Veseyans entertained table topping Bridgnorth in their final home game of the season. Veseyans started the game at a ferocious pace with right winger Tom Greenwood scoring down the touchline after brushing off weak attempts to tackle to score an unconverted try in the corner. Minutes later trying to run the ball out off their own 22 metre line Bridgenorth gifted an interception for a simple run by second row Jack Ward under the posts to go 12 points down in as many minutes.
However the unbeaten champions began to find their feet after the initial onslaught. Phase after phase was repelled by heroic Ves defence. After withstanding several phases of attack and under extreme pressure from the Bridgnorth tight forwards Veseyans collapsed the driving maul for the referee to award a Penalty Try. Brignorth began to take control of the game with two scores before half time. Although both conversion attempts were right on target they fell just short into the stiff breeze for a half time score 12-20.
Brignorth pulled away in the second half with some sloppy tackling leading to some soft scores. At the other end the Veseyans backs were able to score an excellent consolation try by Joe Williams in the corner after some slick interplay straight off the training paddock. A great conversion by Tom Greenwood meant that it was the highest score that the unbeaten champions had conceded all season. Veseyans then began to run the ball with freedom in search of the four try bonus point with young fly half Nathan Spinner impressing. However the bonus point proved to be elusive and the Ves’ travel to Camp Hill in a week’s time to try and end a satisfying season on a high.