London & SE Division

London & SE Division

Can the day get any more exciting?

The Maidstone captain, Ben Williams, took a surprise time out at Twickenham to propose to his sweetheart after leading his side to a 29-12 victory against Chiswick in the London & SE Division Cup Final

The Play-Off’s (Level 4, 5 & 6)

With all the Play-Off’s resolved at Level 5 and 6, Saturday (5 May) saw the Play-Off between the runners up in both National 2 Leagues compete for the remaining promotion place in National 1. The winner will join Hull Ionians (Nat 2 North) and Henley (Nat 2 South) who are automatically promoted as Champions UPDATE: Tries from Ampthills Burke(6) on 20 mins/ Maasi (2) 29 mins/Sproston (1) 34 mins, plus conversions by Tarrant (10) on 21 & 29 mins against Bishop's Stortfort's two unconverted tries by Cullen (15) on 9 mins, and Re (11) on 75 mins, saw Ampthill secure the promotion place to National 1 by a 19 - 10 victory LEVEL 4 Saturday 2 May, 3pm K.O. Ampthill      19-10    ...

Kenilworth RFC triumph in the U12 Land Rover Premiership Rugby Cup

Kenilworth RFC triumph in the U12 Land Rover Premiership Rugby Cup while Newbury RFC are the U11 champions London Welsh staged an exciting and competitive under 11 and under 12 grassroots tournament on Sunday, the Land Rover Premiership Rugby Cup. Hosted by Witney RFC, this successful series of nationwide tournaments continues to grow, allowing young rugby players to showcase their abilities in a professionally run environment. As well as winning the tournament, the young players have also won places in the prestigious Land Rover Parade of Champions where they will be presented to a sell-out crowd at Twickenham during the Aviva Premiership Rugby Final next May. The under 12 final was a fantastic spectacle for those in attendance, with the impressive Kenilworth...