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Marlborough Rugby: Inconsistency and lack of availability of key players takes its toll at Banbury

 

Will Grant scoring the tryWill Grant scoring the tryBanbury  38  -  19  Marlborough

On Saturday, Marlborough travelled over the border into Oxfordshire to play the return leg of this league fixture.  The sun was out, the air was fresh, and hopes were high of another good performance.  Unfortunately, this was not to be the case; in the warm up Will Grant gave the team a scare when there was concern as to whether he would be able to play due to a very painful shoulder but he did manage to complete the full eighty minutes.

 

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First silverware for St John's rugby following coaching partnership with Marlborough RFC

A cheering St John’s Academy Year 9 rugby team, flanked by their supporting Marlborough RFC coaches, proudly show off their medals and the Swindon Schools Rugby CupA cheering St John’s Academy Year 9 rugby team, flanked by their supporting Marlborough RFC coaches, proudly show off their medals and the Swindon Schools Rugby CupJust before the end of the Christmas term pupils from St John’s Academy gathered to celebrate rugby success.  The Year 9 boys’ team, who were the first to benefit from Marlborough RFC coaching defeated Commonweal School in a floodlit fixture at Royal Wootton Bassett to win the Swindon Schools’ Rugby Cup final.  

 

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Marlborough Rugby: Winning ways return with convincing display against Wimborne

 

Kane Marafono helps keep the ball steady for Daniel Jones to kickKane Marafono helps keep the ball steady for Daniel Jones to kickMarlborough  29  -  8  Wimborne

On Saturday, the first home game of the New Year and Marlborough finally pulled it out of the bag and got a win.  This boost was vital for the team after not winning a game since the middle of November and where some lack lustre performances had been given, finally the tide had turned, and Marlborough came out and gave possibly their best display of the season.

 

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Marlborough Rugby: Another grey day on the Common, but the youngsters are a ray of sunshine

Taufa'ao Filise, Marlborough's Player Coach powers through the Oxford defenceTaufa'ao Filise, Marlborough's Player Coach powers through the Oxford defenceMarlborough 25  -  34 Oxford Old Harlequins

 

After a two-week break (should only have been one, but the weather wasn’t playing nicely) the first XV were back on the Common and the opposition was from over the border – Oxford Harlequins.  Sadly, it was a rather depleted Marlborough side that was put out due to the accumulation of injuries which have been sustained by the Marlborough squad.  Three of the lads managed to injure themselves at training – not very helpful.

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Marlborough Rugby: Narrow defeat to league leaders who maintain 100% record

One very happy Lemeki Moala scoring Marlborough's one and only tryOne very happy Lemeki Moala scoring Marlborough's one and only try

 Marlborough 13 - 17 Banbury

 

On Saturday, Marlborough hosted league leaders Banbury on the Common and the hope was that the home side could upset Banbury’s stranglehold on the league.  With the sounds of screams from the ride goers echoing up from the Mop on the High Street, the game began.

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