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Sunday, April 11, 2010

East Region U18s win final regional title

Amended based on replies - thanks everyone!

East Region U18s (including Jess and Chloe) brought the curtain down on women's and girls' regional rugby by winning the national championship for the second year running. The title was shared in the end - the final finished 0-0 with South (after Extra Time) - but that still means two years undefeated rugby. Full scores etc. will appear on the Herts Girls blog some time in the next week. The U15 title went to East Midlands, winners 10-5 over Thames Valley (who East U15s beat a few weeks ago - so any news of how East U15s got on, anyone?)

Next season will see a whole new structure at both county level and above - 11 regions being replaced by four divisions. East will be joining forces with joint-champions South, South East and parts of Thames Valley  to form "London and the South East", thus bringing the women's game into line with the men's. Given the form shown by East in recent years, plus the abilities of players from Surrey, Middlesex, Kent, Sussex and Hampshire, London & SE must start as favourites to carry on where East have left off. Their main rivals might be Midlands, perhaps, depending on how many Thames Valley and East Mids U15s move up.


  1. Anonymous11:00 PM

    I heard South won....

  2. Anonymous11:59 PM

    joint first 0-0 full time and no score in extra time!!

  3. Anonymous6:15 AM

    U15 - East Mids won - beating Thames Valley 10 - 5 in a close fought match

  4. Anonymous7:20 AM

    Awesome girls they are tenacious.

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  5. Anonymous7:31 AM

    Awesome girls. They are tenacious.

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  6. Anonymous9:53 PM

    1 Mids East
    2 Thames Valley
    3 Scarletts
    4 South East
    5 West Mids
    6 South
    7 East
    8 North West
    9 South West North
    10 Yorkshire
    11 North East
    12 South W South


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