March Bears 46-13 Wisbech Wildcats: Second half try-fest helps the Bears to commanding win in local derby
- Credit: Archant
A storming second half performance saw March Bears claim the points – and the local bragging rights – over rivals Wisbech Wildcats last weekend.
Six of the Bears’ boys helped themselves to tries, with five coming in the second period, as they swept past their local adversaries with a 46-13 victory.
The Wildcats took an early lead through a penalty, but the hosts fired back through Donavon Stone’s try.
Ill-discipline allowed Wisbech to reduce the deficit with another penalty, but Jonathan Beavis soon slotted a kick of his own to give the Bears a 10-6 lead going into the break.
The second half try-fest began through skipper Simon Althoff who dotted down after some powerful running from Kris Feaviour and Tom Ratcliffe added another soon after following another slick move.
You may also want to watch:
Wisbech started to put together a few phases and managed to reduce March’s lead to 22-13, but Jonathon Tulip soon extended the home side’s advantage when he crashed over.
Edward Cribb then secured the points with another try, before Ben Pyle and Jack Allison rounded off a successful afternoon for the Bears with two more scores.
- 1 ‘You now have s**t on your face,’ objector to planning scheme told
- 2 Suspected paedophile, 61, arrested in live Facebook video stream
- 3 Man, 53, found in 'possession of knife' in Queensgate Shopping Centre
- 4 Man who died in road crash is named
- 5 Success after six year battle to get 21 homes approved on factory site
- 6 Reporter shares mid-treatment stages of teeth transformation
- 7 Wright hopes overseas ace's return boosts March Town play-off hopes
- 8 Hundreds go bargain hunting in the sun at first car boot since lockdown
- 9 MP praises 'fantastic' vaccine team after having Covid-19 jab
- 10 Here are your winners of the Pride of Whittlesey awards
March will hope for a second win this weekend when they take on Haverhill 2nds, while the Wildcats will hope to uproot themselves from the bottom of the Eastern Counties Division Three West with success over high-flying St Ives 2nds.