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National League 2 South
DateOppositionVenueScore
4th September 2021Bury St EdmundsA30 - 22
11th September 2021Old AlbanianA29 - 21
18th September 2021WorthingH29 - 24
25th September 2021RochfordA20 - 19
2nd October 2021DingsH 0 - 17
9th October 2021BarnstapleA10 - 22
16th October 2021Leicester LionsH30 - 27
23rd October 2021BarnesA20 - 20
30th October 2021HenleyH10 - 19
13th November 2021HinckleyAGAME POSTPONED
20th November 2021RedruthH22 - 26
27th November 2021CliftonA22 - 19
4th December 2021WestcliffH52 - 15
11th December 2021EsherA26 - 0
18th December 2021GuernseyH29 - 17
8th January 2022Old AlbanianH3 - 12
15th January 2022WorthingA33 - 19
22nd January 2022RochfordH46 - 17
29th January 2022DingsA32 - 10
5th February 2022HinkleyAGAME POSTPONED
12th February 2022BarnstapleH52 - 22
19th February 2022Leicester LionsA35 - 0
26th February 2022BarnesH21 - 12
5th March 2022HenleyA12 - 10
12th March 2022HinckleyH30 - 24
26th March 2022RedruthA49 - 10
2nd April 2022CliftonH24 - 38
9th April 2022WestcliffA19 - 33
16th April 2022EsherH11 - 33
23rd April 2022GuernseyA33 - 33
30th April 2022Bury St EdmundsH31 - 34
Invicta A
DateOppositionVenue
11th September 2021Old Alleynians A XVH
25th September 2021Sevenoaks 2nd XVH
2nd October 2021 Old Alleynians A XVA
13th November 2021Westcombe Park Extra A XVH
20th November 2021Sevenoaks 2nd XVH
27th November 2021Sevenoaks 2nd XVA
4th December 2021Tunbridge Wells 2nd XVH
11th December 2021Old Alleynians A XVH
18th December 2021Medway 2nd XVH
22nd January 2022Medway 2nd XVA
12th February 2022Sidcup 2nd XVA
5th March 2022Sidcup 2nd XVH
12th March 2022Westcombe Park Extra A XVA
26th March 2022Tunbridge Wells 2nd XVA
Kent & East Sussex Devision 3
DateOppositionVenue
18th September 2021Cranbrook 2nd XVA
2nd October 2021Medway 4th XVA
9th October 2021Tonbridge Juddians 3rd XVH
16th October 2021Ashford 2nd XVH
6th November 2021Snowdon C.W.H
13th November 2021Thanet Wanderers 2nd XVA
27th November 2021Dover 2nd XVH
4th December 2021Deal & Betteshanger 2nd XVA
11th December 2021Sevenoaks 4th XVH
8th January 2022Medway 4th XVH
15th January 2022Ashford 2nd XVA
29th January 2022Tonbridge Juddians 3rd XVA
12th February 2022Snowdon C.W.A
19th February 2022Thanet Wanderers 2nd XVH
6th March 2022Dover 2nd XVA
12th March 2022Deal & Betteshanger 2nd XVH
26th March 2022Sevenoaks 4th XVA
2nd April 2022Cranbrook 2nd XVH
Kent & East Sussex Division 4
DateOppositionVenue
18th September 2021Cranbrook 3rd XVA
25th September 2021Old Gravesendians 2nd XVH
2nd October 2021Sheppey 2nd XVA
16th October 2021Gillingham 3rd XVH
23rd October 2021Gravesend 4th XVH
30th October 2021New Ash Green 2nd XVA
6th November 2021Tunbridge Wells 3rd XVH
13th November 2021Lordswood 2nd XVA
4th December 2021Vigo 2nd XVA
18th December 2021Old Gravesendians 2nd XVA
8th January 2022Sheppey 2nd XVH
15th January 2022Gillingham 3rd XVA
22nd January 2022Gravesend 4th XVA
29th January 2022New Ash Green 2nd XVH
12th February 2022Tunbridge Wells 3rd XVA
19th February 2022Lordswood 2nd XV H
12th March 2022Vigo 2nd XVH
2nd April 2022Cranbrook 3rd XVH
Kent & East Sussex Division 5
DateOppositionVenue
4th SeptemberLordswood 2nd XVH
18th September 2021Whitstable 2nd XVH
25th September 2021Aylesford Bulls 3rd XVA
2nd October 2021Folkestone 3rd XVH
9th October 2021Ashford 3rd XVA
30th October 2021University of Kent 2nd XVA
13th November 2021Thanet Wanderers 3rd XVH
27th November 2021Weavering Warriors RFC 2nd XVH
4th December 2021Deal & Betteshanger 3rd XVH
11th December 2021Faversham CastawaysA
18th December 2021Aylesford Bulls 3rd XVH
8th January 2022Folkestone 3rd XVA
15th January 2022Ashford 3rd XVH
22nd January 2022Maidstone VetsH
29th January 2022University of Kent 2nd XVH
19th February 2022Thanet Wanderers 3rd XVA
26th February 2022Maidstone VetsH
5th March 2022Weavering Warriors RFC 3rd XVA
12th March 2022Deal and Betteshanger 3rd XVA
26th March 2022Faversham CastawaysA
2nd April 2022Whitstable 2nd XVA
DateOppositionVenueScore
26th September 2021Tonbridge Juddian LadiesHPOSTPONED
3rd October 2021Blackheath Ladies IIA27 - 19
17th October 2021Cranbrook LadiesH26 - 12
7th November 2021Streatham-Croydon LadiesH26 - 17
28th November 2021Heathfield & W LadiesH31 - 5
5th December 2021Beccehamian LadiesA0 - 43
9th January 2022Blackheath Ladies IIH42 - 7
16th January 2022Cranbrook LadiesA12 - 28
6th February 2022Streatham-Croydon LadiesA12 - 17
20th February 2022 Tonbridge Juddian LadiesA22 - 31
6th March 2022Heathfield & W LadiesA5 - 27
20th March 2022Beccehamian LadiesH45 - 5
10th April 2022Tonbridge Juddians LadiesHHWO
17th April 2022Guernsey LadiesH49 - 20
23rd April 2022Guernsey LadiesA11 - 60

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Match report – Weavering 2nds vs Canterbury 5ths

CANTERBURY 5ths 39pts WEAVERING 2nds 15pts

 

A depleted thirteen man Canterbury Zingari side racked with injury and COVID took on a strong physical Weavering side in their away league fixture. Despite some pre-match misgivings about some players out of their normal positions it was the city side who took the early lead through a Clive Johnson try, followed by Pat Collins touching down ten minutes later, and Will Rayner blistering pace saw him go under the posts for Kevin Stevens simple conversion. Weavering a little shell shocked by Canterbury’s opening aggressive play hit back with a try of their own, before the new boy Johnnie Gaylor fresh from the training ground and making his debut for Canterbury outpaced the cover to touch down out wide to give the city a comfortable 22-7 point half time lead.

The second half opening was almost a carbon copy of the first, with Clive Johnson breaking a tackle to stretch over the line. Weavering galvanised themselves using their forward to make progress that paid dividends eventually breaking the Canterbury defence out wide, and then took advantage of some slack tackling from a short-range penalty to put them within 12 points. It was Canterbury’s turn to absorb the battering until the last ten minutes when Johnnie Gaynor had his fairy tale finish after the forward set up the move for him to break through under the posts for Stevens simple conversion. Despite Weavering’s forwards continuing to pressure Canterbury it was Canterbury who finished it off, with Freddie Vion breaking from some scrappy play near the Weavering line to force his way over to seal the game.

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