Steer scores 16 points in Exmouth Nomads win at Cullompton

PUBLISHED: 08:11 17 October 2018 | UPDATED: 08:11 17 October 2018

Erin Inglis scores one of his hat-trick of tries in the Exmouth Nomads win at Cullompton. Picture CONTRIBUTED

Erin Inglis scores one of his hat-trick of tries in the Exmouth Nomads win at Cullompton. Picture CONTRIBUTED

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Exmouth Nomads were in hastily-arranged action at Cullompton where they produced a dominant performance to win 53-5.

Tom Steer sets the ball before knocking over a conversion during the Nomads win at Cullompton. Picture CONTRIBUTEDTom Steer sets the ball before knocking over a conversion during the Nomads win at Cullompton. Picture CONTRIBUTED

There were just seven minutes on the clock when Ian Wathes crossed the Cully whitewash.

The second try was the first of what would be a hat-trick of tries for Erin Inglis and a third try arrived in the first quarter, scored by Ethan Langson Justice. With half-time approaching it was the turn of returning traveller Tom Steer to cross the try line and when the whistle blew, Nomads trooped off with a 22-5 lead. After the break, conditions did not get any easier, but this did not affect the Nomads and, with Roger Holman keeping a close eye on proceedings, Inglis crossed for his second try before Ned Mills also scored – both early second-half tries were converted by Steer. With 15 minutes remaining, Tom Steer bagged his second try, bringing his personal points tally in the contest to 16. Inglis completed his hat-trick and his third try was converted by Rich Cadywould. The final score of the game was a try from Matt Seager.

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