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Albanyon Loundres w. An Vorladron Gernewek.
An Park Gwary re be dres an diwettha deg bledhen, ‘park bocka’ rag An Vorladron, hag yth esa keniver onan ow leverel kens an fyt ma, ‘A vydh an keth an dro ma’? Wel, res o dhyn ny gortos an diwettha pot dhe gavos an gorthyp. Yn fyttow kens lebmyn, An Vorladron re scoryas y’n kensa 5 po 6 mynysen, mes ny wrug hebma wharvos an seythen ma, hag yth o Albanyon Loundres neb o an para an moyha perylus – aga fara lebmyn crevhes gans gwarioryon ow tewheles dhyworth brewyon ha hanter skyrmys prestyes gans Ealing. Yth esa An Vorladron ynwedh ow ry dhe-ves niver a spalyow ha nyns o marth pan rug an Albanyon scorya assay woja 21 mynysen. Nyns o pell byttegyns, yn udn sewya linen-dewlel, Callum Sirker a scoryas assay, hag a veu treylyes gans Arwel Robson. Tabm ha tabm An Vorladron a dhallathas gorra gwask war Albanyon Loundres ha woja niver a splayow ha carten velyn war aga fydn, Tom Channon a veu lewyes dres an linen rag assay andreylyes. Hedn o dhe hanter-termyn gans an scor 5-12.
Yth esa gwaytyans gans an garten velyn ma, An Vorladron a wrussa ystydna aga led, mes ny wrug hebma wharvos, hag en y le An Vorladron a dhallathas ry dhe-ves spalyow arta. Nag o pell raghedna, An Albanyon a dhros an scoryow egwal gans assay treylyes woja 56 mynysen. Yth esa an dhew bara lebmyn ow stryvya rag an nessa scor, hag y’n diwettha quarter, woja an Albanyon bos ansewen gans pot spal, y a scoryas assay andrelyes dhe gemeres an led, 17-12. Hebma o gelwel dyfuna rag An Vorladron ha nynj o pell kens Shae Tucker dhe dhanvon Callum Sirker dres an linen rag assay treylyes. Albanyon Loundres lebmyn a brederas bos chons rag an gwayn hag assay poynt mas, pan vons y pewashes spal, an pyth a wrussons y gorra y’n gornel rag assay cachya ha lewya. Byttegyns, An Vorladron a fethas an movyans ma ha woja clerhe aga linen, hag yn udn sewya spal res dhe-ves gans an Albanyon, y a withas agan linen salow bys yn pedn an gam. Scor finel, Albanyon Loundres 17, An Vorladron Gernewek 19, ha’n bocka ‘gorrys dh’y wely!
London Scottish v. The Cornish Pirates.
The Recreation Ground has been for the last ten years, a ‘bogey ground’ for The Pirates, and everybody were saying before the match, ‘Will it be the same this time’? Well, we had to wait until the last kick to get the answer. In recent matches, The Pirates have scored in the first 5 or 6 minutes, but this did not occur this week, and it was London Scottish who were the more dangerous team – their team now strengthened by players returning from injury and the loan of a scrum half from Ealing. The Pirates were also giving away a number of penalties and it was no surprise when Scottish scored their first try after 21 minutes. It wasn’t long however, following a line-out, that Callum Sirker scored a try which was converted by Arwel Robson. Slowly The Pirates started to put pressure on London Scottish, and after a number of penalties and a yellow card against them, Tom Channon was driven over the line for an unconverted try. This was at half-time with the score 5-12.
It was hoped that with this yellow card, The Pirates would extend their lead, but this was not the case, but instead The Pirates started to give away penalties again. It wasn’t long therefore before Scottish brought the scores equal with a converted try after 56 minutes. The two teams were now striving for the next score and in the last quarter, after Scottish were unsuccessful with a penalty kick attempt, they scored an unconverted try to take the lead, 17-12. This was a wake-up call for The Pirates and it wasn’t long before Shae Tucker sent Callum Sirker over the line for a converted try. Albanyon Loundres thought that there would be a chance for the win and a bonus point now, as they were awarded a penalty, which they put into the corner for a catch and drive try. However, The Pirates overcame the move and were able to clear their line, and following a penalty given away by Scottish they were able to keep their line intact until the end of the game. Final score, London Scottish 17, The Cornish Pirates, and the bogey ‘put to bed’.