Stratford RFC remain top of the table

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Matt Cook scored two tries, with Nathan Geekie, Sam Kirby, Sam Joyce and Jo Cook also going over.

It was a display which delighted director of rugby Tom Rance.

“I was pleased with the all-round performance,” he said.

Stratford’s First XV has no fixture on Saturday and return to action on 24th October with a trip to Stoke-on-Trent.

The Black and Whites’ second team looks to maintain a remarkable year-long unbeaten record when they entertain Nuneaton Old Edwardians, kick-off 3pm. For more, see this week’s Herald.

 

Stratford full-back, Jo Cook, in typical flying action during the 41-5 win over Silhillians. R63/10/15/02/AT
Stratford full-back, Jo Cook, in typical flying action during the 41-5 win over Silhillians. R63/10/15/02/AT

 

Silhillians adopt a rather inelegant method to collect a ball falling from the skies, during the match with Stratford.R63/10/15/04/AT
Silhillians adopt a rather inelegant method to collect a ball falling from the skies, during the match with Stratford.R63/10/15/04/AT

 

Nath Geekie converts another try for Stratford during the 41-5 defeat of Silhillians. R63/10/15/06/AT
Nath Geekie converts another try for Stratford during the 41-5 defeat of Silhillians. R63/10/15/06/AT

 

Sam Kirby charges down the left to record Stratford's third try against Silhillians. R63/10/15/01/AT
Sam Kirby charges down the left to record Stratford’s third try against Silhillians. R63/10/15/01/AT

 

Stratford full-back, Jo Cook, on one of his characteristic runs. R63/10/15/05/AT
Stratford full-back, Jo Cook, on one of his characteristic runs. R63/10/15/05/AT