Marlborough confirmed their best ever finish in the Southern Counties South and a top 6 minimum finish with their 8th win in 9 games after an away win at Walcot.
Marlborough 45 - 12 Dorchester
Marlborough returned to winning ways with a 6 try victory on a bitterly cold day on the Common. The early phases of the game saw both sides trying to get used to a strong cross wind and constant rain. After only 5 minutes the home
Marlborough 20 - 19 Sherborne
Marlborough continued their recent good run with a win over a strong and well organised Sherborne side.
Due to the recent bad weather the game was played on the second team pitch but started well for the home team with an early try for
Marlborough 32 - 19 Walcot
Marlborough recorded their third successive league win with a 32 - 19 victory over Walcot. The home side took an early lead with a try by prop Richard Travaskis.
Marlborough 22 - 15 Wimborne
Marlborough edged another tight encounter with a home win over Wimborne on a very windy day on the common.
The early phases saw the home team on top and using the windy conditions full back Nathan Morgan sent over a penalty. This was followed by
Frome 17 - 20 Marlborough
On a bitterly cold day in Frome and with a strong wind that influenced many passing moves, Marlborough fought back to win the game in the last few minutes. Frome who had some powerful runners in their side, played to this strength and used their
Marlborough narrowly lost the 1st XV Cup final on Saturday against North Dorset after dramatically missing a penalty in the last minute. North Dorset had taken an early lead from a catch and drive at a lineout. A tight game was then altered by
Marlborough 10 - 3 Devizes
On a wet and miserable day on the Common, Marlborough beat local rivals Devizes to gain their first win of the season in a double header - a semi final in the Dorset & Wilts 1st XV Cup and Southern Counties South league match. Marlborough
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