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With the prediction of extreme weather, the Gordon West Cup Tie, between Holywood and Civil Service kicked off 20 minutes early.

As it was, a strong wind blew and rain fell creating challenging conditions both overhead and underfoot.

Both sides struggled with any continuity and with the ball like a proverbial bar of soap, any passing movements were at a premium.

Keeping possession was at a premium in this match.

On 10 minutes Civil Service took the lead through a well struck 45 metre penalty by Peter Hoskins. This proved to be the only score of the game.

Holywood go looking for a score.

Both teams attempted to play rugby but in the cold, wet conditions the game deteriorated into a series of knock ons and scrums.

Holywood pressed for a score in the 2nd half but the Service defence held firm for a 3 – 0 victory.

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