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A dominant first half performance eased the Coventry Bears into the Midlands Premier Grand Final as they crushed Bedford Tigers 58-10 at Tile Hill.
Both sides were hit by injuries prior to the game as the Bears lost player-coach Ty Watson while the Tigers were forced to play without top scorer Zander Peden and prop Jamie Goss and the absences hit the Tigers harder.
The Bears made a whirlwind start and Mark Hyslop put Phil Molloy in for the first try after just two minutes. Four minutes later, the Bears attacked the Tigers