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Marlborough Rugby: Last Gasp Old Centralians Try Steals the Points from Marlborough

Clean take in the line-outClean take in the line-out

Marlborough 24  -  26  Old Centralians

 

A weekend of brilliant rugby began with a fantastic game at The Common in a 50-point thriller, with kick-off half an hour before England’s first Autumn International.  Marlborough, looking for a bounce-back after losing their seven-game winning streak at Newbury last Saturday faced Old Centralians, fourth in the table, aiming to win again after thrashing Chippenham 47-3 last time out.

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Marlborough Rugby: Blues for Marlborough at Newbury as winning run comes to a valiant end

Josaia Visei thunders through the Newbury defence from near the halfway line for Marlborough's 2nd tryJosaia Visei thunders through the Newbury defence from near the halfway line for Marlborough's 2nd try

Newbury 32  -  22  Marlborough

 

A bitter October afternoon at Monks Lane provided the setting for a superb game of rugby in the Wadworth 6X South West 1 East.  The cold wind and autumn drizzle only seemed to add to the excitement inside the ground, with the atmosphere energetic throughout.  Both sides had won all seven league games, with the Blues only ahead by a single bonus point, so something had to give and the crowd expected a very tight encounter.

 

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Marlborough Rugby: this time local rivals Chippenham to make it six out of six

Joe Visei breaks through an attempted tackle supported by Semisi Rasivo, Jake Williams and Henry WebsterJoe Visei breaks through an attempted tackle supported by Semisi Rasivo, Jake Williams and Henry Webster

Marlborough 36  -  21 Chippenham

 

Marlborough continued their excellent start to the season with a sixth win in a row and against another local rival, this time Chippenham.  The whole Club is enjoying their first ever time in Level Six and every week brings a new challenge and a Club that they've either never faced or not faced in a very long time.  As they go into each game, the squad know how much respect every team deserves and the physicality they bring, but are confident in the style of rugby they are trying to play.

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Marlborough Rugby: Seven out of seven away at Witney

Joe Visei scores underneath the posts supported by Garth Bari and captain Jamie PittamsJoe Visei scores underneath the posts supported by Garth Bari and captain Jamie Pittams

Witney 12  -  40  Marlborough

 

Marlborough recorded their 7th win in 7 games with an away victory over Witney. This keeps them just behind league leaders Newbury Blues.  There were a number of positional changes due to unavailability for various reasons and also the returns of Garth Bari, Will Grant and Sam Gouldbourn. 

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Marlborough Rugby: Marlborough II run in eight tries against local rivals Devizes II


Serupepeu Niubasaga carrying the ball.Serupepeu Niubasaga carrying the ball.

Marlborough II  48 - 0  Devizes II

 

Marlborough II made it four bonus-points wins from four in the Wadworth 6X D&W 2 North In a typically charged match between two local Wiltshire sides.  Devizes were looking for their second league win and started the better out of the two.  Using organised forwards play to good effect, Marlborough  needed a powerful performance to overcome the initial pressure.  Of the eight tries scored Callum Hunt scored four witrh the others being taken by Louis Haisman, Nathan Morgan and Serupepeu Niubasaga at, who at 8, was dominant and he carried metre after metre all game, keeping the team going forward and linking well with the backs all afternoon. 


Devizes forwards play was effective for short periods, but when Marlborough’s defence forced them to make errors, Marlborough were  quick to take advantage, thus reflecting the final score line.

Callum has now scored a total of  eight tries in two games which is a fantastic achievement.  Viliame Waqanidrola tackling was awesome, maybe even a little intimidating to the opposition which helped win the match.

The boys have this Saturday off, the following Saturday they away to Frome.

 

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