Hessle are crushed after early promise
HESSLE let a promising opening slip to go down 62-15 at Thornensians in Yorkshire Division Three.
After 25 minutes, Hessle were competing well, trailing only 12-3.
However, their tackling deteriorated and the hosts took advantage with four tries to make it 38-3.
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Hessle replied with a try from Stuart Louth before the break, but Thornensians dominated afterwards.
Ashley Hedges made a storming run from a scrum after five minutes and when Thornensians were penalised Callum Cone was on target with the goal attempt to give Hessle the lead.
On 13 minutes, Danny Gilbert beat four men in a 45-yard run to score a try which Mark Beckett converted.
Brett Hunt made the most of poor tackling to charge through to the line on a 35-yard run.
In the 26th minute, Ollie Cox sold a dummy and set off on a curving run for a try which Beckett goaled.
Two minutes later, a short kick direct from a 22 drop-out saw Cox accelerate away in an 80-yard dash to score.
A misdirected kick bounced for Gary Sutton to touch down.
Hunt broke away from his own 22 and the 70-yard move ended with Aiden Smith scoring a try which Beckett converted.
In the last minute of the half, Hessle worked their way up to the home line and Louth crashed over for a try.
In the 57th minute, Hunt raced through for a try which Beckett goaled to make it 45-8.
Seven minutes later, the hosts broke away from half-way and a long run ended with Hunt touching down, converted by Beckett.
From the base of a maul, Lee Linsdell took possession and darted over to score.
Hessle's pack worked their way into the 22 and following good work by Mike Curran, Louth powered over for his second try.
Cone converted to make it 57-15 but Thornensians had the last word when Scott Berry finished off a sweeping move with the hosts' 10th try.