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England Counties U20 vs Georgia U20 : 24 May : 2.00 PM

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We are extremely honoured to be selected as the venue for the England Counties U20 match on 24th May.  And extremely proud of Jamal Ford-Robinson, Jack Daly, Ben Penfold and Sam Harry who have been selected to represent their country. 

We plan to make it a great day with a pre-match lunch in the Turnstone Suite, followed by the game and later the Heineken Cup Final.  So block the date in your diaries, as Rowland says "I don't know the next time we will get England in our backyard." 

Read Rowland's Comments Here     Book a Pre-Match Lunch Here

Redruth

Ely

Wolfie Pack spoils the Shelford Party

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While the Cambridge Rugby community partied at Davey Field, a slow boiling match took place with Cambridge not making the same mistake they did at home when they underestimated Shelford. Instead, with what was one of their best defensive performances this season, Cambridge squeezed the life out of Shelford. With nothing much riding on the result, the expectant crowd rather hoped for a try fest, but this game clearly meant a great deal to both sides. A Wigglesworth penalty put Cambridge ahead but a driving maul put Shelford skipper Newberry over for a try. Fortunately, Eliiot Bale did not have his kicking boots on. Another Wigglesworth penalty made it 5-6 at HT and the crowd could not predict which way this would go. 
Cambridge maintained control through most of the scrappy second half and gradually became dominant up front. With the score unchanged after 35 minutes a series of penalties allowed Cambridge to apply the most pressure of the game as it reached a peak. Held up once, another drive eventually allowed Mike Gillick to burrow beneath the forwards to score. Wigglesworth converted to make it 5-13 and that was almost that, although Cambridge spent the last 5 minutes turning down kicks at goal in order to retain possession.  Thanks to Shelford for another well organised event with enough beer!

Martin Wolfenden was Carter Jonas Man of the Match. A great win takes Cambridge back up to 5th in the table but a Hartpury College win over Ampthill means they are crowned Leagure Champions. Well done to them and good luck in National 1.

Read a View from the Stand     Read Rowland's view here

Read the Shelford view here     First Half Replay     Second Half Replay

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Rugby News Results League Table
Datum Sat., 19. Apr. 2014 Beginn 15:00
Southend 53:25 Cambridge

Datum Sat., 19. Apr. 2014 Beginn 13:30
Shelford 3 58:25 Exiles

Datum Sat., 12. Apr. 2014 Beginn 15:00
Shelford 5:13 Cambridge

# Team Pld - - W - - D - - L - - For - - Ag - - Pts
1 Hartpury College 29 23 0 6 998 635 117
2 Ampthill 29 20 1 8 1012 607 104
3 Canterbury 29 19 0 10 769 672 100
4 Bishops Stortford 29 17 2 10 810 666 97
5 Cambridge 29 16 0 13 730 648 84
6 Clifton 29 17 0 12 696 690 81
7 Taunton Titans 29 16 1 12 737 691 81
8 Southend 29 15 0 14 723 709 80
9 Shelford 29 13 2 14 640 648 69
10 Redruth 29 12 1 16 621 740 67
11 London Irish WG 29 11 0 18 730 768 63
12 Dings Crusaders 29 11 0 18 648 733 63
13 Launceston 29 14 0 15 589 724 62
14 Chinnor 29 11 0 18 644 762 60
15 Bournemouth 29 8 1 20 643 948 48
16 Exmouth 29 5 0 24 579 928 34

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