Despite a battling second half fightback, Sudbury were left counting the cost of three gifted first half tries, and ended up without a point in a game they desperately needed to win to boost hopes of London League One rugby next season.
Bury St Edmunds Director of Rugby, Gavin Hogg, insists that his side “have nothing to lose, and everything to gain,” from tomorrow afternoon’s home match against National League Two South leaders Chinnor (3pm).
Bury St Edmunds captain, Tom Rock, recognises that the Wolfpack have a “tough February” in their quest to remain in National League Two South for a third season, starting away at third-placed Redruth tomorrow afternoon (kick-off 2pm).
The annual Greene King IPA Rugby Sevens tournament, held at Bury St Edmunds Rugby Club, is to take place this year on Sunday 7th May and will become the first tournament in the 2017 Super Sevens Series.
Colchester took the bragging rights in this derby win over Southend, scoring five tries to earn an extra bonus point, but gained a huge confidence boost too, after their second win of the season, 31-18
Having enjoyed a terrific reversal over Tabard the previous Sunday, the chance to avenge a 26-5 defeat to Essex side Harwich & Dovercourt looked a tantalising and achievable goal for the in-form Woodbridge Amazons.