Published: 08:41, 26 November 2012 |
Updated: 09:43, 10 January 2014
Canterbury scored three first-half tries on their way to an impressive 29-10 win over Taunton on Saturday.
The Somerset side led through a Gary Kingdom penalty before Canterbury prop Ruairi McLeod went over for the first try of the afternoon.
Ricky Mackintosh and Tom Rogers also touched down before half-time and Scott Browne extended Canterbury's half-time lead to 22-3 with a penalty.
A second try for Rogers after the restart ensured a bonus point for the home side.
Taunton lock Ben Turner went over for a converted try in the closing stages but it was no more than a consolation for the visitors.
The win leaves Canterbury ninth in National 2 South ahead of their trip to seventh-placed Launceston on December 8.
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