Holley, Warren and Glynn won with Moseley, as did Marshall at Old Albanians © BT Sport
Rugby News Saints quartet victorious over weekend
Four of the seven Saints out on dual registration at the weekend tasted victory, but all were affected by the horrific storm that also hit the first team in Newport on Saturday afternoon.
After a 15-minute delay to kick off, a Moseley side including Will Hooley and Tom Warren made it back-to-back wins as they eased past Ealing at Billesley Common for a maximum. Fly half Hooley found the mark with a conversion in atrocious kicking conditions and was joined on the field by fellow Academy half-back Ryan Glynn in the second half as they closed out a 22-12 Championship win.
On his first weekend with Old Albanians, hooker Reece Marshall also tasted victory, the National League One side putting Coventry away in a comfortable 25-13 triumph in St Albans.
The remaining on-loan trio were left feeling somewhat under the weather, however, Paul Diggin and Sam Harry playing the full 80 of Cambridge’s 19-25 loss at Clifton and Harry Betts also tasting defeat as Chinnor went down 14-31 at Hartpury College – the visiting side down to 12 men at one point after a raft of yellow cards.