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Clock Face 34 Shevington 6
12:01pm Thursday 15th August 2013 in Sport
CLOCK Face ran out easy winners despite the game being held up for quite some time due to a bad second half injury to Steve O’Neill.
Clock got off to a good start with a try on their first attack, Martin Hutton breaking through and putting Alex Rigby over.
Shevington took the lead midway through the half but then had a player sin binned and Clock took full advantage.
From tap penalties, Matty Crehan and Matty Norton crossed, with Hutton adding on the extras.
The second half started off with both teams having chances.
When man-of-the-match Steve O’Neill broke through it looked like he was going to score but he was just caught and in the resulting tackle he went down injuring his ankle which led to the game being held up.
When the action restarted Clock started off best.
Shane Erskine swooped on a loose ball to score from close to the Shevington line, Hutton improving.
Shevington continued to be a threat but the game was finally put out of their reach when Adam McGowan, the players’ player of the match, broke through and Hutton finished off.
With the game now won it was left to Andy Stanton to go over from acting half back for the final try with just minutes left on the clock.
Hutton completed the comfortable win and a 16-point individual haul with his fifth conversion from six attempts.
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