Supermarine Ladies ensured their long trip down to Plymouth Albion wasn’t in vein as they claimed a worthy share of the points.
Having dominated the first half, Supermarine went into the break 5-0 up courtesy of Amy Walford’s try – her first of the season.
Supermarine scrummaged well and controlled the contact area well as they thoroughly deserved their first-half lead.
Plymouth came on strong early in the second half and Supermarine had to stay solid in defence, making numerous cover tackles, to stop the hosts from finding a way back into the match.
The home side though did manage to slip through the defence midway through the half as they scored an unconverted try.
Supermarine continued to threaten a second score thanks to an excellent combined effort from their forwards and backs but were unfortunately not able to get over the whitewash and grab the winning points.
The next match for third-placed Supermarine is at home against Teddington Ladies on Sunday.