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CREDITON 5 TEIGNMOUTH 10

Teignmouth put in a huge performance to win their last away game of the Season.

After comfortably beating Crediton twice this year, Teignmouth were expecting to complete a hat trick of wins albeit with players missing and no replacements to call on. On the other hand, Crediton had found some extra players from previous games and put in a much improved effort. The game was tough straight from the kick off with Teignmouth missing their tackles which allowed Crediton to score straight away. Teignmouth regrouped and got on top through their rucking enabling them to win lots of ball. It was from a turnover at a ruck that Kyran Rendle took full advantage and scored in the corner. Crediton restarted and would have scored again but for a try saving tackle by Luke Veacock, one of several he made on the day. Teignmouth regained the ball and broke out through Joe Wilcox and Tom Carr who both had excellent games making break after break through the Crediton defence. Teignmouth were pushing for a score when Morgan Tait appeared to touch down in the corner, but the referee did not have a clear view and awarded a scrum. The second half remained very tight with both sides defending fiercely. Teignmouth had the first chance to score through Dan Woollnough who crossed the try line, but the score was not allowed as the referee directed that there had been two efforts grounding the ball. The winning score came from an excellent move - Archie Pope made a tackle deep in the Teignmouth half and Matt Tribble ripped the ball away from a Crediton player passing out to Tom Carr who raced up the field, but was tackled just short of the try line. Henry Annal was on hand to free up the ball and moved it wide providing Kyran Rendle with a chance to score the winner.

Teignmouth are due to play host to Exmouth next Sunday, where a win at home in their last game will leave the Teignmouth U9s unbeaten this year in the organised fixtures.

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