Ports nudged out in thrilling match

St Leonards CP 17 Sittingbourne 21 (HT 7-0) After Ports record breaking win against Sittingbournes 3rd XV, the return fixture was a very different experience as Sittingbourne brought a strengthened and combative team. The early exchanges were brutal but no side could take control. Max Olujobi who the opposition had identified as a danger man... Continue Reading →

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Ports dominate in friendly clash

Sittingbourne XV 5 St Leonards CP 112 With the league ended Ports headed off to Kent to face a Sittingbourne Social XV. The long journey did have an impact though and Ports could only muster 13 people to travel and Ports were unsure of the quality of opposition and despite taking an early lead through... Continue Reading →

Dominating Ports close out Crawley

St Leonards CP 47 Crawley 0 (HT 26-0) After Ports had taken the journey to West Sussex twice this season, it was much appreciated when Crawley brought a sizeable squad for Ports’ final league game of the season. Ports were not extending the charity to the pitch though, from the initial kick off Max Olujobi... Continue Reading →

Ports improve to win through

St Leonards CP 34 Heathfield & Waldron 5 (HT 7-5) Ports recent run of poor form began with a disappointing defeat against Heathfield, and despite the visitors only having 14 players the early exchanges of this game suggested that result was likely to be repeated. Ports lost the ball in contact, and Heathfield dominated territory.... Continue Reading →

Brave Ports beaten but unbowed

St Leonards CP 17 Lewes 22 (HT 0-12) Due to an earlier postponement and a lack of pitch at Hastings, Ports found themselves hosting Lewes at Eastbourne RFC in a 'double header' league tie where double league points were available. Despite the importance of the game Ports found themselves struggling for a squad and this... Continue Reading →

Cavalier Ports halted under lights

Crawley XV 31 Ports 21 (HT 10-14) Ports made their annual journey north to face a Crawley XV under lights. As is traditional Ports opened up their squad to guests from other teams, this year Mike Parker and Max Thomason from Streatham and Croydon and Dan O’Rourke from Bromley pulled on the Ports' shirt as... Continue Reading →

Off-colour Ports shaded out

Heathfield III 19 St Leonards CP 10 (HT 5-10) After two convincing wins against Heathfield, Ports travelled confidently yesterday with a large squad. Heathfield were strengthened and showed greater steel, but it was clear from the off that Ports were not reaching the form they reached in their two previous wins. While Ports were structured... Continue Reading →

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