The Colts took on Nailsea in the Somerset Cup Final today and again put on a superb performance winning 48-14.
Straight from the kick off they found their game and ran in 3 quick tries to immediately put Nailsea under pressure. Then they seemed to take their foot of the gas and let Nailsea back into the game conceding a try before half half and losing a player to the sin bin. At the turn around they were 17-7 in front but had handed the advantage back to Nailsea.
With advice handed out during half time, the Colts moved up a gear and started to run in tries from a variety of moves and clean breaks. The forwards worked tirelessly to provide good ball for the backs who moved it quickly through the hands to stretch the tiring Nailsea defence. To their credit again, Nailsea refused to lie down and were rewarded with their own try after some strong work from their heavy pack. Nailsea always looked dangerous throughout the game but the Colts were determined to put the game out of sight and eventually ran in their last try under the post.