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Limavady 57 Larne 10

Limavady produced their best showing of the season so far last Saturday at the John Hunter Memorial Grounds as Larne had no answer to a scintillating display of running Rugby that yielded eight tries.

Straight from the off Limavady took the game to their opponents but an interception on half way saw Larne make a break to the Limavady line. Despite the best efforts of Robert Lamberton, the Larne winger was able to pass to Phil Andrews who touched down below the posts. Andrews converted for a 7-0 lead with only three minutes on the clock. The lead only lasted for five minutes. A break from Michael Rice led the charge into the Larne half, and Full Back Peter Wilson broke through for Limavady’s first try of the day. Peter then kicked the first of his seven conversions to level it all level on the scoreboard.

Five minutes later Limavady were penalised for an infringement at a ruck and Phil Andrews kicked Larne back into a lead. Again the lead only lasted for five minutes as Sam Mackey finished off a terrific team move under the posts. Larne were having difficulty in dealing with the pace of the Limavady attack who were running from all angles and on 23 mins it was John Purcell’s turn to punch his way through the visitors defence. He was supported by No 8 Sam Mackey who claimed his third try in two games.

The Larne confidence was taking a battering and right on half time Robert Lamberton got his just rewards for a hard days graft when he finished off in the corner.

Half time Limavady 28 Larne 10

A Peter Wilson penalty in the 3rd minute if the second half kept the scoreboard ticking over and five minutes later he kicked his fifth conversion. A perfectly waited kick from centre Jamie Mo Millar in behind the Larne defence was touched down by Mark Woods. The frustrating afternoon for Larne got worse as centre Jordan Burns picked up a yellow card. During the next ten minutes the defence was in disarray and Limavady ran in two more tries. The first was scored by Robert Lamberton following a turnover in the Limavady half and then a minute later Daniel Irvine capitalised on a break down in communication amongst the visitors defence.

Hooker Irvine then picked up a yellow card himself and this allowed Larne to mount a few serious attacks on the Limavady line. The defence proved to be on top of its game too with the big Larne pack throwing all they had to try and get over the line to restore some pride. Great defence and discipline saw Limavady withstand the siege and after Richard McColhum stealing a line-out Robert Lamberton made a break intothe Larne half and scrum-half Jamie Millar touched down below the posts to complete the scoring with the last play of the game.

Full-time Limavady 57 Larne 10.

Team. P. Wilson, R. Lamberton, C.Hunter, Jamie Mo Millar, M. Woods, M. Haslett. Jamie Millar. R. Squires, D. Irvine, J. McCollum, M. Rice, R. McColhum, D. Houston, P. Semple & S. Mackey.

Replacements. J. Purcell & J. Kerr.

Next week it’s an away fixture at Randalstown with a 2.30pm kick off.

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