Senior men’s rugby at Kingston Rugby Club
Kingston rugby club takes their rugby seriously and the club will be fielding three senior sides and a VETS team this season. The 1stXV play in Surrey 2. We train every Tuesday and Thursday, with sessions starting at 7pm. Please come down and have a run-out, or contact Club Captain Aidan Hamilton on: 07859 818 916 or email: email@example.com
The sessions are very much skill-based, taken by the club coach and all new comers are welcome. Special sessions with specialist forwards and backs coaches are also arranged to compliment the existing coaching set up.
The players also know how to enjoy themselves… besides visiting the many bars and clubs Kingston has to offer, social events take place regularly at the club, including discos, live bands and dinners. This year, the club toured to Barcelona. Recent visits to the Czech Republic and Portugal have been a huge success.
Saturday 28th April 2018
Met Police 3rdXV v Kingston Saxons (F) 2:30pm KO – Played at Esher
Monday 7th May 2018 (Bank holiday)
Wimbledon 4thXV v Kingston Saxons (League Final) Evening KO – Played at Esher
Saturday 14th April 2018
Kingston 33, Streatham & Croydon 29 (L) 3pm KO
Kingston Saxons v Battersea Ironsides V (Semi-final) 2:30pm KO
Saturday 7th April 2018
Old Haileyburians 65, Kingston 19 (L)
Saturday 31st March 2018
Saturday 24th March 2018
Kingston 17, Old Paulines 15 (L)
Kingston Saxons (TBC)
Saturday 17th March 2018
Kingston 24, Cranleigh 29 (L) *re-arranged
Kingston Saxons (TBC)
Saturday 10th March 2018
Bec Old Boys 21, Kingston 26 (L)
Kingston Saxons v Reigate (CUP)
Saturday 24th February 2018
KCS v Kingston VETs Quarter Final (CANCELLED)
O’Rutlishians 3s 24, Kingston Saxons 37
Saturday 17th February 2018
Old Wellingtonians 30, Kingston 27 (L) 2:30pm KO
Awaiting match report
Kingston Saxons 54, Mitcham 31 (PLAY-OFF) 2:30pm KO
The Saxons were looking to bounce back following last week’s gutsy performance in the rain.
The weather was set for a day of running Rugby and the Saxons did not disappoint. The opening score came from Kev Simmonds picking up from the back of a ruck and ran straight into the full back. The full back held onto a shoelace to bring him down then a pop up to Harry “baldylocks” Foskett led to the first try of the day. Successfully converted by Cam “the fiz” Fisher.
The second try came from some nice interlink play from the forwards, which led to Joshy “dizzle” Allen breaking through with an easy run to the line. Dizzle then had another clueless mind fart and tried to throw a pass to Dima… which went to the floor, Cam scrambled like his does for the last slice of pizza managed to bend over his dad bod to scoop the ball up and dot over the line, converted his own try.
Saxons once again finding holes everywhere. The ball found its way to cam who tried an audacious cross kick, 5ft9 Kev goes up like a wide receiver and gets the ball in traffic, before slam dunking it home in the corner. Conversion missed.
Saxons were rolling, however in typical Saxons fashion they decided to switch off allowing the opposition to score a try. Trying to switch the momentum back Kingston’s way Mad Jack made a textbook tackle, until he remembered how strong he was and momentum led to jack picking him and dumping the player, Jack very quick to apologies may of saved him from a red card. Fortunately, only a yellow card, however upon his return not many people ran at Jack from that point on. Can’t blame them the kids a freak!
In this sin bin period Mitcham notched up two more scores from K’s poor discipline and mistakes. This left the score at 19-19 at the end of the half. A few strong words from Duncan at half time K’s really turned it on in the second half, with lots of running Rugby from anyway including the dead ball area.
