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Match report. Exeter Saracens 69 v Tamar Saracens 5
Despite the impressive score Exeter Saracens made a slow start to this match and should be grateful that the visiting side’s ambition was limited to kicking to the corners. Exeter Saracens fullback Paul Webber was more than up to the challenge, looking very composed, returning the attacks with interest. After 13 minutes Exeter fly half Kieran Bromell opened the scoring with a well constructed try which was converted by Paul Webber. A further lack lustre 10 minute period concluded with a strong run from Sam Williams the eventual man of the match, touching down for Webber to convert again. The final score of the half came from second row Pete McGuigan having the final touch after an organised driving maul from a lineout. 19-0 at half time looked a good score but Exeter’s coach Brian Sherrell and the players agreed that they had never really risen above second gear.
The second half was a completely different story. Raul Ramirez made a trademark darting run after some fine work by the Exeter forwards to score. Almost from the kick off the Exeter forwards and backs combined with some excellent support interplay for Ben Croft to score and convert. 5 minutes later number 8 and captain Martyn Dibble scored another well worked try. Almost from the next kick off Ben Croft scored his second try, again after some fine interplay which once again he converted. Kieran Bromell then cheekily overtook Darren Light who was chasing his own well placed kick ahead to ‘pinch’ his second try which Raul Ramirez converted to make the score 50 points. Deservedly Darren Light then scored, rounding off a fine run and pass from Croft which as again converted by Raul Ramirez, Chris Crow was then rewarded for some of his more unselfish earlier constructive and support play to score himself. The final say came from Raul Ramirez to score his second try which he converted himself. In the dying minutes, rather disappointing the Exeter Saracens team gave away an unnecessary penalty but even worse, failed to react quickly to allow the visitors the final score.
Despite the high score line, dominated by three-quarter scores, it should be noted that the quality of possession came from a hard working forward unit in which all of the forwards including Keith Ballantyne, Dave Loman, Ryan Williams, Dean Clark and Matt Archer excelled. The other forwards who also contributed are already included in the score sheet.
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Men's World Ranking: No 343 after 1 Event (beat the number 140 to gain this.)
Junior Age Groups:
Under 19's: Currently Ranked No 3 in England
Currently Ranked No 6 in Europe (Highest British Player)
Under 17's: No. 4 in England
No. 10 in Europe
2nd in English Grand Prix
3rd in Pioneer German Junior Open
Under 15's: No. 1 in England
No. 7 in Europe
Irish Junior Open Champion
6th in British Junior Open - premiere world junior tournament.
Aims for the future:
To represent England at U19 and Men's level,
To achieve a Top 10 World Ranking.
To represent England at the Commonwealth Games.