2:30pm Thursday 27th September 2012 in Sport
Tenby United 46
Tenby United produced a cracking performance that earned them a thoroughly deserved win against Tumble.
The Seasiders ran in no fewer than seven tries against a side that is traditionally tough to beat at home.
The Seasiders were 12-7 down early on but already 29- 12 at half time as they scored tries by Lloyd Thomas, Timoci Kaumaitotoya, Dan Colley and Patrick Roberts.
Centre Tom Lewis was in good form with the boot, kicking three conversions and a penalty.
Tumble winger Gareth James scored both Tumble’s early tries, one converted by Steve Hewitt, as he did in the second period as winger Nicky Allinson and Paul Mathias scored the tries that gave their side a bonus point.
But the Seasiders always held the edge and claimed further tries by Colley, Luke Dedman and Tom Lewis, who also notched the conversion.
The win was just reward for an excellent all-round effort that would have pleased coach Gareth Thomas.
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