North Walsham 5
West Norfolk 27
After beating their opponents to reach the cup final, West proved the result was no fluke on Sunday.
With the forwards providing an aggressive platform with determined rucking, George Lemon picked the ball up from the back of the ruck breaking away to score in the corner.
Wests’ forwards continued to dominate all areas with flanker Morgan Smith outstanding in defence and attack.
With great handling rugby, after a ruck Olly Spurrier sniped through the home defence to score under the posts. Conversion was made by Jack Trundley.
More impressive play from the forwards ensued with Dawson Hunter punching through the Walsham defence to score.
The squad positions were rotated to give all players game time. Half time score: 0-17.
West continued from where they left the first half with great intensity.
Patience was the key here with solid aggressive defence from the whole team stopping all potential breaks.
The ball was won back 80 yards from the line, Trundley dummied the back line and beat the speedy full back to score.
North Walsham regrouped and their full back scored in the corner.
From the kick off the ball was moved forward by James Dobler, Will Lankfer and Jack Clingo with Tom Hitchcock linking the play to the backs into the hands of Lemon who pile drove through the defence and raced away to score.
Wests now had control of the match in a great squad and improved performance from the recent semi-final.
The referee congratulated both teams on their excellent and disciplined play.
Squad: Clingo, Lankfer, Hunter, Smith, Warrington C, Hitchcock, Trundley (C), Lemon, Collie, Spurrier, McCallum, Warrington A, Dobler, Robinson, Baxter, Garrod.