December 9 2013 Latest news:
Thursday, September 19, 2013
Hampstead’s season got off to the worst possible start as injury, unavailability and a sub-par performance all contributed to a heavy 69-10 loss at Chiswick in London North-West Division Two.
After a strong pre-season, the Parliament Hill outfit found themselves without seven first-choice players and paid the price as Chiswick ran in 11 tries.
Hampstead started brightly and Morgan Clement converted an early penalty, while a Jon Beswick try left the visitors firmly in the game at 10-10, but they then conceded seven tries without scoring.
“It was a tough one to take for the first game,” said skipper Max Rawlinson. “But we’ll write this one off as we had such an unfamiliar team out and came up against a strong Chiswick side.
“A lot of our big players are back next week so we expect a much better display.”