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A contender for Ruislip's try of the season completed a fine recovery by the Maroons as they came from 12-0 down to beat Stevenage Town 18-15 and record their fourth win in a row.Read
Ruislip received a walkover in the Middlesex Cup after Finchley cried off at the last minute.Read
Uxbridge seconds took plenty of positives out of their game at Harrow despite succumbing 32-17 in the end.
Ruislip got away with a less than impressive performance at Welwyn as they ground out an important win over the league's bottom side.Read
Relegation-threatened Old Abbotstonians secured a dramatic 30-25 win in a match where the lead changed hands no fewer than seven times.Read
A strong first half carried Uxbridge to a priceless victory in a must win bottom of the table clash with Royston.Read
Bottom side Uxbridge suffered another heavy defeat and another shut out as Old Grammarians racked up a 43-0 victory to go second in the table.
Ruislip did themselves apower of good with a solid if unspectacular dis-play to shut out fellow strugglers Eton Manor for their third league win.Read
A late try left St Nicholas Old Boys in a mood that mirrored the miserable conditions as they slipped to a painful 18-12 defeat away to bottom side Old Tottonians.
The derby clash with Staines brought the best out of Ruislip as they produced their finest display of the season although it was not enough to earn the Maroons their third league win.
Creativity deserted Uxbridge as they slithered to the bottom of the table after being shut out away to Wasps Amateurs.Read
Old Abbotstonians finally recorded their first league win of the campaign when they handed whipping boys Old Mill-hillians a 40-18 defeat.
Ruislip suffered a painful defeat as they became the first side to lose to fellow strugglers Letchworth Garden City.
League leaders Hackney proved just too strong for battling St Nicholas Old Boys who slipped to their second successive league defeat.Read
Second half errors cost Ruislip a cup run as they fell at the first fence in the Intermediate Cup at Surrey club Cobham.
Optimistic Uxbridge were able to see a few crumbs of comfort from their high-scoring third round defeat by Mitcham.Read
Ruislip turned the form book on its head by producing easily their best performance of the season to defeat high-flying Bury St Edmunds at West End Road.
Uxbridge produced a thrilling comeback only to concede a controversial late try to lose out by a single point in 67 at home to Mill Hill.
An outstanding performance by St Nicholas Old Boys Mitres, the club's second string, failed to be reflected by the final score as they went down 29-7 at Old Priorians.
After last week's encouraging win against Westcliff, the Maroons were hoping to win on the road against a side they have traditionally had close games against.Read
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