November 16, 2009

Liskeard-Looe II...8 Chiefs...10

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ARGAUM moved into the next round of the Lockie Cup thanks to a last-minute try from Mark O'Kane in an exciting first round tie.

Number eight O'Kane crashed over the Liskeard line for the second time in the game almost on the whistle.

Liskeard had led 5-0 at half-time after a break-out try scored wide out in the corner.

The Cornish side added three more points to their cause after the break, before Argaum changed tactics and the outcome of the tie.

O'Kane, following good work from John Theophanides and strong running from Jack Usher, went over for the first of his double-haul of tries.

The only downside for Argaum was the yellow carding of Theophanides five minutes from time.

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