Rampant Hull Hit 40 Against Dragons


Hull would go close early, Kelly tearing through the line and setting Jordan Lane away, Josh Griffin unable to get over the line and dropping the ball in the process.  Hull's handling errors were mounting up, 2 in the first 5 minutes of play. Griffin would open the scoring after muscling over the line and getting rid of two Dragons defenders, Sneyd adding the extras.

Hull would soon double their lead, Albert Kelly would put an inch perfect crossfield kick for Fetuli Talanoa, climbing high above the Dragons defenders to put his name on the scoresheet, Sneyd adding the extras once more with just 15 minutes gone. Former Black and White, Sam Moa, would bump off Jamie Shaul to register points against his former team to make 12-4, Albert missing the conversion. Hull were breaking at will, especially Josh Griffin who was punching holes in the Dragons' line with almost every run.

The half would end 12-4 after some resolute defending from the Dragons', spending most of the half defending their own line, however, the second half would start with a bang, Albert Kelly finding space on the left edge and setting Jamie Shaul in for a try, Sneyd once more adding the extras and going 3 for 3 and making the score 18-4.
Talanoa would grab his second of the game, Tuimavave getting the ball away for his winger to score, giving Hull some more breathing space, Sneyd going 4/4 from the wing to push Hull out to a 24-4 lead. Carlos Tuimavave's offloads would once more end with points, the centre getting the arm free to link up with Scott Taylor for the prop to score next to the posts for the Black and Whitre's, Sneyd once more adding the 2 pointer.

Jake Connor would cross just a minute after Taylor, the Dragons spilling the ball and Connor bumping of Lewis Tierney and racing 20 metres to score a try, Sneyd going 6/6 and taking the score to 36-4. Catalans would grab a Consolation try, Albert the man registering points for a weary Dragons side, adding the extras to make the game 36-10 with 5 minutes left to play.

Josh Griffin would well and truly nail the coffin shut on the Dragons, racing down the touchline to the sound of the full time hooter to send Hull over the 40 point threshold, Connor's conversion kissing the post on the way through to give the Black and White's a 42-10 victory.

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