Hilton freeze St Charles out
Mon, 06 May 2013 09:55
The weather conditions were wet, windy and bitterly cold
Hilton notched a comfortable 34-0 victory over St Charles in freezing conditions including hail on Saturday.
The weather conditions were wet, windy and bitterly cold. Hilton were the first to score when they showed good ambition in the conditions and moved the ball into open space for Patrick Bartlett to run in from 30 metres out.
Next captain Cameron Wright kicked a penalty to give Hilton a 10-0 lead halfway through the first half.
St Charles had a period of sustained pressure, however strong defence by Hilton and in particular Alaistar Rayner and Brad Dickerson kept St Charles out. The Hilton pack was gaining the ascendancy and after a good maul Damian Lello dived over for Hilton.
The Hilton forwards and backs then combined well to put Patrick Bartlett in for his second try. The teams went in to half time with Hilton 22- up.
The second half was fairly uneventful except for quick thinking by Cameron Wright which saw him take a quick penalty and dart in for a try under the poles which he duly converted and an error by St Charles that prop Andy Lee pounced on to score. The final score was 34-0 in favour of Hilton.
Hilton vs St Charles/Clifton results
1st vs 1st SCC won 34-0
2nd vs 1st Clifton won 9-6
3rd vs 2nd SCC won 28-20
4th vs 2nd Clifton won 38-5
5th vs 3rd SCC won 33-14
6th vs 3rd Clifton won 28-7
7th vs 4th SCC lost 17-22
16A vs SCC won 32-3
16B vs 16A Clifton won 24-7
16C vs 16B SCC lost 7-17
16D vs 16C SCC won 27-7
15A vs SCC won 8-0
15B vs 15A Clifton won 12-8
15C vs 15B SCC lost 5-15
15D vs 15B Clifton lost 5-12
14A vs SCC won 29-7
14B vs 14A Clifton lost 5-13
14C vs 14B SCC won 31-7
14D vs 14B Clifton lost 7-32
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