Bletchley Ladies put Moseley Ladies to the sword after weeks on the sidelines

Bletchley Ladies finally got back out on the pitch after two no-shows and let loose all of their frustration as they crushed Moseley Ladies 46-0 on Sunday.

Tuesday, 15th November 2016, 3:12 pm
Updated Wednesday, 16th November 2016, 5:34 pm
Bletchley Ladies put Moseley to the sword.

Having not played in league action for a long time, it took Bletchley just two minutes to get their scoring caps on as Scottish international Caroline Collie crossed the line, with Rachael Taylor kicking the extras.

It wasn’t long before Louise Pullan scored their second try, capitalising after Moseley knocked on at the restart to make it 12-0.

Moseley weren’t without their chances though - including a six phase move which saw them within five metres of the Bletchley line, but some stern defensive work from the home side kept them at bay.

Turning defence into attack, Bletchley countered though, as Clare Stacey started and finished a brilliant move to make it 17-0.

There was time for one more try before half time as Collie set up Stacey for her second of the afternoon to make it 22-0 at the interval.

It was more of the same for Bletchley in the second half, as Collie added her second try before Rachael Taylor crossed over too, making it 32-0.

Toneisha Moss collected and ran in Emma Taylor’s chip to extend the lead further before Collie completed her hat-trick in the closing stages, and with Rachael Taylor’s boot adding the extras, Bletchley ran out 46-0 winners.