Banc return to winning ways as heavens open
Updated 12:23pm Monday 28th April 2014 in Sport
Division Four West
Penybanc 29 Laugharne 0
Penybanc completed an impressive double over the Cocklemen on Saturday, furthering cementing their fourth-placed league position.
Despite the torrential wind and rain, the Tigers claimed some great tries as they continued to play their expansive game.
Banc welcomed back scrum-half Ioan Jones after a long lay off and he marshalled his troops superbly, allowing the prolific Wayne Price to switch back to his usual berth on the wing.
Price made hay in the rain and notched up two tries for his efforts.
Flankers Aled Danter and Cellan Harris got through a ton of work with the latter picking up a try while young prop Rhodri Jones also carried hard and chipped in with a score of his own.
Centre Christian Hughes again rolled back the years with a touchdown while fly-half Mathew Lloyd kicked a couple of conversions also.
There was also a big shift from hooker Chris Morris and locks Carl Rees and Gethin Harris were the excellent and Wayne Williams was rock solid as usual.
The referee drew matters to an early close as the weather worsened but after consecutive defeats, the Tigers were delighted to enjoy a return to winning ways at home once more.
Banc travel to Furnace on Wednesday night and then Fishguard on Bank Holiday Sunday before signing off with a home fixture against Hendy on May 10th.
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