Bury St. Edmunds defeat Ruislip
London 1 North - Bury St Edmunds 52 Ruislip 5
A YOUNG Bury side, packed with local talent, ran in seven converted tries.
Jake Thurlow made his first team debut at open-side as too did Josh Borley playing on the left wing.
Will Martin landed a straightforward penalty to get the scoreboard ticking and went on to convert all seven and scored a try for himself.
Barry Frost scored the first try and almost immediately, Bury scored again. Borley was given space out wide and made good ground before passing inside to Tim Mann, who evaded two tacklers before allowing prop Mike Lagudi to dive over.
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Scrum-half Dennis then spotted Frost all alone out wide and his long pass sent the full-back racing away. He found the supporting James Maclachlan who dived over in the corner.
Ruislip hit back to capitalise on some Bury hesitancy in attack, Trofa feeding Brayling to score.
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Directly from the re-start, fly-half Martin received the ball and centre Kenny Eggars cut a great line to smash through two tackles to score.
In the dying seconds of the half, Bury scored their fifth try. A penalty in their own 22 was run rather than kicked and, after several phases of support play, Maclachan powered over from short range.
In a cagey second half, Bury managed to work a glorious score on 60 minutes. Scrum-half Johnny Dennis darted through, before finding his half-back partner Martin. The No 10 jinked his way deep into Ruislip territory before the ball was shipped wide allowing Jones to score.
Martin scored Bury’s final try, out-pacing the cover defence for a score under the posts.