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Friday, September 04, 2009

"Letchworth Saracens" training this Sunday

Important training session this Sunday (12.30) - the first joint session with Saracens in preparation for our entry in the Thames Valley League. There is a second session in a fortnight's time at Saracens, then the league kicks off on 4th October.

As you'll have seen below the league includes five teams - one from each of the four counties in the Thames Valley region - and we'll play each of them home and away. In theory the opposition are not the county teams, but teams based on clusters of small clubs in each county (so Berks Baa Baas should not be Reading in disguise!).

Our combined squads with Saracens should be big enough to form a match squad and guarantee that everyone gets to play proper 15 (or 13) a-side rugby against a good standard of opposition throughout the season (or at least the part of the season that regional weekends do not get in the way of), and the two weekends of training will important in bringing the two squads together, and seeing who plays best in which position.

In between the TV League games we will be playing and training as Letchworth.

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