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Dragons blow London Welsh away in LV Cup


Phil McKenzie is tackled by the Dragons defence

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Article Published: Sunday 3 February 2013


Newport Gwent Dragons beat Premiership outfit London Welsh 14-42 in the Anglo Welsh LV Cup at the Kassam Stadium on Sunday.

London Welsh finished pointless in the tournament after suffering their fourth consecutive defeat with fly-half Steffan Jones booting 27 points for his team.

Welsh led 9-6 at half-time but the Dragons surged and finished on a high.

The match was played in front of a crowd of just 500, one of the lowest in the competition's history.

Final Score London Welsh 14 NG Dragons 42

Scorers

London Welsh
Tries - Williamson
Pen - Davis 3
Con -
Drop -

NG Dragons
Tries - Amos, Jones, Groves
Pen - Jones 7
Con - Jones 3
Drop -

Match Officials
Referee
: Andrew Small (RFU) 8th competition game.
Assistant Referees: Chris Sharp, Gareth Copsey.

Teams

London Welsh:

15. Tom Voyce, 14. Joe Ajuwa, 13. Gonzalo Tiesi, 12. Sonny Parker, 11. Phil MacKenzie, 10. Ryan Davis, 9. Alex Davies, 1. Tom Bristow, 2. Neil Briggs, 3. Greg Bateman, 4. Jonathan Mills, 5. Matt Corker, 6. Lee Beach (c), 7. Ryan Newman, 8. Daniel Browne.

Replacements: 16. Gareth Evans, 17. Franck Montanella, 18. James Tideswell, 19. Adam Brown, 20. Ed Williamson, 21. Tyson Keats, 22. Gavin Henson, 23. James Lewis.

Dragons

Hallam Amos, Matthew Pewtner, Pat Leach, Jack Dixon, Tom Prydie, Steffan Jones, Wayne Evans (c); Owen Evans, Hugh Gustafson, Dan Way, Ian Nimmo, Adam Jones, Jevon Groves, Darren Waters, Ieuan Jones.

Replacements: Sam Parry, Phil Price, Nathan Williams, Josh Tyler, Nic Cudd, Rhys Downes, Ashley Smith, Dan Evans

 
 
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