North Walsham ran in 11 tries to record a comprehensive derby win in miserable conditions at Scottow.
North Walsham will be looking to build on last weekend’s hard-fought win at Amersham and Chiltern when they entertain Southend Saxons in their latest London 1N fixture.
North Walsham beat Amersham for the first time in five attempts, with both sides scoring three tries in a tight encounter.
North Walsham overcame close rivals Eton Manor by six tries to one to move to second in London One North.
North Walsham got their third bonus point away win from three, and six from seven overall, with a well deserved victory in the Bedfordshire sunshine.
North Walsham return to action in London 1N tomorrow after a weekend off when they travel to Luton.
North Walsham will be looking to bounce back from their first defeat of the season when they entertain Old Priorians in London 1N on Saturday.
North Walsham lost their unbeaten status in London One North to fellow high-flyers Colchester in a full blooded contest, going down by three tries to two.
Having started the season with four straight wins, collecting maximum bonus points along the way, North Walsham face their toughest opposition so far on Saturday when table-toppers Colchester visit Scottow.
North Walsham maintained their encouraging start to the season at Mackenders, scoring 50 points for the second week in a row.
North Walsham got their season off to a flying start, running in nine tries to overwhelm their visitors from Watford.
North Walsham step up their preparations for the new season this Saturday with the first of their three pre-season fixtures.
North Walsham have gone for continuity and appointed Johnny Marsters as Head of Rugby.
North Walsham wrap up their league season with a trip to Colchester on Saturday.
Saturday marks the final home game of the season for North Walsham and for coach James Brooks when Eton Manor come to Scottow.
These two great rivals produced a game of untold drama that had a big Mackenders crowd on the edge of their seats right up until the final whistle.
North Walsham saw off the challenge of a spirited Holt side, who play their rugby two levels below them, to book their place in the Norfolk Senior Cup final.
A tough start to the new year has set North Walsham back down to seventh place in London One North in what is one of the tightest competitions for several seasons.
North Walsham face stiff opposition again on Saturday when they travel to play Amersham & Chiltern, who currently sit in third place.
This was an outstanding victory for North Walsham - winning away is hard enough but doing so by 59 points after a long January journey is a huge achievement.
In a full blooded game of mid-winter rugby North Walsham secured a losing bonus point at Scottow, going down by three tries to one against the league leaders.
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