CALDY failed to capitalise on an excellent first half performance as they conceded 22 second half points and Luctonians secured a well deserved bonus point win, 29-10.
Caldy started the game well and were first to score as Dom Kohler blocked a kick and Richard Vasey was quickest to the loose ball and chipped ahead for winger Matt Van Sertima to touch down out wide. Vasey kicked the subsequent conversion.
Caldy’s lead only lasted for five minutes as back rower Chris Harris powered over from close range and John Morris converted. On 27 minutes, Vasey restored Caldy’s lead with a long range penalty and at half-time they led 10-7.
After the break John Morris brought the sides level with a close range penalty.
On 61 minutes, Luctonians were awarded a penalty try and Morris kicked the conversion.
A minute later centre Morris then scored a well worked try that he converted from a difficult angle and Caldy were up against it.
On 73 minutes, Paul Hulland sealed the game as he capped an excellent personal performance with a try as he powered over from close range.
CALDY now have two home games in successive weeks as they face Hull (January 19, 2.15pm) and Otley (January 26, 2.15pm).