King Cross Park A 70 Cowling 0
APOLOGIES - DUE TO AN ADMIN ERROR THE ORIGINAL REPORT WAS INCORRECT AND HAS BEEN ALTERED BELOW
Inspired by their first ever appearance at the plush West End Joiners Sports Village King Cross Park A wasted no time in keeping the scoreboard operators busy with neat handling finding centre Ben Robertshaw who drew the defence to put prolific winger Henry Wilson over. Next up dual code international entrepreneur Andy Binns sucked in the defence with a powerful voluntary tackle to create space for his grandson scrum half Jonny to go the full length. A brief spell of dominance by the brave visitors came to no avail as second rower Ellis Nuttall resumed the scoring followed by two more to bring up the hat trick for Binns Junior. Another bi-sport debutant Jamie Battye came off the bench and his elusive running and skilful handling created tries for loose forward Matt Brown, Secret Agent 0014 Scott Bradley and full back Aiden Dewhirst. Fulfilling a life long ambition of playing alongside childhood hero centre John Davies and his cousin Ben, stand off Josh Robertshaw started his 18th party celebrations early bringing up a half century interval lead with 2 tries.
Robertshaw put the icing on his birthday cake with two more tries after the break with man of the match Brown also completing a treble and Dewhirst a brace one. The seven conversions were shared between Nuttall, Binns Jr and Sr, and Robertshaw J.
Tries - Henry Wilson, Jonny Binns 3, Ellis Nuttall, Matt Brown 3, Scott Bradley, Aiden Dewhirst 2, Josh Robertshaw 3 4
Goal - Ellis Nuttall, Andy Binns, Jonny Binns 2 Josh Robertshaw 3
Man of the match - Matt Brown
Drink off disappointment - Josh Robertshaw