A three-try blast in the first 30 minutes was enough to give Stevenage Town a 36-7 win over Welwyn at Allianz Park and take the Herts Presidents’ Tankard.
Hitchin’s hopes of an appearance at the President’s Tankard final at Saracens’ Allianz Park have been dashed after extra-time at Welwyn RFC.
Datchworth completed the London Three North West double over local rivals Hitchin to secure a top half finish on the final day of the season.
The final round of London Three North West matches took place at the weekend with Stevenage Town closing their campaign with a 50-32 win over St Albans.
Stevenage Town won 26-24 at relegation-threatened Finchley in London Three North West.
Datchworth lost 35-17 at St Albans which means they are not entirely safe from relegation going into the final league match of the season.
Letchworth lost 38-13 in front of a large and vociferous home crowd at Sudbury in London One North.
After three disappointing performances, Hitchin brought their A game to Old Hale Way to beat fourth-placed Grasshoppers 43-14.
Datchworth were unable to halt their losing London Three North West streak as it stretched to five as they lost 26-13 at home to a determined Finchley.
Hitchin were put to the sword by Old Merchant Taylors’ in London One North.
A collection of past Letchworth captains gathered for a sumptuous dinner before their match with North Walsham in London One North.
Thomas Alleyne School’s rugby team is set to play the Year 10 Rugby District Cup final at the home of Premiership Rugby champions Saracens.
England Women have set their sights on World Cup glory later this year following their Six Nations Grand Slam.
Kay Wilson landed a record seven tries in England Women’s 64-0 win over Scotland in the fourth round of the Women’s Six Nations at the Twickenham Stoop on Saturday.
Stevenage Town came one kick away from ending Hackney’s unbeaten record in London North West Three but had to settle for two losing bonus points in a 38-36 home loss.
Letchworth GC Rugby Club stamped their authority on the game against Fullerians in the final 15 minutes to land victory in this rearranged league and cup double header.
An entertaining encounter at Legends Lane on Saturday saw second-place Brentwood beat Letchworth 22-10 in London One North.
Biggleswade Rugby Club are still confident of a solid mid-table finish this season depsite a 26-5 defeat to Midlands Three East (South) leaders Stewarts & Lloyds – and they have designs on a place in the top six.
Welwyn Garden City
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