Entertaining Braves fall short against Myton
Anyone who knows anything about rugby league and how it should be
played, should not be fooled by this score line. Yes Beverley were
beaten and full credit must go to a well coached Myton Warriors who
scored some wonderful individual tries and fully deserved the win but
the Braves played some excellent rugby on the night, throwing the ball
around with great skill for their age and always looking to entertain.
Up front Alex Nuttall and Reece Wallan charged forward again and again
giving the opposition all sorts of trouble with Alex getting a try for
his efforts late on.
Bryan Usher sprayed the ball about from acting half with growing
confidence to the likes of Tom Nuttall, Shamus Blades and Ellis Gaden
who all ran the ball very well on the night linking up with Adam
Greenwood and Charlie Gay.
In defence Ellis Gaden and Reece Wallan put in some enormous hits to
inspire their teammates and all the lads deserve a pat on the back for
the way they got stuck in to the much bigger opposition.
Matthew Shirley deserved praise in only his second run out as he was
constantly looking for work and that commitment does not go unnoticed.
Tom Nuttall was awarded the man of the match trophy after an all action
display with the ball in hand whilst Charlie Gay earned the top tackler
trophy through his sheer work rate.