1st XV Match Report V Bedford (h) Sat 26/12/2015 

Attendance: 1,431                               Referee: Craig Maxwell-Keys

 

Teams

Charlie Foley

15

Piers O’Connor

Drew Cheshire

14

Patrick Tapley

Greg King

13

Michael Le Bourgeois

Aaron Pinches

12

Ollie Dodge

Kyle Evans

11

George Perkins

Glyn Hughes

10

Myles Dorrian

Sam Brown

9

Henry Taylor

Tom Fidler

1

Alex Lundberg

Adam Caves

2

Sam James

Simon Gardiner

3

Biyi Alo

Greg Charlton

4

Michael Howard

Harry Casson

5

Mark Flanagan

Aaron Flagg

6

Josh Buggea

Chris Brightwell

8

Joel Conlon

Buster Lawrence

7

Nick Felton-Wells

Replacements

 

 

Tom Warren

16

Charles Clare

Jordan Onojaife

17

Philip Boulton

Scott Tolmie

18

Harry Wells

Harry Hone

19

Hayden Thompson-Stringer

Ed Siggery

20

Jordan Burns

Scott Armstrong

21

Jake Sharp

Dave Brazier

22

Steffan Jones

 

 

 

 

The game as it happened

 

Try Adam Caves

03

5-0

 

 

Con Glyn Hughes

04

7-0

 

 

 

10

7-5

Try Michael Howard

 

Try Greg King

23

12-5

 

 

Con Glyn Hughes

24

14-5

 

 

 

25

14-10

Try Nick Felton-Wells

 

 

26

14-12

Con Myles Dorrian

 

 

44

14-17

Try Piers O’Connor

 

 

46

14-17

Rep Charles lare for Sam James

 

 

46

14-17

Rep Philip Boulton for Biyi Alo

 

 

48

14-22

Try Piers O’Connor

 

 

49

14-24

Con Myles Dorrian

 

Rep Dave Brazier for Sam Brown

49

14-24

 

 

Rep Scott Tolmie for Adam Caves

49

14-24

 

 

Rep Scott Armstrong for Aaron Pinches

49

14-24

 

 

 

52

14-24

Rep Harry Wells for Joel Conlon

 

Rep Tom Warren for Tom Fidler

58

14-24

 

 

Rep Jordan Onojaife for Harry Casson

58

14-24

 

 

Rep Ed Siggery for Aaron Flagg

60

14-24

 

 

Try Kyle Evans

62

19-24

 

 

 

65

19-29

Try Harry Wells

 

 

66

19-31

Con Myles Dorrian

 

 

66

19-31

Rep Hayden Thompson-Stringer for Alex Lundberg

 

70

19-31

Rep Jordan Burns for Henry Taylor

Try Buster Lawrence

70

24-31

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Match Report

Kevin Maggs won't panic over Moseley's plight

By Paul Smith – Birmingham Mail

The bottom third of the Championship table now has a distinctly congested look, and despite slipping into the relegation spot on points difference, Moseley’s director of rugby Kevin Maggs is not panicking.

“We are only two wins away from being in seventh place, so it really is very tight,’’ he said.

“We have to keep believing in what we’re doing and the character, endeavour and desire we have shown in the last six or seven weeks will bring some wins.

“There is still lots of rugby to be played, we’ve got London Welsh away on Saturday, then after two B&I Cup weekends we have a block of five league games, of which three are at home, and we have to concentrate on those.”

Maggs felt his side contributed significantly to their own downfall against the Blues, despite creating plenty with ball in hand.

“It was disappointing in that we had lots of opportunities but made some poor decisions and put ourselves under pressure,” he said.

“They scored four tries from our turnovers, so although getting two points was a positive, it could easily have been five.

“I can’t fault the lads for effort and if we keep working then the wins will come.”