Tindall leads the way for Fakenham

Line-out action from Saturday's match between Fakenham and Norwich Medics. Picture: Club

Line-out action from Saturday's match between Fakenham and Norwich Medics. Picture: Club - Credit: Archant

Fakenham recorded a comfortable 33-0 win at Norwich Medics to make it five straight league victories.

After a slow start the visitors settled into their game and with Jordi Walker setting the pace Murray Tindall scored two tries in the first half, both converted by Tom Bane Young.

One of these was a fantastic run in from near the halfway line.

Medics started the second half with renewed energy but the Fakenham defence was excellent. The Fakenham pack started to turn over rucks and make more yards while the dominance was most evident in a scrum that was driven 15 metres to allow Howard Kellock to score from the back.

The next try again came on the back of strong forward play tying in the Medics defence before Josh Gee displayed his strength of running, taking the ball at full speed and breaking tackles to score under the posts. The final try came when the ball was spun wide, allowing Tindall to coast in for his third of the day and sealing his man-of-the-match performance.


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