Jersey Reds play 'Get Out of Jail' card in late 10-9 Hartpury win
Jersey Reds boss Harvey Biljon says his side "got out of jail" as they edged a tense 10-9 win at Hartpury.
Janco Venter's fourth-minute try put the Reds ahead, but three Josh Bragman penalties put the hosts in front before Antonio Harris' try in the 11th minute of second-half stoppage time.
"Out of the two moments we had in their 22 we were able to come away with a winning score," Biljon said.
"We played our 'Get Out of Jail' card today."
The win sees Jersey remain fourth in the Championship, separated from third-placed Ealing by points difference.
They are four points behind second-placed Cornish Pirates, who they play next week, and 12 off runaway leaders Newcastle Falcons.
"It was tense," added Biljon. "In the first half there was probably a little bit more opportunity for us to score, but you've got to give Hartpury a lot of credit, they held us out.
"But a real positive for us was that we know when the big moments arrive, with a minute to go in the game, that we can take scores."