Tenbury Rugby Club skipper Pete Stevens weary of threat from Clee Hill's Richard Wozencroft (From Ludlow Advertiser)
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Tenbury Rugby Club skipper Pete Stevens weary of threat from Clee Hill's Richard Wozencroft in Midlands Four West (North)
Cannock 27 pts Tenbury 10 pts
TENBURY skipper Pete Stevens says he will be leading from the front in this Saturday’s home derby against Clee Hill.
Stevens’ men crashed to a 27-10 defeat at Cannock last weekend and he knows it’s vital they bounce back at Palmer’s Meadow.
“We have had a couple of losses - and we were not used to that last season,” said Stevens, who picked up a dead leg injury.
“Richard Wozencroft has signed for Clee Hill from us and he’s a good mate of mine. There will be no love lost - I will be leading from the front and ready to see what Richard Wozencroft has to offer.”
Newcomer Tom Lawley put Tenbury 5-0 ahead in last Saturday’s Midlands Four West (North) curtain-raiser at Cannock.
But Tenbury trailed 15-5 at the interval and were well beaten when full-back Freddie Hughes bagged the visitors’ second touchdown. “We took a very good squad to Cannock but we couldn’t pull off the win,” said Stevens. “We did OK - but we were upset that we didn’t put more points on the board.”