Correction: Sunday Mail has Padua 73 d SEC 0.
SEC competed for about 10 mins but after that were no match for Padua. Most of the first half was played deep inside SEC's half.
The second half saw Padua make loads of changes with most of the bench getting a run. In the second half SEC competed at the breakdown but unfortunately it was only for about 10 minutes. SEC had very few chances of scoring points but their best chance came from a break deep inside their own half only for the Padua fullback to make the tackle - about 40 metres from the Padua try line! Very sad that SEC's best chance of a try ended 40 metres short. At most times, SEC looked absolutely clueless with ball in hand.
Padua's best were 1,3,4,6,12 & 13 with the 9 & 10 both playing well.
Padua went into the game missing four first choice players including Liam Usher and Michael Wood (arm in a sling and I have been told he is out for the season with a tendon problem).
IMO Padua are a well trained and well drilled side that will take a lot to beat.
how many yellows have you guys got now?