I want more, says Mo
Date published: 28 May 2014
MO Agoro is making a habit of scoring tries on Oldham's right wing.
"I'm on a roll and I like it," he said after touching down with a spectacular dive in the corner to seal Roughyeds' 30-22 win at Gloucester.
The 21-year-old former Leeds Rhinos youngster has scored in Oldham's last four games and is determined to keep up the momentum.
Agoro has scored five tries - four fewer than Dale Bloomfield on the left wing - another reason he wants to add more in Sunday's visit to Whitebank of London Skolars.
“To be honest, London should have won. They would have won but for Mo’s brilliant try-saving tackle,” said Roughyeds boss Scott Naylor.
Naylor has great respect for Skolars coach Joe Mbu and says that on their day, the Londoners are capable of beating any side in the division.
Roughyeds have three players in the Kingstone Press Championship One team of the week – Bloomfield, centre Jon Ford and second-row man Josh Crowley.
Bloomfield’s nine tries put him third in the divisional list behind Jason Payne of Gateshead and Sean Morris of Oxford, each with 10.
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