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RUGBY PREVIEW

PUBLISHED: 18:37 22 October 2010

Park seek sixth success

London Div 2NE

ROMFORD & GP v BRAINTREE

PARK put their 100 per cent record on the line against third-place Braintree at Crow Lane.

They made it five wins out of five with a bonus-point triumph at Ipswich, before a free weekend for rest and recuperation.

Braintree saw their own perfect record ended at Saffron Walden on the same day, but will prove a stern test for Mark Collins and his men.

London Div 3NE

CAMPION v WISBECH

BEATEN at high-flying Newmarket two weeks ago, Campion return to Cottons Park to host lowly Wisbech.

Captain Luke Maguire was hoping for a better turnout at training and availability is not usually an issue for home games, so Campion will aim for a win to give themselves some breathing space.

UPMINSTER v NORWICH

A one-point win at Wisbech was most needed by Upminster, but they need to follow it up with another success back on home turf.

Norwich have enjoyed two comfortable wins in their last two outings, though, and could prove awkward opponents at Hall Lane.

Essex Div 1

OLD COOPERIANS v PEGASUS PALMERIANS

COOPERS suffered their third loss in five at Clacton before the break, but know where the try line is, having secured bonus points in three matches to date.

Pegasus have only one win to their name from four outings, but appear dogged opposition and could knock Coopers out of their stride if they’re not careful.


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