Solihull Barons continued a run of strong home performances with a league win over the Sutton Sting in a Moralee Division tie on Sunday evening. Visitors who struck first as Stanislav Lascek slotted home after just two minutes. Niklas Ottosson … Continue reading →
Another missed opportunity by BM who started poorly just like the last home game two weeks ago. After the opening salvo by the visitors Rams were up by 12-0 in the first ten minutes. To make matters worse for BM … Continue reading →
Home side Birmingham Moseley’s woes continues after a sloppy defence in the first 12 minutes. Chinnor scored two tries in that opening passage with 17 points up. Moseley were always on the backfoot thereafter. BM played attacking rugby but Chinnor offending several times. Ben Palmer slotted in four out of five penalties and Morgan Dawes try with missed conversion found themselves level at 17-17 on the 64th minutes. It was BM who looked like closing the game, but visitors came back with Jason Worrall for his second try of the game to clinch the tie with nine minutes from the end. This was a better performance compared to last week’s drubbing at the hands of Darlington Mowden Park, bar the opening minutes BM will be disappointed not to get a win at home because next week’s away tie is against a last year’s demoted side Richmond who are the league leaders.
MOM: Ben Palmer
Referee: Ben Russell
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TC Cars Solihull Barons continued their success with an easy win over Moralee Division rivals the Blackburn Hawks on Sunday evening. Barons goals: Thomas Soar scoring 3 goals and Callum Bowley scoring two in the game. Matt Maurice, Richard Slater, … Continue reading →