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National Two record try scorer Matt Gallagher scored his first Championship try just before half time – finishing a training ground line out and maul move. Despite being 33 v 7 down at half time, Scottish made Ampthill work for their four second half tries. Scrum-half Pete White capped an impressive afternoon’s performance with Ampthill’s sixth try, capitalising on a forced defensive error as the Mob attacked in numbers. Captain Charlie Beckett claimed a rare try after another Scottish error before replacement scrum half Lewis Finlay found a gap to get Ampthill’s eighth try and hard-working wing Conor Rankin took advantage of a Charlie Hudson break to claim the Mob’s ninth try. Following the win, Head Coach Paul Turner said “this is a performance that has been coming.
Image: Dan Nutton scored London Scottish’s third try (Image: London Scottish Rugby) Second half comeback falls short Thoughts of Richmond’s comeback in the second period at the same venue just six days ago would have been hot in the memory of Mike Rayer and his men but a brief foray into comeback territory petered out. The Blues were required to carry out steadfast defence in the opening clashes of the second half when they needed to start fast, but the scoreboard remained the same until the 65th minute. The ball was ripped from the breakdown and found Jake Garside who tore away down the wing to reduce the Scottish lead to 21-10.
Match Report: 1st XV 59 v 7 London Scottish, 01/10/2022 - Ampthill RugbyFollowing defeats in their opening three Championship fixtures and relinquishing a 19-point advantage against Coventry last weekend, Ampthill Head Coach Paul Turner had warned his players about underestimating London Scottish and got the reaction he was looking for as the Mob ran in nine tries with a convincing 59 v 7 win at Dillingham Park. Ampthill took four minutes to open the scoring – Caleb Montgomery crossing the whitewash following sustained forwards pressure on the Scottish tryline. Gwyn Parks adding the first of his five conversions.
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Thoughts of reducing the gap further though were scuppered by a late try from Sam Riley for the hosts and 16 points with five minutes remaining was too much of a difference to fight back from. A late try for Pat Tapley gave Bedford a sniff of a losing bonus point but it wasn’t to be, capping a disappointing performance with a 26-17 loss. “We didn’t play the conditions well” Bedford’s man-of-the-match, voted for by the Bedford Rugby Followers Association, Tui Uru admitted, “we didn’t play the conditions well and we didn’t play the smartest rugby with a wet ball”. Asked what lessons Bedford Blues can take from the past fortnight, the very short answer was, “Discipline, 100%. We’re letting teams back in on our own mistakes” The loss opens up Pool Two of the Championship Cup, with tough challenges to come against Doncaster Knights and Coventry, who Bedford Blues host at Goldington Road next Friday night.
Disappointing Blues lose Championship Cup opener at London Scottish - Bedford IndependentImage: London Scottish Rugby The Richmond Athletic Ground is becoming a bit of a hoodoo ground for Bedford Blues after they were beaten again at the venue, this time by London Scottish in the opening round of the Championship Cup.
Ben Cambriani grabbed his fifth and sixth tries of this campaign on six and ten minutes. The first coming from a Rankin break and kick infield for Cambriani to chase, and the second when the wing came inside to take advantage from continued forward pressure. Scottish grabbed a consolation try in the 18th minute when inside centre Robbie McCallum broke the line to score left of posts, Shepherd adding the extras from his only attempt of the afternoon from the tee. Ampthill wrapped up the bonus point on 33 minutes, number eight Paddy Ryan scoring off the back of the scrum. A dominant performance from Ryan came to end two minutes later when he was forced from the field to be replaced by Cai Devine.
On paper, the fixture against the Championship’s bottom club looked to be one of the simpler ones in a pool also consisting of Doncaster Knights and Coventry but Scottish pulled it out the bag in the face of a poor Blues showing. Louis Grimoldby, getting a rare start in the number ten jersey, opened the scoring for Bedford Blues with a penalty on the ten-minute mark, but that’s as good as it good for the visitors in the opening half. Ten minutes later, Scottish would gain a lead they would never surrender with Jack Ingall smashing through the Blues defence and by the half hour mark, they’d opened up an 11-point gap. A swift Scottish move found its way out to the wing where Noah Ferdinand crashed through one tackle and dived into the corner with the Friday night crowd sensing an upset in the process. That lead was increased just before half-time as scrum half Dan Nutton also dived over, and with Harry Sheppard adding the extras on each occasion, London Scottish led 21-3 at the break.
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