Miserable month for Hollismen

Hornsea RUFC suffered heavy defeats in their last three matches, going down 7-71 at home to Skipton on 29th October, 0-50 away to Ossett on 5th November and 17-43 at home to Hessle on 19th November. Having been promoted at the start of the season to Yorkshire Division 4 the team are clearly finding the opposition at this level very tough. The only bright note of the month came from the 2nd team on 12th November: Hornsea acheter viagra 2nd XV 38 Driffield 3rd XV 0 Hornsea produced a fantastic performance to dispose of a youthful Driffield side by 38 points to 0. From el uso de viagra en los jovenes the whistle Hornsea dominated the first half with Driffield finding it very difficult to get out of their twenty two. Hornsea scored five trys in the opening half through Martyn Pace (2), Jon Bickerdike, Rob Porter and a penalty try, with scrum half Jonathan Parker kicking three conversions. Parker and Bickerdike controlled the game for Hornsea and with the Hornsea pack dominating their opponents it was a very difficult afternoon for the Woldsmen. Driffield were able to stem the flow of Hornsea trys in the second half through some impressive tackling but they were unable to stop Max Clark who crashed his way to the line, converted by Martyn Pace. The Hornsea man of the match was Mike Bishop https://www.acheterviagrafr24.com/viagra-femme-prix-discount/ who impressed throughout the whole game, there were plenty of other notable performances for the Hollismen, the day was all about getting lads playing again and enjoying the social side of the game, this was certainly done. The mini / juniors had a good tournament at Hull Ionians on 13th November, and again got some deserved victories against some of the bigger clubs in the area.  

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