Rampant Paviors run in ten tries
PAVIORS bagged ten tries on the way to an impressive 68-17 victory at Loughborough.
Pavs scored regularly throughout the half to take a 42-5 lead into the break.
Unfortunately the game ended on a sour note with a mass brawl which saw Joe Crossland sent off.
Pavs know that a much sterner test is in store next week against Ilkeston.
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Pavs tries came from Doug Billam (3), Jonty Green (2), Ash Weatherall, Josh Peck, Jaz Kelly, Gareth Briggs and Will Crossley.
Paviors III's won 42-5 at Bakewell in the Pennant.
LONG Eaton had five changes to the starting line up at home to Cleethorpes.
Long Eaton dominated the opening phases on a heavy pitch but trailed to a penalty.
Changes at half time saw Josh Newton and Gary Sumpter added to the back line.
Long Eaton's dominance finally paid dividends when Shaun Darnell powered his way over the line. Ryan Beresford converted from out wide to make it 7-3.
Only a fine tackle by Gary Sumpter prevented the visitors winning the match with seconds to spare.
Ollerton went down 28-10 at home to league leaders Bingham.
Ollerton played well, but their penalty count let them down. Bingham scored two early penalties from Anthony Thomas.
Ollerton replied with a cheeky try from scrum half Sean Cogan to make it 5-6.
The second half proved to be more of a game with excellent passages from both sides.
Will Packer rescued a poor scrum making an initial break putting Matt Forde away and 60 metres was gained very quickly. But possession was lost short of the line.
Bingham then forced Ollerton into a poor clearance and Lee Fretwell gratefully accepted the kick and scored wide out. Thomas converted to make it 13-5.
Ollerton were not out of it and No.8 Jim Wigglesworth picked up and crashed over for a try.
Bingham then started to get into the game gaining territory and possession leading to a penalty to extend the lead 16-10.
Bingham turned the ball over from a lost line out and Dan Bartram showed his strength, breaking from the maul to drive over for 21-10.
Ollerton were now in a position of having to force the game and aggressive defence forced a turnover releasing Ian Taylor and agonizingly short.
Bingham kept the pressure on any Ollerton possession and Chris Spibey cleaned out at the ruck allowing Will Packer to get quick ball and feed Jonathan Thomas. He ran in unopposed under the posts. and Thomas added the extra two points.
Ollerton's man of the match was flanker Stuart Parker.
Bingham's next home game is on December 1 in the quarter-final of the Notts Junior Cup (2:15pm).