Congrats to our LSE Divisional representatives who played against the Midlands on Sunday 20-03-2016. Our U18’s (Holly Brando, Katie Boggas and Olivia Almond) wining 24-7 & the U15’s (Kelsey Clifford, Alyssa Simmonds and Ava Logan) who also won 52-7”.
“over the past 2 seasons we have had the privilege of successfully hosting touring teams from America in 2014 and Canada 2015, this year Doylestown RFC from Pennsylvania USA will be playing our U18’s on Friday 25/03/2016 (Good Friday), kick off is 6 pm so please bring your friends and family and join us in supporting our girls at … Continue reading
We arrived in Buckinghamshire on an overcast day for the Amersham and Chiltern dev festival. We started slowly against a very strong side from Beaconsfield the game ended in defeat but a spirited performance from the boys. The second game was a further improvement and we ran out narrow victors over Marlow, this unfortunately was followed … Continue reading
OA Saints travelled down to Richmond on a warm Sunday afternoon ready for their penultimate game of the season vs Richmond 3s. The fixture back in October at OAs was very one sided but Richmond’s recent run of results had shown that this game was going to be a lot tougher. With half of the … Continue reading
OA Ladies 29 – Wimbledon 0 This Sunday’s Saints’ game was a slow-burner. Sadly the only burning in the first half was wind-burn as St Albans succumbed to unusually Arctic conditions. Having chosen to play into the wind in the first half, Saints and their visitors, Wimbledon, were fairly evenly matched. Number 8, Sarah Bebbington, … Continue reading
The OA Saints made the trip down to London to play their first league game since the end of November. With only a couple of friendlies to tide them over in between and a number of players missing through injury and illness, the OA Saints team changed several times between the team list going out … Continue reading
OA Saints suffered an away 12-22 defeat in a friendly against Buckingham Swans last Sunday. Played in tough conditions against a team in the league above, OAs’ tries were nonetheless excellent and there were other positives to take away into the first league match of the calendar year next week. OAs held the upper hand … Continue reading