Sunderland Spartans faced a rampant Predators side who defeated them 33-6.

The first points were put on the board for the Predators after their Running Back received a quick play from the Quarter Back, who then charged through the heart of the Spartans team to the end and converting to make it 7-0

Spartans seemed to struggle to get past the physical nature of the Scot’s defence but they remained resilient to Predator attacks keeping it 7-0 till the second quarter.

The away side came out strong in the second quarter with their running back doing damage again with yet another touchdown, this time the conversion was blocked.

The game didn’t get any better for Sunderland as a throwback to James Corner was too high causing him to fumble it as he was tackled on his own end zone for a safety, making it a 15-0 lead.

Predators strong running game helped them to three more touchdowns in the second half with their quarter back’s throwing making him a strong candidate for the man of the match and it put them up 33-0.

The home team did get a consolation, however, when James Corner threw a quick pass into Jack Mulholland who then ran 25 yards for an impressive touchdown, unable to convert leaving the score at 33-6.

Kyle Thirwell, who sacked two of the Predators team including their Quarter Back stated:

“The first game against a big university it was always going to be a challenge.” He reflected on the game saying; “Our strengths, I’d say our resilience to keep fighting to get some points on the board but our weakness was missed tackles on defence that really let us down”.

They face the University of the West of Scotland in their final fixture on the 2nd of December before the winter break.