Special night for football, cricket and rugby fans
It’s D-Day for UCSOB Rugby Club as they prepare for a make-or-break final league fixture of the season.
Promotion is just the start for Old Streetonians says skipper Harry Marson who believes they are more than ready to compete once again at the higher level.
Old Streetonians two-year stay in Herts Middlesex One is over after a convincing 78-14 win at Hendon confirmed their promotion.
Most neutral eyes will be on Old Streetonians Rugby Club who head into their final game of the season on the verge of promotion from Herts Middlesex One – and potentially the title itself.
Old Streetonians Rugby Club celebrated their 25th anniversary with a club lunch – before smashing UCSOB 60-17 to keep their Herts Middlesex One title hopes very much alive.
Hackney Rugby Club have won the London North West Three title – despite having their home game with Staines bring ruled as a walkover.
New Wilderness club played host to teams from all over the South East in fantastic festival for all involved
All eyes will be on London North West Three where Hackney Rugby Club could potentially win the title if they comfortably beat bottom of the table Staines.
Old Streetonians set up a repeat of last year’s Middlesex Federation Vase final with Hillingdon Abbots after a 41-7 win over Finsbury Park.
Hackney Rugby Club are not taking their promotion from London North West Three for granted – despite keeping their 100 per cent record intact with a come-from-behind win at Stevenage Town.
Hackney kept their perfect London North West Three record intact, surviving a last-play try to record a 38-36 success at Stevenage Town.
Old Streetonians stayed top of Herts Middlesex One with a 29-10 victory over Royston and took another step towards promotion.
School unveil new rugby shirts at Twickenham
A disrupted week of training due to Valentine’s Day didn’t stop Old Streetonians Rugby Club feeling the love with a 33-15 win over Old Actonians.
A nationwide campaign to encourage more women and girls into rugby has been hailed a hit by Hackney Rugby Club.
Hackney’s new captain PJ Lloyd has praised his squad for their “flawless” start to the season as the Spring Hill-based club set their sights on promotion after six straight victories.
Hackney’s first team are enjoying a blistering start to the new season, having won all of their opening five fixtures in London Division Three North West – and there is a strong succession plan in place as the club continues to develop young talent.