03 January 2017 / Club News


A bleak day for Tata Steel and their loyal followers down in Narberth on Saturday, where any ambition of pushing league pace-setters Pontypool for the title were blown out of the water by an energetic and clinical Narberth outfit.

The writing was on on the wall almost from the kick-off as the Otters spread the ball with pace and accuracy to score in the corner with the games first attack. Tata right wing Jordan Skidmore then displayed some great individual skill to chip the Narberth back line and regathering his own kick, linked up with his teammates and eventually no8 Matthew Llewellyn was able to wrestle his way over the line.
 Unfortunately this was to be the only notable Tata attack of the day, and it was all one way traffic after this. One small bright spot in an otherwise gloomy day was the debut of hooker Jordan Hawkins, who showed some spirit with several energetic runs and more importantly a decent throwing arm in the line out.

Next week is another tough trip, away to Beddau.


Narberth 46 - 5 Tata Steel

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