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Bletchley Ladies
Kenilworth Ladies
Sun 9 Dec 14:00 - RFUW - Women's Championship Midlands 2 Full time

Bletchley Ladies 57- Kenilworth Ladies 21


Bletchley gain bonus point win which takes them to 2nd in league

Sunday, 9th December 2018: Bletchley Ladies 57 –Kenilworth Ladies 21
Bletchley Ladies hosted Kenilworth on Sunday, looking to improve on their league position and put Buckingham, at the top of the table, under pressure. Kenilworth opened the match; Jodie Denton took the catch and set up a ruck. The ball passed through the hands, then was kicked down the pitch to gain ground. Kenilworth secured the ball, only to knock on going into a ruck. Bletchley held the scrum, with Betty Susova picking from the back and driving forward to Kenilworth’s 22. The ladies pushed on, helped by a penalty from their visitors. The ball found Susova again, who took it over the line to put the first points on the board. A sweet pop through the posts by Rachael Taylor added the extras; 7 – 0, just two minutes into play.

Bletchley demonstrated they were up for the game with another try eight minutes later, this time with the double from Taylor; 14 – 0. Three more minutes of play gave Bletchley their next score; the ball passed through the hands from the restart, working cleanly down the pitch. 30, out it found Jodie Dimmock, who ran it in to take the tally to 21 – 0. Another two minutes and Taylor took her second, moving things to 28 – 0. Dimmock then took her second five minutes later; this time the ball dropped the wrong side of the posts, but the gap was opened further to 33 – 0, and only half way through the first half!
From this point, Kenilworth dug in and began to put Bletchley under pressure. They pushed forward after gaining a scrum on the halfway line form a knock on by Bletchley. They moved on up, and soon were in Bletchley’s 22. Bletchley ripped the ball from a scrum and kicked to touch. Kenilworth took their line out but knocked on. This cat and mouse continued, but after a solid quarter of an hour of pressure, Bletchley finally managed to move play into their visitor’s half. Kenilworth continued to fight and turned over a ruck, then both took it in turns to hold the ball. Slowly, Bletchley moved play closer to the try line, but despite their best efforts, they gained no further score before the halftime whistle blew.
The second half looked as though it would play out in the same vein as the first; two minutes in Bletchley took their next points, courtesy of Susova. Caroline Collie’s kick fell just the wrong side of the posts, moving things to 38 – 0. However, Kenilworth were not going down without a fight. They pushed hard and worked the ball back into Bletchley’s territory. Bletchley dug in, but fifteen minutes of concerted pressure finally paid off for their visitors, who ran in a converted try to open their sheet; 38 – 7.
Ten minutes later Kenilworth managed it again with another converted try, which was met, just two minutes later with another from Bletchley’s Collie; 45 – 14. Kenilworth were not going to take this lying down though, chasing a kick over the line to drop on it and get the next points; 45 – 21.

Bletchley switched up the pressure and took two more tries, courtesy of Collie and Emma Lucey, before the final whistle blew. Collie converted her try, which left the final score at 57 – 21. With Buckingham losing their match this weekend, this moves Bletchley ladies just one point behind them in second place in the league.
The honours are reversed next week, with Bletchley Ladies travelling back to Kenilworth next Sunday, this time to play them in the Women’s Intermediate cup. Bletchley Ladies are a friendly, welcoming squad who train at Manor Fields on a Wednesday night, 7.00 – 8.30pm. They play hard, both on and off the pitch! We are always open to new recruits, whatever level you play at. If you think you’d like to be involved with this successful squad, come along and give us a try. For further information, contact Sally Peters,, or just turn up on Wednesday, with your boots, and see what we’re about.
1. Rachael Appleby
2. Laura Hussey
3. Jodie Denton
4. Lucy Draper
5. Toni Ranger
6. Isla Peters
7. Liv Pulfer
8. Betty Susova
9. Emma Lucey
10. Rae Taylor
11. Claire Haines
12. Caroline Collie
13. Hannah Prescott
14. Alexia Dany
15. Jodie Dimmock
16. Nicola Coaker
17. Sarah Cartlidge
18. Cazz Kay
19. Amie Daniels
20. Verity Robinson

Team selection

Team selection has not been published for this fixture yet.

League round up

League table

# Team Pl Pts
1. Bletchley Ladies 14 54
2. Buckingham Swans Ladies 14 54
3. West Bridgford Ladies 14 46
4. Lichfield Ladies II 14 42
5. Birmingham Moseley Ladies 14 27
6. Wymondham Wasps Ladies 14 26
7. Kenilworth Ladies 13 20

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