B's with supporting A's chalk up the performance of the day
Downhill advantage certainly does pay when playing away to Cheshunt and our B's with some supporting A's combined to mark the performance of the day for Hertford.
With just 5 minutes gone and a pick up a lose ball by Louis Alywin saw him beat three players and sprint half the length of the pitch to open the scoring. Chelmsford came back into the match with a converted try to sneak there noses ahead.
Harvey Coppin then stepped out to open his scoring in his debut season for Hertford and in a similar vain sprinted half the pitch to cross the whitewash, this time Taylor Noble converting to make the tie 12 Vs 7.
Not long later Chelmsford then brought the game back level and we had to wait until near the last kick off the game to see Louis Suarez with a trade mark sidestep and jinx to put the game out of sight with Taylor Noble once again converting for a 19 Vs 12 Win.