After dropped points have been seldom at the top of National One, it was a surprise to see three of the top six sides all lose on Saturday which league leaders Hartpury profited from as they cemented their place at the summit of the table.
The Old Albanian moved top of National Two South for the first time since relegation into this division after their victory over Taunton, while Cambridge are level on points with the side from St Albans.
Following a close bonus point defeat last week against table-topping, unbeaten Trafford Metrovic Tarleton knew that a win against Thornton Cleveleys was a must if they were to keep in the race with the top two teams in the league.
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Jim Dawson, head groundsman for Scottish Rugby at the BT Murrayfield Stadium, has praised the role of the Dennis G860 professional mower in helping him maintain the pitch at Scotland’s largest sports stadium and with it win the IOG Groundsman of the Year Award.
The Rugby Football Union made official on Friday morning what the whole rugby world already knew, confirming former Australia and Japan head coach Eddie Jones as the man to lead them through to the 2019 Rugby World Cup.