Danny Hunter’s Saffron Walden ended their title-winning campaign with another Henham victory, this time over a battling Holt side.
Saffron Walden have been crowned London 2NE champions with one game to spare after a 44-12 victory over bottom club Basildon on Saturday.
With Saffron Walden RFC just one game away from securing the London 2NE league title, Danny Hunter says the players and the club as a whole should take all the plaudits, and not just him, for their success.
With two league games to go, the equation for Saffron Walden is quite simple; triumph in one encounter and the title is theirs.
Saffron Walden RFC claimed what will hopefully be the first leg of an historic double this season, beating Zoo League Division Two side Shelford Nomads 35-22 to lift the Cambridgeshire Cup.
Daniel Hunter’s Saffron Walden now require just two wins from their final three games to clinch the league title after this success at their fourth-placed hosts on Saturday.
Daniel Hunter says Saffron Walden are chomping at the bit to finish the job as they inch their way towards the London 2NE title.
Saffron Walden RFC duo Mia Richey and Pippa O’Marra both had starring roles in the Eastern Counties U15s’ 31-20 triumph over Sussex U15s.
Twelve wins on the trot and now nine points clear of second-placed Diss, promotion seems only a matter of time.
Saffron Walden may have been dumped out of the London & SE Intermediate Cup by London Exiles but coach Daniel Hunter described the defeat as a “nice cup loss”
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