Special day for Minch... and they win
Minchinhampton 20 Cainscross 3
MINCHINHAMPTON hosted local rivals Cainscross for their first home game at their new ground at Hollybush Farm in front of a good crowd for the Gloucester Three clash.
An early penalty gave Cainscross the advantage but Minchinhampton went ahead when Muskett released Kimber through midfield, quick ball followed, and patience finally paid off as Little found room outside to score in the corner, Muskett converting for a 7-3 lead.
Hester then found his way over to make it 12-3 at half time. Kimber added a third try after the break before a Muskett penalty completed the scoring.
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Minchinhampton skipper Matt Austin was delighted with the result and the win followed the Rams beating Stow 15-5 earlier in the day.