Too Little Too Late


Jordan Brace
By Blues Ed
March 27 2017

We have been waiting all season for the Blues to turn it on. The 44-21 victory at Scottish was very welcome but not witnessed by too many Blues supporters who have had to endure our least successful season for a long time ...

We went there looking for revenge for the 10-13 home defeat, and certainly got our rewards with a seven try demolition of the Tartan Exiles.

Dean Adamson and Jordan Burns  both crossed twice with  Pat Tapley, Dan George and Piers O’Conor also going over to give us a memorable win.

Most of the tries came on the break - testimony to the pace in the side on the day and the defence which kept a decent Scottish attack at bay.

It's the Mobbs Memorial tomorrow with the next first team game on April 8th when Carnegie bring down the curtain at Goldington Road - and just when we have found some form!

 

 

 

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Too Little Too Late
Posted by: Blues Brothers (IP Logged)
Date: 27/03/2017 14:32

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Re: Too Little Too Late
Posted by: blueherts (IP Logged)
Date: 27/03/2017 23:35

Were you actually at the match in Richmond, Blues Ed?

From where I was sitting there was a large contingent of Blues supporters making plenty of noise.

And the performance of the team was certainly not "too little" - as you would know if you had been there.
Better late than never - ask Rotherham!

Re: Too Little Too Late
Posted by: blueherts (IP Logged)
Date: 28/03/2017 09:49

P.S. It's BURNS not BRACE

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