LAUNCESTON rounded off their Regional One South West campaign this afternoon with a 29-12 victory at relegated Drybrook.
Although the Cornishmen went 7-0 down early on, two Dan Pearce penalties saw them trail by just one at the break.
Pearce added a third three-pointer before winger Archie Dinnis grabbed the visitors’ first try of the afternoon which Pearce converted for a 16-7 lead.
Drybrook replied to get to within four, but tries from Brandon Rowley and Jack Statton either side of Pearce’s fourth penalty ensured a winning end to the league season.
Launceston ended up eighth in the table, only behind Lydney, who they play next week in their first pool game in the newly-formed Papa John's Community Cup, on points difference.
See next week’s Post for a full report from the Mannings Ground.