Cary players on top in a fiery battle
Castle Cary 31pts, Midsomer Norton 2nd XV 19
A MATCH-UP of a strong MSN scrum versus the talented Cary backs produced a resounding win for the home side.
The sides were evenly matched until Cary pressure paid and Chris Wake burst over to score and John Clay converted.
Before long, Phil Wake stepped inside the defence to touch down under the posts, Clay again converting.
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The match was punctuated by incidents and a yellow card which led to MSN scoring a converted try to narrow the gap. Straight from the restart Cary were back on the attack, slicing through to score for a 19-7 half time lead.
MSN came back strongly but play was again halted after some robust exchanges and the referee was forced to issue two more yellow cards.
When the rugby restarted, a sweeping move the length of the pitch led to Clay scoring and converting. MSN came back again and scored a second time through the forwards. The match ended on a high note when a superb move led to hooker Jordon Smith showing his pace to touch down. MSN grabbed a penalty try through their strong pack but it was too little too late.