye-Parminter, Craig Gallent and Shaun Roach all touched down for the Fforest.

Fishguard got their campaign off to a flying start by comfortably dispatching Pembroke Dock 40-7.

The Seagulls, who lost to Wattstown at the Millennium Stadium in last season’s Bowl final, ran in five tries with Gareth Adamson, Matthew George, Owain Morgans, Mark George and Simon James all touching down.

Clwb Rygbi Cymru Caerdydd won the battle between the top two sides in Division Four South East, knocking out leaders St. Josephs 15-5.

The Joes had won the league clash between the pair earlier this season but Clwb gained their revenge in a hard-fought encounter scoring twice through second row Scott Conway and winger Amlyn Griffiths with fly-half Oliver Jenkins kicking the rest.

Cwmavon recorded a big win against Crynant triumphing by 48 points to 7 scoring eight tries in the process.

Daryl Thomas, Ashley Davies, Luke Gronert, John-Michael Petty, James Simpkins, Nathan Dare, Jay Baker and Adam Summerfield all crossed for the Reds.

Meanwhile there were huge wins for Colwyn Bay who trounced Bangor 70-12 and Treharris who thrashed Tref-Y-Clawdd 72-0.

The full list of results can be found on the All Wales Sport website.


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