Oban secure win over Clydebank

Oban Lorne RFC produced the winning formula in their game against Clydebank. Photograph: Stephen Lawson

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Oban Lorne RFC turned out for their first game of the season against Clydebank.

David McLaughlan on the run from the Clydebank boys. Photograph: Stephen Lawson

It was also the first outing for new head coach Corrie Louw, and he was not left disappointed.

Oban opened play with a penalty, which helped settle nerves, and by the end of the first half Oban were leading the way, 15-6. And with few obstacles put in their path by Clydebank, the rest of the game was a home run, with Oban securing the win with a final tally of 30-6.

Kenni Gray scored a decisive try in the game against Clydebank. Photograph Stephen Lawson.

Two penalties and one conversion were secured during the match, with tries coming from Jethro Anderson, Kenni Gray and Ellis Hunter, and Vasil Borisv producing the conversion.