3:57pm Thursday 10th October 2013
By Alan Feldberg
BEACONSFIELD RFC head coach Simon Tattersall believes his new team will be a threat this season if they can maintain the form they showed last weekend.
They scored six tries in a 47-17 triumph over Chiswick to remain on the coat-tails of London 2 North West leader Twickenham after four games.
Tattersall said: “We really stepped up on Saturday and if we do that all year we’ll be dangerous.
“But just one game isn’t enough for me, we have to do it week in, week out.”
Dom Jones scored two tries from the wing, with Callum Wilkinson, Kwong Lin, Jonny Hughes and Freddie Chalmers also crossing in a display that Tattersall describes as the best since he took over in the summer.
He said: “We had a good pre-season and changed the patterns in defence and attack.
“But the boys have really bought into what we’re doing and are working really hard.
“We’re getting 35 down at every training session and the attitude has been spot on.
“We’re not there yet but it’s going well. St Albans was a bit of a blip but I’m really pleased with the way the boys bounced back.
“It’s going to be a difficult season with everyone beating each other, but we can only focus on what we’re doing and Saturday was the best they’ve played for me so far.”
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