Tony & Chris give their reaction to last weeks victory

Article published:
October 26, 2018

Tony Yapp

After the frustration of the Henley game one week ago the boys bounced back with dominate performance away at a strong OA’s team.Obviously after last week we worked hard on how we could convert more from the visits into the oppositions 22. Getting into the oppositions 22 hasn’t been the problem, getting over the try line has. So it was great to see all the hard work everyone put in last week come together against OA's.

Not only did the boys convert more once in the 22 they also played with a real energy and commitment more accustomed to what we expect from a Titans team. A special mention must go though to the forwards who were excellent all afternoon, they created loads of momentum from a very strong set piece and their ability to carry ball and go through phases was excellent, they certainly laid the foundation to what was easily our best performance of the season to date.

This week we are back at home against a Bury St Edmunds side who have the ability to beat anyone in the league on their day, with that in mind we’ll be working hard again this week to make sure we mirror the performance from the weekend.

We hope to see you all there on Saturday

Chris Brown

To go to OAS and win is a great result. To go there and win in the manner we did was fantastic. I felt the lads grafted all week following the disappointment of Henley and reaped the reward

Our forward pack were not only dominant today but also were not side tracked from the task in hand. The set piece overwhelmed OA's and we made life very difficult for them

Our front five set the stall out today with an aggressive performance but this really allowed our back row to launch and create problems.I felt that all season we have never quite been satisfied with our performance as we knew we were capable of a performance like today. AI was delighted that it came together

The thing about this league is that they come thick and fast- this week sees the visit of Bury St Edmunds who are always a handful. Last week has gone and we must focus fully on the challenge of Bury

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Keith Brooking

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Keith's started his career at Newton Abbott, moving to Bath U21's and then onto Exeter. With spells for Wakefield and Cornish All Blacks, Keith returned to Exeter Chiefs for 199 appearances. Joining the Titans as coach from 2012.