PEARSON continued their winning ways when they travelled to and defeated Andrew Rabie 17-6 on Saturday.
Andrew Rabie drew first blood by way of a penalty, but it was Pearson’s forwards who laid the foundation.
Xolisa Rasmeni scored the first try for the visitors. The Pearson forwards, in particular man-of-the-match Henko de Jager and captain Didier Tison, put on more pressure to set up good ball for the backs.
Pearson flyhalf Michael Alberts scored two tries for his team. Alberts’s first try came as Tison broke through the Rabie defence on the halfway line running some 40m before offloading to Alberts, who scored under the posts. Alberts scored his second try late in the second half from good play by the backline.
Centre Weslee Jones also had a strong game for Pearson.
Alberts converted one of his own tries, while Rabie replied with a second penalty.