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Your News Street Haul Down High-flying Hinckley.
27
OCT

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p style="text-align: justify;"span style="color: #31b41d; font-size: 18pt;"strongspan style="font-family: helvetica;"Street turn up the gas in the second half. nbsp;/span/strong/span/p

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p style="text-align: justify;"span style="font-family: helvetica; font-size: 12pt;"span style="color: windowtext;"Broadstreet RFC, showing six changes from last week; three backs and three forwards, down Leicestershire near neighbours /spanstrongspan style="color: windowtext;"Hinckley RFC/span/strongspan style="color: windowtext;" in a busy and determined second half performance at the /spanspan style="color: windowtext;"strongIvor Preece Field/strong /spanspan style="color: windowtext;"Rugby Ground.nbsp; /spanspan style="color: windowtext;"What a difference from last week’s showing versus /spanstrongspan style="color: windowtext;"Syston RFC/span/strongspan style="color: windowtext;", despite the wet and windy conditions threatening to dampen proceedings.nbsp; Trailing 10 – 11 to /spanstrongspan style="color: windowtext;"Hinckley/span/strongspan style="color: windowtext;" at half time, ‘Street turned up the gas in the second period with 20 unanswered points to run out 30 – 11 winners after spending the first quarter on the back foot,/spanspan style="color: windowtext;"writes/spanstrongspan style="color: windowtext;" Bob/spanspan style="color: windowtext;" Harcourt/span/strongspan style="color: windowtext;"./span/span/p

p style="text-align: justify;"span style="font-family: helvetica; font-size: 12pt;"strongHinckley/strong kicked off and forced a corner lineout. Scrum half strongNick Thatcher/strong’s clearance kick was charged down by his opposite number, strongKris McFedries,/strong who scored the easiest of tries with just a minute showing on the clock.nbsp; Fly half strongJoe Glover/strong failed to convert, strong0 – 5.nbsp; /strongSoon after the restart, ‘Street found themselves back in their own 22 after being penalised at a ruck and, two phases later, were penalised again at a scrum from which strongGlover/strong landed his penalty kick from 35 metres out to increase the visitor’s lead, strong0 – 8.nbsp; /strongThere then followed a 15 minute period of continuous penalty awards, mostly against the home side, which confined them to life in their own half, practicing defensive drills, which cost them a yellow card to prop strongNeil Tatlow/strong for a ruck offence, until a breakout, on 23 minutes, saw ‘Street sweep up field through quick phase play, to give flanker, strongBeau Carney,/strong a one-on-one and; with a twist and a turn he touched down wide left. strongLee Chapman/strong landed a fine touchline conversion for strong7 – 8.nbsp; /strongThe next six minutes attracted six penalties – three each – and three more yellow cards; two on 28 minutes to strongHinckley/strong’s loose head prop, strongDavid Peck;/strong getting over-excited and to ‘Street’s scrum half strongNick Thatcher,/strong for failing to retaliate!nbsp; Hinckley’s strongSteven Morfill/strong followed several minutes later for killing the ball at a ruck, whereupon, ‘Street kicker strongLee Chapman /strongpicked up three points from the resulting penalty; strong10 – 8 /strongafter 34 minutes played. Despite attacking for the time remaining before the break, ‘Street were penalised at a scrum on Hinckley’s 22 allowing the clearance up-field, where another penalty against the hosts saw strongGlover/strong pull three points back, for a half time lead of, strong10 – 11./strong/span/p

p style="text-align: justify;"span style="font-family: helvetica; font-size: 12pt;"span style="margin: 0px 10px 0px 0px; float: left; display: inline-table;" class="wf_caption"img src="http://www.broadstreet-rugby.co.uk/images/stories/Lees_Photos/Alex-Beddows-2.jpg" width="150" height="150" alt="Alex-Beddows-2" /strongspan style="max-width: 150px; text-align: center; display: block;"Alex Beddows/span/strong/spanspan style="margin: 0px 0px 0px 10px; float: right; display: inline-table;" class="wf_caption"img src="http://www.broadstreet-rugby.co.uk/images/stories/Lees_Photos/Callum-Tucker-2.jpg" width="150" height="150" alt="Callum-Tucker-2" /strongspan style="max-width: 150px; text-align: center; display: block;"Callum Tucker/span/strong/spanThankfully, the second half was a little more pleasurable to watch, although the penalty awards continued unabated until the last quarter.nbsp; strongChapman/strong put one over after seven minutes play, to increase his sides lead to strong13 - 11/strong and he slotted another 10 minutes later after Hinckley prop strongRoss Cunningham/strong had earned the last of the five yellow cards, for a ruck offence inside his own 22. nbsp;As the game entered its final quarter ‘Street turned up the heat to test their high-flying visitors with some incisive passages of play.nbsp; strongChapman/strong missed a 49 metre attempt at goal on 24 minutes, when a visitor had entered a ruck illegally, before constant forward pressure; involving livewire replacement back row strongAlex Beddows/strong, industrious blindside strongAndy Solomon/strong and blockbuster prop strongBen Dawes/strong, allowed stand-in scrum half, centre strongWill Owen/strong, to scamper through the close defence for a try under the sticks.nbsp; strongChapman/strong added the two points, strong23 – 11/strong.nbsp; Centre strongJordan Simpson/strong, busy open-side strongBeau Carney/strong and the returning strongNick Thatcher/strong all opened up the Hinckley defence with long runs, but all of these fell foul of the whistle before a ‘Street turnover, one of several in the final quarter, allowed progress through strongRichards, Alex Smit, Callum Tucker/strong and strongDawes/strong, to a right hand corner lineout, where the forward pack controlled a drive to give, yes! – ‘strongDawesy/strong’ the touchdown.nbsp; strongChapman/strong landed the long range conversion to seal the win, with just 6 minutes remaining./span/p

p style="text-align: justify;"span style="font-family: helvetica; font-size: 12pt;"strongTeam:/strongBennett, Pearl, Tatlow, Tucker, Solomon M, Solomon A, Carney, Morris, Thatcher, Chapman, Smit, Simpson, Owen, Harris, Richards. strongReps:/strong Dawes, Beddows, Brittain./span/p

p style="text-align: justify;"span style="font-family: helvetica; font-size: 18pt; color: #31b41d;"strongWell done, ‘fellas’ that was a good team performance showing organisation and patience! We need to do it now/strongspan style="color: #ff0000; font-size: 24pt;"strongi on the road !/i/strong/span/span/p

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