Buffaloes Bulletin: Bramley shine in the sun

Kieran Hudson

By Paul Abraham

With the sun shining the Bramley Buffaloes first and second teams enjoyed victories in a masterclass of attacking rugby.  

The fans were first treated to a fine 26-10 victory as the second team again showed the strength in depth with tries coming from Clark, Blanchard, Gaunt, Cobley and Wilkinson with Captain Tom Jenkins adding three goals.  

The first team followed this victory with a complete all-round performance as Birstall Victoria had no answer to the Buffaloes slick attacking play.   

A try on the fifth minute by Ben Perrot opened the scoring before Birstall hit back to take the lead 6-4.  

Any fears that this was going to be a tough and close match soon evaporated as tries from Sam Marshall, Keiran Hudson, Connor McGill, a second tries for Perrot and Hudson, with two goals from McGill the Buffs ended the half leading 28-6.  

As the heat started taking its toll on the visitors the Buffs completely dominated the second forty minutes and their quick hands and dynamic running saw second half tries for Cam Leeming, Bailey Harman, a second try for Marshall, Sam Neave and in the final minute a try for Hudson to complete his hat-trick.  Kaspar Mroz added two conversions to give the buffaloes a fine 52-6 victory.

Full match reports from Andy and Devon Johnson can be read on the following link and many thanks to them for supplying such comprehensive match reports each week.

Yorkshire Men’s League Division Three results

Bramley 52 Birstall Victoria 6

York Acorn 80 Wyke 14

New Earswick All Blacks 8 Dodworth Miners 22

Upton 48 Elland/Greetland 8

The Buffaloes sit top of the division on points difference above Dodworth Miners with both side winning three of their four matches played.

This week’s visitors

Another home game this Saturday as Wyke visit the Blue Hill Lane ground.  The Bradford-based club have had a tough start to the season so far with a narrow 22-28 home defeat to New Earswick All Blacks before a 12-44 home defeat to Odsal Sedbergh in a friendly a week before last Saturday’s 14-80 hammering at York Acorn.

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