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14-Sep-24 Sevenoaks A
21-Sep-24 Worthing H
28-Sep-24 Guernsey A
05-Oct-24 Havant H
12-Oct-24 Westcombe Park H
19-Oct-24 Tonbridge Juddians A
26-Oct-24 Barnes H
09-Nov-24 Old Albanian A
16-Nov-24 Bury St Edmunds H
23-Nov-24 Henley A
07-Dec-24 Oxford Harlequins H
14-Dec-24 Dorking A
21-Dec-24 Sevenoaks H
11-Jan-25 Worthing A
18-Jan-25 Guernsey H
25-Jan-25 Havant A
08-Feb-25 Westcombe Park A
15-Feb-25 Tonbridge Juddians H
01-Mar-25 Barnes A
08-Mar-25 Old Albanian H
15-Mar-25 Bury St Edmunds A
22-Mar-15 Henley H
05-Apr-25 Oxford Harlequins A
12-Apr-25 Dorking H
26-Apr-25 Colchester A
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The Zingari subdue the Warriors

Canterbury 32 –Weavering 24

The Zingari were a little apprehensive taking on top of the table Weavering Warriors while carrying a long injury list that began to look justified in the opening moments. The warriors from the kick off controlled the opening exchanges and got their reward with a try with just ten minutes on the clock. It wasn’t until twenty minutes into the half before the Canterbury pack began to click securing quality ball their backs used to great effect. First was Gareth Thomas breaking the line for the city’s first try, quickly followed by Ben Knight out stripping the defence to go round behind the post giving Brad Allchurch the simple conversion. This seemed to instil confidence into the forwards with some of the less experienced coming into their own with Lawrence Frattaroli, & Tom goode making some devastating breaks to set up George Thomas emulating his fathers previous try with a try of his own. This was followed by Edward Cockell for his first try of the afternoon touching down out wide to build a comfortable halftime for the city side.

The second half started much the same with the city dominating the loose sending the ball wide to give Edward Cockell his second try of the afternoon, keeping up the pressure the city forwards got within ten meters of the line before Richard Collins broke free to go over the line. As the game went into the last quarter Canterbury sitting on their substantial lead began to ease off were soon to pay the price for this complacency The Warriors forwards sensed the shift in momentum and pressed hard with some of their best plays of the afternoon, finding gaps in the city ‘s defence racket up two well taken converted try’s. With the game going into the last minutes the City side found themselves with a fight on their hands, determined not to give away their advantage they increased their tackle rate and scramble defence. This seemed to blunt their attack until the last play of the game with the warriors making a last effort to go over in the corner, not enough to affect the result but enough to show why they were league leaders.