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April & May 2016 Draw Results

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2nd Andy Cooke
3rd Colin Stevenson

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1st Pete Leake
2nd Salmon
3rd Keith Udy
   

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Summer Ball 2016

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Bromsgrove  and Bees served up a feast of rugby to match the festive season.  This match had it all!  A red card for Bees centre Jimmy Oliver!  A yellow card for Boars’ Liam Marshall! School boy errors!  Last ditch missed tackles!  Great tries and good goal kicking by Upton in difficult conditions. Amongst all of this was a great performance by both sides with Bromsgrove coming out on top in this local derby.
Bees came to Bromsgrove hoping to replicate their last performance when they beat the home side in the North Midlands cup.  A high scoring game with extra time needed to separate the sides.  This match was just as exciting with both sides getting the four try bonus point. 
The match started badly for the visitors when a penalty was awarded against them in the first minute which was missed by Upton, but he was on target two minutes later when Jimmy Oliver was shown a red card for a dangerous tackle. Bees were stung into action and they made a clean break in the centre and kicked ahead, the ball bounced kindly for Mitch McGahan and he went over to make the score 3-5.  He converted to put Bees further ahead.
Bromsgrove tried to respond but failed to convert a three on two situation into a try.  Bees took the ball up field and battered the home defence until they found a gap and Mikey Whettle sprinted in.  McGahan missed the conversion.  Birmingham and Solihull were in rampant mood and despite being a man down found the way to the goal line again when Bache missed the speed on the ball as it was travelling towards the goal line and Wilson was gifted a touchdown. So, from being in the ascendancy and with numerical advantage the boars had conceded three unanswered tries. The missed conversions were to cost Bees dear at the end.
Bromsgrove decided enough was enough and proceeded to get on the front foot, an excellent drive down the pitch in which Paul Norris was prominent resulted in a try for Bache when Whiteman saw him unopposed on the left wing and chipped nicely for the winger to catch and score. Upton failed with the conversion, but converted Whitemans try after the scrum half sneaked over and at half time the scores were level at 15 -15.
Whatever was said in the dressing room caused the home to come out on fire, and Belmonte who was having a great game plunged over after two minutes of the second half with Upton adding the extras the scoreline moved 22- 15 in favour of the hosts.  Next tow cross the try line was Ed Spalding, the four try hero of the last home match.  He was having a much more difficult game this week, but the try would have improved his mood, and again Upton was successful with the conversion in the windy conditions.
Although the game seemed to be getting away from them, the Bees stuck well to their task and used the ball well.  Hard graft got them down the field and Goddard knifed his way over from close range to reduce the arrears and McGahan converted to close the gap to 29-22.  It was becoming quite tense for the home supporters when Liam Marshall was shown a yellow card and the sides were both down to fourteen men.  Aaron Wilson scored again in the corner giving McGahan a difficult conversion attempt to level the scores.  He missed it and back came the home side to put the visitors under more pressure which resulted in a penalty. After a bit of hesitation the captain decided a kick at goal would be the best option and was proved right when Upton stretched the lead to 32 to 27.  That was the way the match ended to the delight of the Bromsgrove supporters and put Bromsgrove into a great position going into the Christmas break.
   
   


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National 3 Midlands

Congratulations Scunthorpe and Hinckley (after the play off vs Wirral) on gaining promotion to National 2.

Pos Club P W D L F A Diff TB LB Pts
1 Scunthorpe 26 23 0 3 766 343 423 14 2 108 C
2 Hinckley 26 22 1 3 790 343 447 16 2 108P
3 Old Halesonians 26 18 0 8 630 408 222 13 6 91
4 Peterborough Lions 26 15 0 11 593 464 129 10 4 69
5 Nuneaton 26 14 0 12 573 463 110 8 5 69
6 Syston 26 13 0 13 538 562 -24 11 4 67
7 Birmingham & Solihull 26 13 0 13 500 475 25 8 6 66
8 Longton 26 11 1 14 530 577 -47 12 3 61
9 Bromsgrove 26 12 0 14 559 670 -111 8 3 59
10 Sandbach 26 11 0 15 546 591 -45 9 4 57
11 Lichfield 26 9 0 17 600 683 -83 12 7 55
12 Old Northamptonians 26 9 0 17 498 702 -204 6 7 49 R
13 Newport (Salop) 26 8 0 18 451 738 -287 6 0 38 R
14 Sutton Coldfield 26 3 0 23 412 967 -555 3 4 19 R

 

   

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