Dunbar started with a full strength team against their city opponents. It did not take the home team long to set out their stall. With only 1 minute played Rogan Paul
burst through a poor defence to score with Struan Fenn
converting. Straight from the kick off the home defence was caught napping as the visitors ran straight in at the corner unopposed. Dunbar did exactly the same with big number 8 Cameron McFaddyn running in at the posts with Fenn again converting. It was looking like one way traffic as Ross Blair
burst through to score on 7 minutes to lead 19-5.
Dunbar continued to press home their advantage and it was only a matter of time before the home team scored again. This time centre scott hamilton
showed his pace to outstrip the defence with Fenn converting. With 16 minutes played the home stand-off Struan Fenn
showed his class by weaving his way to the try line then converting his own try.
With half time approaching Boroughmuir scored a well worked try under the posts which was converted.
DUNBAR 33 BOROUGHMUIR 12
Dunbar started the second half as they did in the first with Rogan Paul
scoring early on with Fenn converting. Just 3 minutes later number 8 McFaddyn scored his second try to increase the lead to 45-12. The visitors came back and scored through their powerful centre to reduce the gap on 28 minutes. Dunbar again came straight down field to score when Ross Blair
added his second of the match.
With a couple of minutes remaining Dunbar scored a nice one –two when first Blair went over for his third try then scott hamilton
added to his earlier effort to complete the scoring.
DUNBAR 64 BOROUGHMUIR 19
This was a superb team performance which would have delighted the coaches. This team has great potential which the coaches are now developing to great effect