By NIGEL WILCE
THERE was late drama at Cinderford when the referee awarded the home side a penalty try for a deliberate knock-on, which enabled them to complete the double over Blackheath.
Much of the match was a real dogfight between two well-matched sets of forwards.
The visitors opened the scoring after six minutes when outside-half Mark Cooke landed a penalty, but the Forest of Dean side soon struck back with a well-created try from winger Ed Bogue, which Paul Morgan clinically converted.
Cinderford had much the better of territory ...
Access all our premium content from as little as 14p per day!
Already a subscriber to our website? Login