18/02/2018 08:54
Gutsy performance fails to halt Whitland

After four weeks of inactivity through the weather and the Six Nations Tumble traveled to the most western point of Carmarthenshire to take on title-challenging Whitland RFC in Division 2 West. Despite a gutsy performance from the Magpies it was the home side who emerged victorious, wining the game 31-15. The Green and Whites took an early lead with a converted try before Tumble captain Steven Hewitt brought the score back to 7-3 with a well taken penalty goal. After 25 minutes Whitland increased their lead with an unconverted try before Magpies winger Sam Jones went over for his ?? try of t.....

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18/02/2018 09:50:15
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18/02/2018 09:27:12
Gutsy performance fails to halt Whitland: Whitland 31 - Y Tymbl 15. ⚫⚪🏈 #YmlaenYPiod


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