Castle Cary come from behind to continue winning start
Castle Cary 23, Hornets 19
A STUNNING hat-trick from Chris Wake saw Castle Cary come from behind to beat Hornets RFC.
Cary continued their great start to the Somerset Tribute League One campaign thanks to three tries from the prop.
The visitors made a bright start as Cary struggled to cope with the fast Hornets backs.
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Despite John Clay giving Cary the early lead with two penalties, the Hornets powered back with three tries to give them a 19-6 lead.
The home side took control of the second half as Wake scored two quick tries to put victory within touching distance.
A patient drive from Cary was rewarded, with Wake scoring following a rolling maul to give the hosts the lead.
The visitors came close to stealing victory in the closing stages as a missed tackle let in the Hornets back. Luckily for Cary, a spilled pass allowed the home side to clear their lines and hang on for the win.
Castle Cary 2nds fell to an impressive Martock side 37-7 who cruised past the under-strength hosts.