LAUNCESTON confirmed their Step Five status for another year on Saturday as the depleted Cornishmen won 27-22 at mid-table Lydney on Saturday in Regional One South West.
The All Blacks were missing more than half a dozen first choice players for various reasons but came out on top in Gloucestershire.
They led 24-19 at the break thanks to tries from Brandon Rowley, a penalty try and James Tucker plus seven points from Dan Pearce, and although the second half was a lot less free-scoring, a penalty from Pearce was enough to get the job done.
Launceston welcome champions Camborne to Polson Bridge on Saturday (2.30pm) for their penultimate outing of the campaign.
See this week’s Post for a full report from the Lydney game.