Fakenham travelled to West Norfolk last Saturday for their EC2N fixture, fortunately the rain had stopped but a strong blustery NW wind was well in evidence.
Fakenham started really well and quickly showed why there is the gap between both themselves and Diss in the league with an early try created from a forwards driving maul finished off by strong backs running to give Adam Steele his first try of the game after only 3 minutes. The conversion was slotted over by Tom Bane-Young to give Fakenham a quick 0-7 lead in the game. West came back well but did not look like they were going to threaten the try line. Fakenham could have had another try had they spotted the regularly untended blindside but they had to wait a while to get another try. It was in the 28th minute when good work from Fakenham led to Josh Gee getting his first try of the game way out on the right wing. The conversion attempt was missed by Tom B-Y, leaving Fakenham in the lead by