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Rugby Union: Old Streetonians, Finsbury Park return to league action

PUBLISHED: 13:00 07 December 2017

The rugby season is well underway (pic: Jamie Pluck).

The rugby season is well underway (pic: Jamie Pluck).

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Streets visit Stevenage Town in London Three North West, while Park travel to Thamesians in Herts/Middlesex Two

Old Streetonians return to action in London Three North West this weekend when they visit Stevenage Town.

Streets head into the weekend fifth in the table, but are just five points back from their hosts on Saturday.

On their last outing in the league back on November 25, Streets were beaten 36-26 at home to Grasshoppers, who currently top the standings.

Streets will be hoping for a better result this weekend, but have struggled on the road this year, with only one win from four away league games this term.

n Finsbury Park are back in Herts/Middlesex Two action on Saturday when they make the trip to Thamesians.

Park head into the weekend second in the table, with only points difference separating them from current leaders Old Millhillians.

It is crowded at the top of the division, with Park’s hosts on Saturday just a point further back in fourth.

Finsbury had last weekend off as Herts/Middlesex Two took a break.

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