In reply Argaum made inroads into the opposition half but only had 2 Jake Turfrey penalties to show for their efforts. The second half was a much different affair as the visitors took the game to Oaks and caused problems for their defence. It was no more than they deserved when Jake Turfrey went over from a tap penalty to claim the touchdown. Plymstock were limited to a single second half penalty. Argaum will rue their lethargic start to the game otherwise the result of this competitive encounter would have been very much in the balance.
Plymstock 25 Argaum Colts 11Written by Richard Belli
Argaum produced a fine second half fightback in this passionate and at times bruising local derby. Argaum were caught defending too narrow on a number of occasions in the first half which allowed the experienced home side to run in 4 tries one of which was converted.