Ballyclare benefit from poor Bangor performance Report + Pictures

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Ballyclare benefit from poor Bangor performance

Following some excellent pre-season performances, Bangor were brought back to reality by Ballyclare, losing their first league game by 6-16.
Ballyclare benefit from poor Bangor performance
Having won the toss, Ballyclare chose to play against the wind in the first half. From Bangor’s kick-off, they immediately went on the offensive and within 3 minutes had forced a penalty on Ballyclare’s twenty-two. Keith Rossan converted the kick to give Bangor an early 3-0 lead.

This lead, however, was short-lived. Within minutes of the restart, Ballyclare had brought play back into Bangor’s half. Having won the ball from a ruck on the left hand side, a perfectly weighted cross-field kick floated over the head of Mark Widdowson and was collected by the Ballyclare winger, who then wisely passed inside to his supporting players who ran through to score to the right of the posts. The kick was missed, but the visitors now had the lead by 3-5……. for the full report CLICK HERE

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