Even though Tylorstown were taking full control of the game after only 20 minutes, they were soon reminded that they must remain on their guard as Tycroes themselves got on the score sheet after a well taken quick tap penalty leading to their outside half diving over. This resulted in Tylorstown upping their game and the forwards were soon dominating the game with their solid scrummage proving to be a very useful platform for their dangerous backs to create havoc behind.
The biggest cheer of the day came when young winger Danielle Taylor crossed for her first ever try in the corner, although at one time looked as though she was going to do a Forest Gump and carry on running over the try line.
The tries kept coming at regular intervals with the tireless Liza "Bird" Burgess running around and having a hand in several tries. The try of the day came from Tylorstown's last try when loose-head prop Rachel Gibbins showed great hands to take a high pass from Burgess and give a well practiced training move reverse pass to the supporting Naomi Thomas to score under the posts.
In the last move of the game, Tycroes scored a well deserved try in the corner after a move involving both forwards and backs linking up.
Try scorers for Tylorstown were: Naomi Thomas (5), Clare Flowers (3), Rhian Adams (1), Louise Daniels (1) and Danielle Taylor (1).
Tylorstown ladies are playing in the semi final of the National cup on the 7th of May against Dolgellau, venue to be confirmed.
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 07917 035473 for more information.