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UNDER 14 FINAL – SW RABBITOHS 48 ABER VALLEY W 10

UNDER 14 FINAL – SW RABBITOHS 48 ABER VALLEY W 10

16th August 2015, 15:40

UNDER 14 FINAL – SW RABBITOHS 48 ABER VALLEY WOLVES 10

 

Favourites SW Rabbitohs from Llanharan continued the good fortune for the Bridgend County Borough as they stormed to a win in the WRL Under 14 Final, beating Aber Valley Wolves 48-10.

 

Two early unconverted tries from Lloyd Wilkins opened proceedings before Jake Cannon’s third made the score 12-0.

 

Wolves halved the deficit soon after that through a Corel Chamberlain try that Aaron Billingham improved but the rest of the half belonged to the Rabbitohs with a performance echoing their Australian idols.

 

Morgan John was next over the line, followed by Harry Deaves and Josh Sands with Ioan Evans converting twice bringing the score to 28-6 at the break.

 

Will Clapham got the first of a brace of tries a few minutes into the second half with Jack Dixon over for the next, that one converted by Evans.

 

Christian Nicedays got a try back for the Wolves but three unconverted scores from the Rabbitohs cemented the win with Tom Sly, Sam Costelow and Clapham scoring late tries.

 

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