TOTTONIANS would possibly nonetheless be Hampshire’s main aspect in London One South, however native bragging rights belong down the street at Havant RFC.
The Portsmouth membership, see you later the highest canine of the county, confirmed Totts they may be able to tournament the league learners as they claimed a see-saw fight 29-24 at Hooks Lane.
Totts struck first with a penalty from captain Robbie Searle they usually held a narrow lead at part time – Richard Greenback completing off a spoil from Pierre Clark and Bart van Herwijnen, whilst the hosts scored a attempt to penalty.
3 tries adopted in a while after the damage, two of them for Havant sooner than a Robbie Searle interception, landing and conversion introduced his aspect again into the sport.
Totts stored the momentum going and went forward when the house aspect conceded a penalty attempt to conversion after their pack collapsed a scrum.
Pounced Totts have been 24-22 to the nice at that time however the latter levels belonged to Havant who pounced with a match-winning attempt to conversion 5 mins from time.
Tottonians returned to their Water Lane base with a unmarried bonus level – unquestionably taking a look ahead to the rematch which is scheduled for April nine.
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