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Re: Hendon v Bath

By John Rogers18/12/2017 09:52Mon Dec 18 09:52:01 2017In response to Re: Hendon v Bath

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Saturday was a fascinating match-up, I thought. A scrappy first period in which we managed to get our noses in front followed by a slow start in the second half in which Bath equalised.

After that I thought we became more and more in control of things and looked the more assured side of the two. It sounds as though Bath are in a period of transition, as we have been at times in the past, reliant on young loanees from Pro Clubs.

Niko showed that he is so much more than just a goal scorer by managing to keep the ball alive for Keagan's goal which was in itself a neat little deft finish.

Everyone played their part, the core were particularly impressive though. Thoroughly deserved win and as Rob W rightly states, no histrionics at the end, just a feeling if job done - onto the next one.

Well done boys. Let's hope we get a deservedly rich reward next time out.

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