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Wed 1st May 2019
Moray’s final, rearranged Tennent’s Caledonia League Division 2 North fixture against North Police Scotland was played at Woodside, Aberdeen on Tuesday evening with the Police team running out comfortable 47 points to 26 winners.

With the visitors still feeling the effects of the dash to Aberdeen after work and the lack of warm-up time, the Police team took early advantage by landing a penalty and scoring three tries in the first fifteen minutes to take a 20 point to nil lead.

In the 21st minute, Moray forced their way to an attacking scrum, 15 metres out. The home side managed to turn the ball over but the attempt to clear was charged down by Connor McWilliam who managed to collect the ball and score. Rory Millar landed the conversion from out wide for 20-7.

The Police side extended their lead in the 26th minute through a converted try after strong running play before the Elgin side scored a second when Gareth Dunscombe was quickest to react and scored an unconverted try following a second charge down near the home line, leaving the half-time score at 27-12.

The early part of the second half was dominated by the Police who used their height in the line to good effect and they added two unconverted tries to extend their lead to 37-12.

In the 51st minute, a good passage of play gave the Elgin side good territory and following a quick tap at a penalty in the 22, Harvey Freeman barged his way through the defence to score. Jonny Haslam added the extras for 37-19.

Around the midpoint of the half, the Aberdeen side put the game beyond doubt, at 47-19, when they added two unconverted tries in a six-minute period through strong scrummaging and hard running.

Moray were down but not out and dominated the game in the last quarter. In this period, they had a number of opportunities and did get over the whitewash when Harvey Freeman breached the defence with another strong run to score a fourth, converted try for 47-26 and secure a bonus point.

The Police side had thoroughly deserved their victory as they had played some good strong and open rugby. The Moray side stuck in, played well in the latter part of the game and that determination earned them a bonus point.

This concludes the ‘15s’ season for Moray but there are ‘7s’ tournaments to compete in with the first of these at Morriston this weekend.

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Caledonia 2 North

(2019/20 Results)
Aberdeenshire 14 48
Highland 2nd XV 12 47
Ab'deen Gram 2nd XV 13 35
Mackie Academy 14 33
Banff 14 31
Moray 14 29
North Police 12 28
Ross Sutherland 11 18

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