Development go Marching on
9 try onslaught gives Weston another convincing Win.
4 tries before half time set up Weston for another big Win.
But Wells came to make a game of this and the score perhaps does not reflect the hard work the Weston boys had to put into the match.
Unfortunately a broken leg in the first half deprived Wells of a key pace man, and reduced the visitors effectiveness, but some hard defensive tackling stopped some powerful Wells attackers from crossing the Home try line.
Weston opened the scoring when the hard working Mark Walker
peeled off the back of a scrum, made hard yards to offload to Brett Powers
who crashed through three players to score close to the posts, Dan Prime
adding the extras. The leg break necessitated a move to another pitch whilst the physios cared for the injured player. The move soon saw Weston move further ahead when Darran Burns
opened up the visitors to touch down, Dan Prime
adding 2 points. Nick Hawken
crashed through for the third and Walker deservedly topped off a good first half performance with a try of his own.
added the first of his hat-trick straight after the break, with Luke Neate-Squire and Marc Prime
adding two more, Dan Prime
converting two to give a personal tally of 25 points.