Colts captain Luke Crunden led by example, scoring two tries as his side overcame a strong challenge from
their Welsh opponents under the Dockham-rd floodlights.

Cinderford went behind to an unconverted try, but recovered to lead 10-5 at the interval with Ryan Walding
kicking a penalty and converting Crunden’s first try.

The visitors levelled the scores with another unconverted try, but Crunden’s second effort and a late penalty
from Jack Jones ensured victory for Cinderford.

Cinderford Colts; Adam Wilce, Matt Hawkins, Jack Jones, Liam Littleton, Ryan Walding, Connor Winchle,
Ollie Whiting, Ashley Macey, Luke Crunden, Jake Drinkwater, Hayden Jennings, George Hale, Ollie Floyd,
Josh Tenning, Jake Bonser.
Replacements; Mike Mathers, Sam Baker, Tom Ward, Andy Knight.