RUGBY UNION: Alchester's survival hopes given a boost

RUGBY UNION: Alchester's survival hopes given a boost

RUGBY UNION: Alchester's survival hopes given a boost

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Alchester clawed their way out of the Southern Counties North drop zone after a 29-14 victory at Swindon College Old Boys.

The Fritwell-based side have now won their last two matches to leapfrog Reading Abbey and climb out of the bottom two.

Alchester went ahead on eight minutes, when Dan Kimber drove over.

Swindon replied with a converted try, but Alchester hit back when Ben Ancil took advantage of a fumble to score. Tom Miles converted.

Alchester’s Luke Kimber and a Swindon player were both sin-binned for stamping before half-time.

The second half was all Alchester, with Miles and Joe McEneaney running in good lines to notch tries.

Miles converted one, while Robin Tyreman sealed Alchester’s tally.

With 12 minutes left, Alchester had Adam White yellow-carded for tackling off the ball.

Swindon had the final say with a converted try late on.

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