A DISAPPOINTING second half confined Clock Face Miners to a 32-10 defeat away Eastmoor Dragons.

Eastmoor opened the scoring on five minutes when they went over close to the sticks and slotted over an easy conversion.

However, Clock hit back 10 minutes later when Jack Highcock intercepted and raced 90m to score and duly converted his own try.

Clock then took the lead on 30 minutes when good hands put Tom Taylor in out wide, the conversion was missed. But, Eastmoor hit back with a late first half try to take a 12-10 half time lead.

That unfortunately was the end of Clock’s scoring as Eastmoor went on to score 20 unanswered second half points.

Although, the Clock side shouldn’t feel too disheartened, it was a spirited effort with a number of lads making their NCL debut.