Which Cinderford will Tyne face?
Published at 07:42, Wednesday, 13 February 2013
Tynedale travel to theForest of Dean tomorrow for their rearranged game against unpredictable Cinderford.
Very strong at home and poor on the road is a good summary of the Gloucestershire side’s record this season.
They have had six wins, a draw and two defeats at home, compared to two wins, a draw and eight defeats on their travels.
One of those away defeats came at Tynedale, where they staged a grandstand finish to come back from 36-13 to snatch two bonus points with three late tries to make it 36-30.
Cinderford will therefore be thirsting for revenge on home soil, where the only blemishes are against top two Blaydon (24-10) and Ealing Trailfinders (11-10).
They have scored 75 tries (38 home and 37 away) and conceded 73 tries (24 home and 49 away).
Their three leading try scorers are wingers, Lloyd Stapleton (11), Nevarro Codlin (10) and hooker, Thomas Bozzard (10).
So far in 2013 they have lost at Macclesfield (35-24) and Richmond (53-20) but beaten Rosslyn Park (36-21) and Fylde (52-19) at Dockham Road.
They scored seven converted tries in last Saturday's crushing victory over Fylde.
Tynedale are at home to Rosslyn Park a week tomorrow, before away games at Macclesfield and Loughborough Students.
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