COUNTERATTACKING play from visitors Redingensians proved the difference as Henley Bulls lost out at Dry Leas in a
COUNTERATTACKING play from visitors Redingensians proved the difference as Henley Bulls lost out at Dry Leas in a friendly match last Saturday.
The visitors opened the scoring from a driving maul line-out before Henley scrum half St Perham ran the length of the pitch to level the scores.
In the next 20 minutes the visitors scored two further well worked tries and led comfortably 17-7 until Joel Thomas, the Henley right wing, cut an angle from right to left and crashed over to pull the half-time score to 14-17.
The Bulls took a lead in the second half when centre Louis Flynn scythed his way through the Redingensians defence for a third converted try. However, late in the game with the Bulls pushing hard the visitors broke away to score two tries against the run of play.