October 3, 2009

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Argaum stay joint top of Tribute South & West Devon 1 as the winning streak continued against their cross-Tamar rivals at Defiance Field.

Evening Herald Report

PLYMOUTH Argaum made it four wins from four games, while a young Saints side are still searching for their first win.

The joint leaders scored early when Jack Usher broke several Saints tackles to score. They took control when impressive number eight Michael Hunt set up Jamie White for the second, Chris Hamer converting.

Argaum led 12-0 at the half and continued where they left off in the second, Hunt going over, then Usher scoring a brace of tries. In between, Sam Morris scored a try for Saints, converted by Ben Green.

Head coach Chris Goodman admitted to some mixed feelings about the result – he played alongside visiting coach Howell Phillips for Argaum in the 1970s – but he insisted the team would keep searching for that elusive first victory.

Goodman said: "We're getting more players back in six weeks, including Dave Sibson, who is a big player for us, so we should be a different side after Christmas."

He added: "The boys played well and enjoyed it and we'll keep trying for our first win."

 

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