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On Saturday the 1st XV suffered at the hands of Old Dunstonians when another poor start gave way to an unassailable lead. When eventually the Oaks kicked into gear in the second half it was a case of too little too late, with a final score of 13-27. Sevenoaks now must win at Heathfield on the 24th to stay above the drop zone.

Happily the 2s ground out a great win against by a single point against Beckenham in a local grudge match, after a forced break of over a month. Keen to re-find Januaryís winning form, and smarting from a big defeat against Beckenham in the away fixture, Sevenoaks stepped out looking for an unlikely win and were able to survive the opposition onslaught to secure a 15-14 home win despite some questionable opposition tactics and a bruised and bloodied skipper. Who says that guts and determination donít win matches?

On the cabbage patch the Acorns reversed a 10 point deficit to win 24-17 in a hard fought match against East Peckham. Well done to Raging Bull Steve Carrick for his 2 tries and an even greater ability to rile the referee without saying anything (according to him!).

This Saturday sees no action at the Paddock, but we will be showing the England v Ireland game on the BIG screen at the Club (17h00 kick-off), so come along and enjoy a few pints and what could be a 6-Nations winning performance from England.

Reminder of Players Meeting at the Club this Thursday

To look ahead to the 2012/13 season we will be holding a players meeting at the Club (in the bar) at 19:15 for a 19:30 start on Thursday this week (15th March) instead of training.

Please do all that you can to attend the meeting and also put some thought into your views and ideas for next season. Please also pass this on to anyone else that you would like to attend.

Of course not everyone will be able to attend, but please do what you can to be there as we need to make some big decisions about how to approach the seasons ahead of us.

Many thanks,

George Roffey

Club Captain


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