A cold October morning welcomed the M2's this week in our bid to get our first points against Hertford 2's.  Spririts were high, and Rocky had his Where's Wally jumper, so a win was surely in order? 

As we head along the bypass, admiring the wonderful colours that adorn the trees in Tring Park, the smooth sound of jazz playing on the wireless.....nice..... the sun shining brightly, warm and inviting, the sun’s rays guiding us to our destination...life can’t get much better.

We arrive at Halton for the dreaded graveyard shift, the horror amplified by facing against St albans, a team we knew would be skilled, strong, and well trained.

The mens 3s made their way to St Albans in good spirits on the back of last week’s win and a couple of good performances.

The Men’s 5s took to a blustery Meadowcroft pitch against an as yet unbeaten Letchworth 5 Extras team. With several of last week’s team being selected for the 4s we were glad to have Rik Kaup giving his ankle a try out after his injury.