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Moment Of Unorthodox Genius Wins Welsh Club Game

Moment Of Unorthodox Genius Wins Welsh Club Game
By PJ Browne
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Bridgend Ravens secured a playoff spot in the Welsh Indigo Group Premiership Cup on Saturday with victory over Swansea on Saturday.

Bridgend won the game 20-13 thanks to a gloriously unconventional try by Edd Howley.

In the 80th minute, with the game level at 13-13, the ball fell to the boot of the Bridgend fullback on the left wing and he half-volleyed the ball forward.

As it bounced back to him, rather than gather the ball with his hands, Howley surprised the Swansea out-half by heading the ball forwards. He crossed the tryline and touched down unopposed for a brilliant game-winning try.

Edd Howley try Bridgend Ravens vs Swansea

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The game was a winner takes all clash for the fourth and final playoff place from the western conference of the competition.

Bridgend will face Newport in the quarter-finals.

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