Blues thrashed at Builth Wells
2:40pm Thursday 4th October 2012 in Sport
Builth Wells 50
Haverfordwest conceded fifty points in poor second-half display at Builth Wells.
The Blues only trailed 14- 0 at half time, but the home side turned the screw after the interval to score a further 36 points to secure the points.
Matthew Clarke again caught the eye for Haverfordwest until he went off injured and the front row of Lewis Williams, Gareth Green and Terry Lovell held their own in the tight – but the Blues struggled elsewhere as Builth maintained their third spot in table.
Builth No 8 Ben Duggan and winger Luke Davies scored first-half tries for the homesters, both converted by Rob Lloyd – and Duggan went on to complete a hat-trick as Builth’s dominance intensified.
Rob Lloyd opened Builth’s second-half account with a penalty and other tries came from outside half Seth Gillan, Duggan (2), Rob Lloyd and a second from winger Davies.
Rob Lloyd converted all but the final try to take Builth to the 50-mark and leave the Blues third from bottom.
This Saturday, Haverfordwest entertain Crymych at Merlins Bridge, kick off is at 2.30pm.
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