ARMY OVERCOME POLICE BARRIER WITH SEVEN GOOD TRIES
The Army mounted sustained attacks to score three good tries inside fifteen minutes against an experienced British Police team at Imber Court. The men in Blue were certainly not overawed, particularly in the set scrums and the rolling mauls. This is probably the best prepared Army squad in twenty years. Players were fit and quick of mind and hand and ran in seven well worked tries for a 50 pts—17 victory.
Individually the Police side played their hearts out but when plans A and B, the set scrum and the rolling maul, failed the tank was empty.
Next game is against Worcester Warriors (Away) on 6 March.
They will set the bar and we must clear it before addressing the little problem of the Mobbs Memorial Match at Northampton Saints on 21 March. Two great matches—BE THERE !