After a good away win last week, Veseyans went to local neighbours Walsall full of confidence and looking to double up on their home win earlier in the year.

It wasn’t to be however, as Veseyans struggled to find any kind of footing in the game. A high error count and poor execution meant that Veseyans struggled to build any pressure on their opposition, having to settle for two long range penalties from Harry Griffiths as their only points of the first half.

The second half started no differently as Veseyans handed opportunities to their opposition, and invited pressure through their errors. It wasn’t until the last 20 minutes that Veseyans got into their stride and had left themselves too much to do with little time remaining. The home side kept them at bay until the last few minutes when scrum half Will Slattery sniped over for his ninth try of the season.

Veseyans host Camp Hill next weekend in their final home game of the season and will hope to get back on track and find a performance from minute one.