Good early pressure saw Cameron Townley go over for a try, converted by Ollie Best, but this was cancelled out immediately by an interception try from Sidcup, 7-7. From a scrum, Pilgrims got the ball down the line to Jack Colyer, who could not be caught, Try and converted 14-7.
From a good position for Sidcup, having won a penalty and kicked for the line-out, which they won, they pushed for the line, then worked it down their line, Canterbury turned it over and Jack Weaver ran from his own twenty-two to score, 19-7. Sidcup then scored from a penalty 19-10.
Just before half-time Tyler Oliver was given a crash ball and went straight through the middle, under the posts, and with Best converting this time, the pilgrims went in 26-10 ahead.
After more good play from the Visitors Jack Weaver picked up an amazing pass from close quarters and managed to get over by the left hand touchline, 31-10. Hamish Veitch then had to leave the field with an old shoulder injury. Jack Colyer was given the ball and he was just too quick to catch, his second try was converted by Best, and the Pilgrims lead was 38-10.
Tyler Oliver then repeated his first half try with an identical move, under the posts, Best converted, 45-10 and the game look won. Sidcup got a converted try back, as the Pilgrims tired. Weaver then got his third try with another powerful run scoring out wide left again, and again Best could not convert, 50-17. The final say was had by Sidcup, as they scored again to make it 50-24. The pilgrims are still in with a chance to win, the league! This weekend they are Home to Tunbridge wells at the Marine Travel ground, 3:00 kick off.