Emphatic victory for the Wanderers

PUBLISHED: 09:25 07 October 2016 | UPDATED: 09:25 07 October 2016

Father and son combination James and Dan Press enjoyed playing together for Weston Wanderers.

Weston Wanderers 81 pts

Frome 3rd XV 5 pts

Weston fourths won their first league game with an emphatic victory against a game Frome side.

Tries came from Alec Hughes, Joe McGrath, Dave Steele, Aaron Collins, Pete Devanney and Dan Press.

Dan Press made his first game at senior level at scrum-half, and joined his father James on the pitch for a father-son combination. It was also Pete Devanney’s first senior game for the club and he scored a fantastic solo try before the end of the game.

He was joined by Tony Scott who joined the club this year and Harry Bush, who played for Weston Colts and returned after three years to represent the club.

The Wanderers are a result of the hard work completed over the last few years at the club. Anyone wishing to join in a fun game of fourth team rugby, please contact Tony Bush at Weston RFC or visit the club’s website.

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