Currie Chieftains 20 - 24 Marr: Marr keep survival hopes alive

A cracking first half performance from Marr earned them this win over Currie Chieftains and kept their slim chances of avoiding relegation alive.
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Charlie Shiel

The home side took an early lead when stand-off Charlie Shiel ran in from 40 metres to score a try under the posts after his own intercept. The same man kicked the conversion.

An All Black then scored for Marr, winger Lelia Masaga, who earned a New Zealand cap in 2009 and is a Glasgow Warriors player, finishing the move.

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A Shiel penalty put Currie 10-5 up after 23 minutes, but the Marr pack was starting to get the upper hand.

Tries came from back-row Samu Vunisa, the Warriors back-row and an Italy cap, winger Scott Bickerstaff and centre Conor Bickerstaff.

Stand-off Rory McGee converted two of themgiving an interval score of 24-10.

Currie’s second try of the day came in the 49th minute, replacement Stephen Ainslie with a unconverted score from close range.

With 13 minutes to go Currie’s third try came through Robbie Nelson, who had moved from centre to stand-off.