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23
NOV

Yarnbury Hornets 34 – 14 Moortown 2nd XV

On 15 minutes things finally clicked for Yarnbury as with simple ball put through the hands to the right hand side sent Lee Mortimer into space to score in the corner for an unconverted try.Yarnbury’s mobile pack continued to win good ball around the park, Dave Moss was revelling in the physical battle. Craig Barker and Tom Fox tackling anything that moved.

Yarnbury extended their lead thanks to the boot of Daniel Pound and Centre Phil Davies try on the left side.Davies confidence continues to grow week on week this added to his try scoring from is good news for all involved. Daniel Pound added the extras. Half Time 15-0.

The second half saw Russ Gomersall join the action from the bench. He wasted no time at all getting into the game scoring on 50 minutes chasing a kick through beating the cover defenders for pace to drop on the ball over the tryline. Making the score 20-0.

Craig Barker secured the bonus point for the Hornets on 65 minutes hitting a gap that opened up for his run.With Tom Fox sin binned resilient Morrotwn scored two converted tries before Yarnbury sealed a good win with winger Russ Gomersall's try and a Daniel Pound conversion.

Yarnbury 3rds 10 v Moortown 3rds 32

Young Colt Jack Malthouse made his debut on the wing in this game which saw Yarnbury 3rd string loose for the first time in nine games this season against a strong experienced Moortown side who play together week in week out.

After Moortown pack drove over for the first score young Jack Malthouse showed his speed for Yarnbury's first try.Swanu Labari Yarnbury's speedy winger touched down in the second half but Yarnbury were well beaten on the day by a committed Moortown outfir that seemed to want the victory more than the Horsforth side despite cameo performances from veterans for Yarnbury Chris Wray and prop Ian Shannon.The returning Joe Bennett could be a big bonus for Yarnbury Club when he reaches the required fitness.

Old Brodlians Beavers 22 Yarnbury Nomads 24

With nine changes from the previous week Yarnbury were keen to extend their unbeaten run to six games against a very well drilled, experienced and unbeaten Beavers side. The Beavers opted to play up hill in the first half so Yarnbury knew they had to capitalise on the downhill advantage in the first half, despite going down to an early score from Brods, the Yarnbury pack immediately put Brods under pressure from the restart, disrupting the catch, recovering the ball and crossing the line to level the scores. Yarnburys backs then showed their pace crossing for a further two converted tries from G Stowel and J Ellis-Hill, Brods replied shortly before the break to leave Yarnbury with a 19 - 10 point lead at half time.

Yarnbury knew the game would be won or lost in the second half as Brods immediately pressured the Yarnbury try line from the start, scoring a try despite desperate defence from the visitors, Yarnburys back always looked dangerous with ball in hand and managed to work a postion on Brods 22 yard line, from the resulting scrum J Moglia picked up and broke for the line outpacing the defence to open up the nine point lead again. This two score lead was to be decisive, Brods backs crossed for a 4th try which they converted. Yarnbury however held on with great determination and tackling to win the game.

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