BIDEFORD Colts faced Exmouth for the second Saturday running and it was always going to be a tougher challenge than the 10-0 win the weekend before. Exmouth's squad was stronger while Biddy were missing a few players. The first half started evenly matched

BIDEFORD Colts faced Exmouth for the second Saturday running and it was always going to be a tougher challenge than the 10-0 win the weekend before.Exmouth's squad was stronger while Biddy were missing a few players.The first half started evenly matched and the 0-0 interval score was a fair reflection on play.Bideford's best opportunity came when Mark Scofield and George Berry combined to open gaps in the Exmouth defence only for the Bideford winger to spill the ball at the vital moment.The wind picked up in the second half and Bideford found themselves playing against the elements. This was useful for the Exmouth kicker who found good distance punting for touch from penalties.The only score of the game came twenty minutes into the second half when Exmouth centre Shaun Fayter crashed over off the back of a ruck. He converted his own try.Bideford tried hard to get back into the game with Scofield and full-back Josh Wretham regularly breaking the line,. But Exmouth's passion was just enough to hold on for a 7-0 win.Bideford flanker George Berry claimed Man of the Match for an extremely committed performance.