Tom Rawlings hails Launceston back line

Lewitt scored half of Launceston's points as they beat Southend at Polson Bridge

Launceston skipper Tom Rawlings has praised his side's back line after their 30-10 win over Southend.

Richard Bright's two first half-tries that were converted by Kieron Lewitt saw Launceston lead 14-10 at the break as Sam Arnott and Andrew McClintock scored unconverted tries for Southend.

But three Lewitt penalties and a last-minute converted Jamie Tripcony try saw the Cornish All Blacks home.

The win sees Launceston go seventh in National Two South.

"I think our back line has come in for a bit of stick over the past couple of months," Rawlings told BBC Radio Cornwall.

"But they went out and showed Southend what they can do and I think they showed the rest of the league as well.

"We didn't hold back at scrum time and I think that really set the platform."