Bank of England shut out by Vees

PUBLISHED: 11:29 24 November 2014 | UPDATED: 11:29 24 November 2014

Verulamian shut out the Bank of England RFC in a 19-0 win

Verulamian shut out the Bank of England RFC in a 19-0 win


Verulamians shut out Bank of England RFC in a 19-0 win on Saturday.

On a damp, murky afternoon, Verulamians, with a once again much changed side from the previous week, dominated up front and created the platform to allow the backs to experiment and form a cohesive line that eventually penetrated the opposition to run in three tries.

Strong running by winger Levi White resulted in one try, that was supplemented by lock Graham Ross, in a wing position at the time, and Ben Russell in the second half.

More points should have come Vees’ way, except for the resilient last ditch defence by a plucky Bank of England side.

Vees’ next home league match is against Haringey on Saturday, December 6. Kick-off is 2.15pm.

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