Honiton Musketeers Under-13s win well against Exeter Chiefs

PUBLISHED: 08:57 04 December 2013 | UPDATED: 08:57 04 December 2013

Honiton Musketeers Under-13s put their defeat at Bridgwater the previous week behind them as they dominated their game with Exeter Chiefs.

Early exchanges saw the Honiton midfield power through the Exeter defence and centre Henry Williams opened the scoring with a try under the posts.

Number-eight Jacob Wright soon got in the action, profiting from solid set piece situations, he helped himself to a first half hat-trick.

Williams finished the half in fine style with another barnstorming run from midfield ending with a try.

The second half saw Honiton make a number of positional changes, but the good play continued. Elliot Moran crossed the line twice and wing Sam Olive rounded off a fine move to score in the corner.

There were many fine performances through out the team, but the Man of The Match award went to outside centre Lewis Nicholas who created havoc in the Chiefs defence with his direct running.

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