The Under 16's side ran in an impressive 7 unanswered tries against their regional rivals at Llandarcy last night
In their last week of the first round of games in the RAGUnder 16's competition, the Ospreys East side comprehensively beat the Scarlets West side scoring seven tries and stopping their opponents getting a single point on the board.
After a loss to the impressive Dragons North side in the first week of the competition, the team from the East of Ospreylia have gone from strength to strength, they narrowly beat the Blues North in week two and put almost twenty points on the Scarlets East side last week. However they saved their best for last with a huge win against the Scarlets West team last night at Llandarcy.
The Ospreys East team started as they meant to go on with just five minutes on the clock Joe Patterson taking advantage of the Ospreys early dominance to score, Tiaan Thomas-Wheeler adding the conversion.
It didn't take long for the home side to find the try line again, five minutes after his first try Joe Patterson used an overlap on the wing to score his second. Thomas-Wheeler with a second successful conversion.
There was no stopping the home side, and Patterson in particular, as 6 minutes later he got his hat-trick as he once again found the gap in the Scarlets defence. Thomas-Wheeler's conversion attempt this time just missing it's mark.
There was absolutely no let up for the visitors from the Ospreys impressive attacking play. Before thirty minutes had been played Patterson again found the white line, his fourth try of the evening! Thomas-Wheeler's kick again going wide.
HT: Ospreys East 24 - 0 Scarlets West
The Scarlets West side never gave up and their defensive efforts did improve but the Ospreys were just too powerful for them to hold out. Ten minutes into the second half replacement prop Ben Sutton crashed over the try line for the Ospreys 5th try. Luke Scully, taking over kicking duties, slotting the conversion between the posts.
Immediately after the restart the home side were off again. Running the length of the field, Cameron Jones crossed over for the Ospreys before Luke Scully again added a successful conversion.
It was Dewi Cross who rounded out the scoring for the Ospreys East side as he put down the ball in the corner for try number 7. The tough angle meaning Scully missed his first kick of the evening.
While the Ospreys were done with scoring tries, they weren't finished defending from them. The Scarlets spent the last quarter repeatedly trying to break through but the home side proved they were as impressive in defence as attack and held the Scarlets away from the try line and to a nil score.
FT: Ospreys East 43 - 0 Scarlets West