Crawley convincingly beat leaders Crowborugh with a great disply of try-scoring and conversion kicking.
Ali Moffatt brust through four tackles to give Crawley the lead.
Coach Jayde Wilkinson said “I’m very happy with the result and we played like we wanted it. We are unbeaten at home this year and we need to restore Crawley Pride back into our teams. We are starting to trust within the team and we are ahead of schedule in regards to training and the club environment. We also have a talented under-18s players which must be great for the future.” Crawley were on the pounce again when Crawley fly half Emon Keshvarz put inside centre Sam Basson over the try line in another well constructed move.
James Bonny again converted making the score 14–0 Stephen Wilson led the way with some good mustering of the forward pack and great pressure applied to the opposition scrum half.
The ball was cleaned up by the Crawley forwards who provided the protection before outside centre Ali Moffatt crashed over for his second try within 20 minutes. James Bonny again converted for an astonishing 21–0 lead. Stephen Wilson was the next to cross the line which Bonny converted again making the score 28 – 0 From the kick off Crowborough were able to catch Crawley offside taking their only opportunity of some points for the half.
The end of the game was punch for punch before Ali Moffatt ran 30 meters in some brilliant open field play. Although, through desperation the Crowborough fullback caught Moffatt in the throat with a last second dive from behind.
Crowborough pressurised and scored their first try of the match. The penalty try lifted Crowborough into double figures.