Good win for Lowestoft against Chelmsford

London 2 North: Lowestoft and Yarmouth 30 Chelmsford 13

LOWESTOFT were soon on the attack but some good defence kept the home side at bay for 20 minutes before the hosts’ fly-half clipped a well-taken drop-goal.

Lowestoft at this stage were at full flight and scored a try when, after several phases of rugby, they outnumbered the Chelmsford defence to score under a converted try.

Just when 10-0 score line looked like a good half-time score, some loose play allowed Lowestoft to gain considerable ground by kicking before releasing their backs who scored an converted try.

Within seconds of the restart, Nick Hankin made a break in the centre before passing to Chris Bown who showed good speed to score an unconverted try making it 17-5 at the half-time interval

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Within minutes of half time, influential Chelmsford scrum half, Rhys Harris sustained a leg injury which took him from the field of play and Chelmsford never regained their fluency.

The game became a battle of attrition with both sets of forwards giving their and all penalties were kicked by both sides before Lowestoft scored a fine try to make it 25-8.

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Chelmsford were not going to lie down and again put the home side under pressure, so much so that a speculative kick was caught by Bown at pace to secure his second try of the game.

In the final moments Lowestoft scored a further well worked try to run out 30-13 winners.

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