UCS Old Boys face blank Saturday

PUBLISHED: 16:00 22 November 2018

Action from UCS Old Boys against St Albans (pic: Nick Cook)

Action from UCS Old Boys against St Albans (pic: Nick Cook)


Old Boys lost 13-6 in difficult conditions at St Albans last Saturday

UCS Old Boys are set for a blank Saturday with no games planned in Herts/Middlesex One.

Owing to the continuation of many county competitions, no league games are scheduled for this Saturday.

That means Old Boys are not due in action again until December 1 when they make the trip to mid-table Thamesians.

It gives UCS another two-week break from action, something that has been a feature of the fixture list in recent weeks.

Old Boys go into the mini-break off the back of a 13-6 defeat away to St Albans last Saturday.

In an battling game in difficult conditions, Corne van Vuuren scored two penalties for UCS as they took a losing bonus point from the match.

Old Boys will look to use that losing bonus point as a positive to build on in training over the coming days as they look to be in the best possible shape to face Thamesians.

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