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Peterlee Pumas 6 Blackbrook 56
Updated 9:09am Monday 24th March 2014 in Sport
Brook returned to winning ways running in eleven tries to ease to an expected win in the North East.
It took only three minutes for the visitors to open their account. Good work from Centre Jack Parker Took play deep into the home team half Sean Richardson took possession and fired out a long range pass to Stephen Parkinson who scored an unconverted try in the corner.
On ten minutes Brook scored their second try again in was Parker that made a good run taking play to the Peterlee try line and again it was Richardson that produced the pass for Danny Fairhurst to score with Parkinson converting.
Five minutes later Brook scored their third try and again Richardson was involved the Peterlee defenders struggled to contain Brooks experienced pack man and again he found winger Stephen Parkinson in support that crossed for his second try in the corner.
Peterlee got themselves into the game and after forcing Brook to drop out from under their posts Richard Foster powered in his way from close range for a try converted by Paul Flynn.
The visitors hit back with two more tries before the interval firstly Scott Davidson was involved twice in move before producing a brilliant offload from Ian Honey to score with Parkinson converting.
Darren Forshaw made a break which resulted in Scott Davidson Brooks fifth try of the first half.
The sixth try came soon after the restart Brook brilliantly kept the ball alive by sweeping play from the right hand side to the left wing were Parkinson was on hand to complete his hat trick of tries.
On the hour mark a penalty had the visitors on the attack close to the Peterlee line and it was Scott Davidson this time had too much strength for the tiring defenders with Parkinson converting the try.
Brook's next try came direct from the kick off the ball landed in the arms of Parkinson who dodged and weaved his way through the would be tacklers to race 75 metres to score his fourth try under the posts and added the conversion for good measure.
Three minutes later Brook were in again Sean Richardson sent Scott Lyon clear he turned the ball inside for Ian Honey to complete a brace of tries with Parkinson kicking his fifth conversion.
The visitors weren’t finished yet a Scott Davidson surge produced the space for Jack Parker to go over and in the final minute great handling enable Skipper Greg Hale to touchdown in the corner with Chris Springford this time adding a superb conversion.
Darren Forshaw whose created running caused Peterlee problems all afternoon was selected as The Tisdalls Man of the Match with Scott Davidson and Sean Richardson sharing the NL Commercials Players' Man of the Match.