JA v Sudbury home Nov 19
By Mark Harding
Despite several sustained attacks on Bury's defence, Sudbury JA were unrewarded against a dominant Bury.
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Sudbury kicked off and the teams looked equally matched until ten minutes when George ash ran a third of the pitch to get his first try of the game and 10th of this season, evading Sudbury’s defence to try under the posts. Ewan Sherrell converted the try 7-0
Sudbury’s scrum was strong and it took Bury’s forwards a number attempts to crack it.
An offload to Adam Walker followed by a deft hand off gave him the pace to outrun Sudbury and score under the posts taunting Sudbury’s defence as he did so. With another conversion the score was taken to 14-0.
Will Whittaker is well known for his incredible drives and the second half saw him power over for Bury’s third try with Ewan Converting, 21-0.
Bury’s depth of squadhelped them to maintain momentum while Sudbury lost a player to a knee injury, Bury’s Ben Duncan standing in as a replacement for them. The next play from the restart saw will Whittaker run the ball back into Sudbury’s half where a perfectly timed to off load to Joseph Donalds gave him the chance to run down the line scoring Bury’s fourth try. 28-0
Joel Clifford’s relentless drives through a tired and frustrated Sudbury defence enabled him to score his 3rd try of the season taking the score to 33-0.
In a final push, just before the full time whistle, Tyen Muller ran from the half-way line to score with Josh Buxton converting to end the game 40-0.
This result builds on last weeks away game to North Walsham where Bury only conceded one try winning 56-7.
photo : Tyen Mullers first try of the season.