Steer scores 16 points in Exmouth Nomads win at Cullompton
PUBLISHED: 08:11 17 October 2018 | UPDATED: 08:11 17 October 2018
Exmouth Nomads were in hastily-arranged action at Cullompton where they produced a dominant performance to win 53-5.
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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