After a week off, the Southern Conference League resumed this week with over 60 points scored in five out of six games.
With six games over the two divisions, plenty of tight, action-packed games meant that, once again, it was another thrilling weekend in the Southern Conference League.
Despite just two games in each division, there was plenty of action with over 200 points scored, and another big win for Hills Hoists
The second weekend of the Southern Conference League was just as exhilarating as the first with four teams kicking off their campaign.
After a bye last week, Tigers begin both their Southern Conference League, and Eastern Premier Division season this weekend,with a visit to Hitchin.
The newly-formed Southern Conference League kicked-off this weekend and there was certainly not a shortage of tries with over 200 points scored across five games, with plenty of players picking up a hat-trick of tries.
With the Southern Conference League kicking off tomorrow afternoon. Here is a team-by-team guide to the teams in both the Western and Eastern Divisions.
North Herts Crusaders welcomed the RAF to Hitchin as they played in the Coral Challenge Cup for the first time in their history. The Air Force knew that it would be a tough test in the near-Arctic conditions. Crusaders were the slower to start with the wind against them and the RAF took full advantage... Continue Reading →