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8 Matthew Llewellyn extended that lead to 26-5 with their fourth try, this time unconverted, before Rhydyfelin hit back with two tries of their own scored by wing Jordan Rees and Tottle, with the former's effort converted by full-back Dai Gratton, to pull the score back to 26-17.
But Peterhead hit back through Rory McAllister and Grant Anderson before Jordon Brown got the winner.
Stephen |Gleeson wheels away in celebration after putting Blues a goal up - but Derby hit back for a point
Pelle's got a Bony to pick by Steve Bates MANUEL PELLEGRINI hit back at baiter Jose Mourinho last night, claiming that Manchester City's squad is better than Chelsea's.
Mutch had also given the hosts an early lead when he fired in on 14 minutes before Red House Farm hit back through Padraig Ohare to equalise before half-time.
But the hosts, who themselves are also in Europa League action this summer, hit back twice before the half-hour mark through Paul Heatley and Stephen Cockcroft.
Rishworthians, missing their three biggest pack members, were at times brilliant, but Yarnbury constantly hit back and the home side had to hang on at the end to win.
The visitors hit back through hooker Aurin Yorke and scrum-half Phil Wickham.
09 ( ANI ): Chelsea fans reportedly hit back on Paris Saint-German's Twitter troll with 'no European Cups, just Croissants' picture tweet.
In a superb final Monk took a two frame lead then Salty hit back to level then turned on the style to win 5-3.
The German seventh seed, a semi-finalist last year, looked poised for victory at 5-1 ahead in the second-set tie-break, but Kanepi hit back to win 3-6, 7-6 (8/6), 6-3 and reach the third round.
PENYCAE scored two early goals through Gary McConnell and Asa Hamilton who converted from the penalty spot against Llandudno but the Seasiders hit back with goals from Lee Thomas and Dean Seagar.