11:00am Tuesday 17th September 2013
BB&O PREMIER DIVISION
GOSFORD All Blacks began their season with a bang, scoring nine tries in a 62-7 victory over Hungerford.
Centre Jack Briggs and fly half Harry Sutton scored try braces as Gosford came on strong in the second half.
Gosford had to defend well before Briggs opened the scoring, with Tim Ellis converting.
Andy Schwarz’s effort and a penalty try, converted by Ellis, made it 19-0.
Briggs and Sutton started the second-half surge, with Ellis converting the former and adding a penalty.
Ben Bodinham, Ellis, Chris Bennett and Sutton completed Gosford’s tally, with Ellis converting all four of the tries.
Tom Durant scored a breakaway try, which Brad Clough converted for Hungerford’s points to make it 48-7.
Bicester won 36-19 at Farnham Royal, but lost lock Chris Clayton and No 8 Matt Duncalf to broken collar bones.
Wing Simon Poole and Duncalf grabbed Bicester’s opening tries, with fly half Steve Risbridger converting both.
Farnham replied with a try from Rob Freeman, converted by Tom Boardman.
Poole went over for his second, but Freeman also doubled up, Boardman again converting.
Centre Dan Spencer (2) and Duncalf completed Bicester’s tally, Risbridger converting the first.
Bicester had centre Steve Miller yellow-carded before Lee Bailey scored a late try for Farnham.
Chipping Norton beat Phoenix 21-3, but Littlemore lost 30-20 to Tadley.
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