Pick lands hat-trick in Berwick 10-try romp

Berwick RFC 64-17 Ross High

By The Newsroom
Monday, 10 September, 2018, 16:33


Berwick won their first home game of the season in East League 1 in convincing style against Ross High.

It was Pick who opened the scoring, with Andrew Skeen converting, and with Skeen also adding the extras to touchdowns from Rory Hindhaugh and Forrest, Berwick were 21-0 to the good.

The visitors scored an unconverted try to reduce the deficit to 21-5, but further tries from Pick and Gareth Hill, both converted by Skeen, meant the home side were in control at 35-5 at half-time.

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Early in the second half Wilson went over for a try, converted by Skeen, and with Hindhaugh and Tommy McColl both going over for unconverted tries, Berwick found themselves well on the way to victory at 52-5.

Pick then went over for his third try to complete his hat-trick, unconverted for 57-5.

Ross High pulled a score back with a converted touchdown for 57-12, but Jack Dalrymple had the last word for Berwick with their tenth try, Skeen converting for 64-12.

The victory gives Berwick seven points from their two opening games of the season and puts them in third place in the table.