Looking at the table, supporters of North Walsham might think that tomorrow’s visitors Old Haberdashers will be easy meat.
After a week off, league action beckons for North Walsham Vikings with a first ever trip to South Woodham Ferrers.
For the second week running the Vikings came from behind to record an outstanding victory.
North Walsham Vikings return to Scottow tomorrow (kick-off 3pm) looking for a win to get their season back on track after their defeat at Chingford last week.
North Walsham scored six unanswered tries in each half as they breezed past a rather underpowered Saffron Walden side in London One North, with 11 players getting on the scoresheet.
Watched by a large crowd at Norfolk’s Big Rugby Weekend in Holt, the county’s two leading sides slugged it out for the Senior Cup.
Saturday’s home game against Old Priorians marks the end of a successful season for North Walsham, their first under head of rugby James Brooks.
The final away game of a long London One North season sees North Walsham heading down the M11 to play Saffron Walden.
The Vikings made club history with their first victory at Letchworth, sweeping aside their opponents with a clinical display.
Having been trounced by Fakenham earlier in the season the Raiders were able to field a stronger and better balanced side in the return at Scottow and shared the spoils in a 24-24 draw.
North Walsham won an entertaining London One North encounter against a well-organised Fullerians side by five tries to two.
A week off following the physical encounter against Chingford should set North Walsham up nicely for Saturday’s London One North trip to Ruislip.
North Walsham won a tight game against third-placed Chingford thanks to a long-range Matt Hodgson penalty two minutes from time.
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