After a week off from league action Fakenham welcomed top of the table Wymondham in this pulsating London 3 Eastern Counties League game. A lively start from the home side saw them dominate the first ten minutes with Wymondham unable to get out of their own 22. Tom Bane-Young burst through Wymondham’s defence and Jordan Walker was unlucky not to take the pass which would have seen him score. A short while later Murray Tindal nearly made the line but was pulled down just before. It was then Lloyd Marshall’s turn to come close with some lovely interplay between him and Rory Singleton. Fakenham did manage to cross the whitewash after a scrum when scrum half Luke Taylor when blind, a quick ruck and the ball was spun out to Tom Bane-Young who crashed through the defence to score under the posts. Lloyd Marshal converted to make the score 7-0 to the home side.
If the first ten minutes belonged to Fakenham then the second ten minutes belonged to Wymondham who scored a good try from a driving lineout. The conversion bounced off the post to leave Fakenham in the lead, 7-5.
Both sides must have been a little disappointed with their ball retention as many turnovers were occurring which made for an open and exciting game for the large crowd. Wymondham finally went ahead for the first time after 35 minutes of play with a well worked try that was converted from the touchline. The lead did not last long as