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GUTSY’s performance in hazy conditions close to the comic led to Edinburgh last night’s first home win An attempt at either half, from rookie Lee Roy Atalivo and then prostitute David Sherry, laid the foundations for victory, with Nathan Chamberlain adding to the rest of the points with his shoes
After their first season win at Scarlitz last night, this was another show of character and coolness on Richard Cockrell’s part, and the performance was commendable given the patchwork nature of the side.
Cockrell said, “It’s a good win.” “I thought the players put themselves in well. The weather got really bad and we did some hard work since the start of the second half but with the players we lost and the problems we face about injury, the boys played great and we deserved to win.”
Conditions were foggy but benign in the first half, but visibility worsened steadily after the break. Initially, some box kicks were difficult to track, but after that, the harder only condensed the close seam and the first ten yards of the field were clearly visible from the West Wing The end, that didn’t matter, as Edinburgh sticks to its mission to capture four more much-needed spots
The match began in a manner encouraging for the host team, with two periods of constant possession culminating in Chamberlain’s opening scoring with a 25-meter penalty kick. The Cardiff streak wasn’t really threatening, but the home team stuck to their mission hard to enforce the opening
They quickly returned to the attack, but were once again unable to make their way far in 22 against a well-trained defense. This time the attack ended with a penalty kick on Cardiff, allowing them to clear their lines as the first half approached from midway, that defensive toughness did not translate into any A lead ball forward for the Blues, partly due to their easy mistakes, but also thanks to two powerful tackles from Eroni Sau.
When visitors finally got some show on the ball, they soon received a penalty kick, which Edinburgh sent deeply touched at 22 for the Blues The initial drive was held, but a series of pickups and runs approached the poles, then Atalifo finished the prop Chamberlain turned to take his team into characters Dual
After Cardiff fell behind by falling further, he increased his pace and quickly won with a 30-meter penalty kick Jason Tovey seemed to be on target all the way, but bounced off the far post and returned to play for Edinburgh to clear it
Despite this failure, this step was the first real warning sign for the home side’s defense, and the final minutes of the game found them under severe pressure again. They were equal in challenge, however, and the spilled ball allowed them to clear their lines and add the 10-0 run to goodness.
That lead was under serious threat right from the start of the second half as the crash penalty touched and the Blues strikers put together a campaign similar to the one that led to Atalifu’s attempt. This was stopped, and he was stopped again on the other side of the field.
Then Edinburgh returned to the front foot, and a penalty was sent for offside to touch. He threw the cherry inside and then reached the end of the attack, and a continuous effort ended with the bitch reaching down and Chamberlain’s attempt to turn away
With Dan Gamble and Sam Grahamslow in their early beginnings, Cockrell’s team had half-late opportunities to consolidate their lead however, there was only one clear chance, and that was the important opportunity, as Chamberlain finished the match with a second successful penalty kick.
Edinburgh: J Blain E. Saw, M. Bennett, C. Dean (J. Johnston 74), G. Farndale; Chamberlain, H Bergus (Captain) (N Groom 78); Schumann (S. Grahamslow 77), De Sherry (Willems 54), El Atalivo (De Gamble 53), A. Ferreira (M Sykes 66), J. Hodgson, M. Bradbury, L Crosby (C Boel 68), Miller alternative not used: C Shell
Cardiff Blues: H Amos; A Summerhill (M Morgan 54), G Smith, M Llewellyn, O Lane; J Tovey (B Thomas 48), L Jones (J Hill 49); P Ther (C. Domachowski 43), K Dacey (Captain) (E Lewis 65), D Arib (S Andrews 54), J. Ratti (P. Murphy 54), R Thornton, J. Turnbull, O Robinson, W. Boyd (S More 18 ))
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