Belsize Park, Hampstead hit the road in search of more success
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A preview of this weekend’s matches in London Two North West
Belsize Park will hope they can trouble the scorers on Saturday when they visit Grasshoppers in London Two North West.
The Regent’s Park club were involved in a rare 0-0 draw last weekend, with no points from either side on their trip to Welwyn Garden City, which was played in dreadful conditions.
Despite seeing their perfect start to the season end, Belsize Park remain top of the table and are two points clear of Chiswick in second.
The Regent’s Park club will want to maintain that advantage with a win over Grashoppers this weekend.
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Divisional rivals Hampstead, meanwhile, will look to build on their opening win of the season when they head for Hackney this coming Saturday.
The Wildwood Road outfit secured a 33-13 success at home to Grashoppers last weekend to secure a first league triumph of the campaign.
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The key for Hampstead now is to build on that success with another triumph at Hackney on Saturday as they bid to continue climbing the standings in London Two North West.