Ports can’t withstand Hellingly barrage

Hellingly II – 31 St Leonards CP – 12 (HT 10-12) Ports had won their last three league games, but travelled to Hellingly knowing that a strong home team would face them. The early exchanges were characterised by a well-organised Ports side in attack and defence. Matt Standen was a willing carrier throughout, he crashed... Continue Reading →

Dogged Ports turn the tide

St Leonards CP – 22 Heathfield & Waldron II – 10 (HT 5-10) Ports hosted a Heathfield team sitting at the top of the league, having already lost the first fixture earlier in the season. Heathfield were slightly short-handed and Ports loaned them veteran Craig Barningham to begin the game in parity. Ports continued to... Continue Reading →

Mature Ports win case for defence

St Leonards CP – 18 Rye – 7 (HT 10-7) Rugby is often a free-flowing game, but sometimes like today an arm wrestle between two evenly matched sides can provide real spectacle. With both sides evenly matched in the league in the opening seconds Rye strung together a slick set of offloads and support runs... Continue Reading →

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