Credit must go to both teams to pull out the stops to actually re-arrange this fixture after their original opponents postponed due to them struggling to raise teams.
Even though the scoreline may suggest otherwise, the Quins never really gave up during the full 80 minutes and had a fairly strong set piece play. The main reason for Tylorstown winning by such a margin was their extremely talented and pacey backline up against Quins' 5 debutante backs. This was evident by the fact that only 1 of their 17 tries was scored by a forward in openside flanker Jamie Kift. However, credit must go to No 8 Kristy Thomas for constantly setting up good ball for her backs.
Although Cardiff Quins put in some big tackles, Tylorstown were able to create space for themselves by being able to off load the ball in contact.
The try scoring was spread out between Jamie Kift, Rhian Adams, Naomi Thomas, Phillipa Tuttiet, Louise Daniels, Claire Flowers and Non Evans.
Although it is still early days, Tylorstown have showed some good promise for a very exciting season ahead. There's currently a very good feeling amongst the ranks and hopefully this will soon flow through the club.
Another positive note for the club was the selection of nine of their players to attend the forthcoming Welsh trials. Well done girls, keep up the good work.
Tylorstown ladies are looking to recruit players of all standards if you are interested in playing rugby please come and join us any Monday or Wednesday for training at Penrhys Park 7 - 8:30pm or call Rachel on 07917035473 for more information.