Bury St Edmunds head coach, Nick Wakley, was upset with his side’s attitude and overall performance during last weekend’s disappointing 21-14 defeat at Dings Crusaders, and he is hoping for a big reaction against high-flying Taunton Titans at The Haberden this afternoon (3pm).
Bury St Edmunds, fresh from running in eight tries during last weekend’s rip-roaring 57-7 home win over Old Redcliffians, will be gunning for a repeat performance away at Bristol-based Dings Crusaders today (kick-off 2.30pm).
Former OBH and current Framlingham College student, 17 year old Harry Rowland has received an invitation from the London Society Tournament Director to officiate at the 2019 Rosslyn Park National School Sevens.#
Bury St Edmunds, on a three-game winning streak, have strengthened their squad still further this week by adding a couple of new players to their squad, ahead of today’s trip to mid-table Barnes in National League Two South.
Bury St Edmunds signed off 2018 in style, by winning three of their four matches during December and clinching their last victory thanks to Cameron Ritchie’s last kick of the game in a 24-22 win over Old Albanians.
A backs-to-the-wall defensive display earned the visitors this crucial victory. The win edges Clifton further away from the danger zone whilst Bury will now be looking nervously over their shoulders, writes Simon Lord.
Bury St Edmunds Rugby Club’s new Head Coach, Nick Wakley, who was officially unveiled at The Haberden on Tuesday, will be putting the emphasis on improving the Wolfpack’s defence over the coming weeks.