PEWSEY PRESSURE PAYS OFF IN SECOND HALF
Pewsey conceded two unconverted tries whilst defending against the slope in the first half. They kept the scoreboard ticking over, replying with three penalty goals from the boot of fly half James Haynes.
A lacklustre first half performance cost Pewsey the game, however, a strong last half hour delivered losing and try bonus points.
Pewsey Vale RFC 18 – 28 Westbury RFC
PEWSEY WRAPPED UP BY WESTBURY
A competitive match played end to end with Westbury sealing the game in the last 15 minutes with 2 well taken tries; Vale’s 16 man squad not having the fresh legs available to the visitors, who were in the enviable position of having a full bench of replacements.
Amesbury RFC 12 – 22 Pewsey Vale RFC
Built on a foundation of solid defence and territory Pewsey Vale crafted a creditable win in a very competitive match. Amesbury enjoyed significant periods of possession but were unable to establish attacking field position and capitalise on Pewsey errors.
Pewsey Vale 69 – 22 Trowbridge 3XV
PEWSEY VANQUISH VISITORS WITH TEN TRY VICTORY
This was a fine demonstration of Pewsey’s ability to score from anywhere on the pitch running in from areas of mid-field and as far back as their own 22. The visitors maintained their endeavour scoring four tries but, were overcome by Pewsey pace and power.
Pewsey Vale 36 – 7 Calne
This was a decidedly one sided contest that saw Pewsey dominate possession and territory to finish with a six tries to one try victory. Calne were on the back foot for most of the game; that said they stuck to their task, being awarded a penalty try at the at the final whistle. Continue reading
Warminster 33 – 23 Pewsey Vale
Pewsey opened the scoring with only two minutes on the clock, centre James Haynes slotting a penalty, awarded .for holding on as Warminster scrambled to hold the off a determined Pewsey attack.