Second half started as a real nail biter K’s trying to avoid that downward spiral with Mitcham putting the pressure on. After some solid defence from the forwards Dima, Charles and Ian! Momentum turned after Baldylocks with his stream lined hair found another gaping hole exquisitely found by Cam, Cam followed the pass in support play received the pass back and stepped the forward but looking like Andy Goode going for the line just didn’t quite have the gas, after a nice covering tackle a neat offload by Cam to big Jason Donovan, who then dots down under the post! The boys came and congratulated Jason who just kept saying “especially for you”. Converted by cam.
Off the kick off, k’s spread the ball wide with a nice miss pass by Andy Goode led to baldylocks running 40metres before giving the ball on a 2-1 to Martin “polish superman” who had a 40metre sprint to the line pushing off two would be tacklers before superman diving into the corner. Converted by cam. This I must say was a very popular score.
Mitcham then manage to grab another try after some constant pressure, finishes off nicely in the corner.
The game at this point could go either way with 7 points in it. K’s opted to take a penalty kick from out wide, unfortunately Cam’s pin legs did not have the power. However, following some good chase up play and assistance from the sun bounding off Baldylocks’s head and blinding the Mitcham player he managed to get a charge down and another try under the post. Once again converted.
Following some great hits from the forwards the ball popped out, to which the Cam Fisher pouncing on it like it was the last roast potatoes on a Sunday lunch. Found himself in some space, support players trying to get there. Another needle threading pass, finds Kev on the wing clearly forgetting he is playing 8 today or maybe been watching too much 6 nations following his idol Sam Simmonds. Gallops home scores in the corner. Converted by Cam.
Saxons still has one more try in the locker, Baldylocks smashing another line! Mitcham doing well to hold him up over the line, but some how he pushes the ball down between his legs like a chicken laying an egg to score Cam converted.
Mitcham weren’t done yet either, with the last play of the game, even after skip Joe Wright leading by example with a big hit on the prop. The pressure was too much and they scored in the corner.
Full time 54-31!
Honourable mention to scrummy James who had a blinder! Ben Gill who played his first game after a few weeks training didn’t get much ball but a few nice tackles!
Saturday 10th February 2018
Old Walcountians v Kingston (Surrey Shield)
Saturday 3rd February 2018
Kingston 13, Reeds Weybridge 9 (L)
After the disappointment of a narrow loss the last time the two team met, the visit of Reeds Weybridge at Hook Road was a appetising prospect for both the players and supporters of the club. Reeds were looking to extend their unbeaten run in the league and Kingston aimed to continue their unbeaten 2018. In that last fixture Reeds struggled to cope with aggressiveness and power of the Kingston pack and that was again evident on Saturday.
From the get go K’s pinned Reeds back into their half and didn’t allow the away team to play the expansive game they’ve been used to producing this season. An early penalty at the scrum gave K’s the first points of the game with Ollie Clements nudging over for 3-0 lead. With the conditions wet, there was plenty of loose ball and a lot of scrummaging in the first quarter to which Kingston had taken full control of and that wasn’t more apparent when an opportunity to kick to posts was turned down by skipper Ollie Clements in favour of a scrum. It turned out to be a great decision as the Kingston scrum sent Reeds back at a rate of knots and number 8 Lewis Tucker crashed over for the first try of the game (10-0).
Reeds tried hard to find a way back into the game but K’s defence and kept them safely at arms length without any major concerns. Reeds did eventually find a way onto the score board with a penalty as the half closed in (10-3).
The second half started similarly to first with K’s quickly setting the mood with some big defence across the field. Kingston thought they had extended their lead when Winger Steve Cockram went over in the corner but the referee adjudged the final pass to be forward. From the resulting scrum K’s drove Reeds back to win the scrum against the head and again looked to extend their lead, a flurry of pick and goes eventually resulting in a knock on. It wouldn’t be long until they did extend that lead when a penalty was added by Clements (13-3). Reeds worked hard to try and get back into the game and with some errors from Kingston creeping in they managed to pull the gap back to just 4 points with two penalties of their own (13-9). A late flurry of efforts came from Reeds but some superb K’s defence made sure that they were kept at bay, with an eventual knock on signalling the end of the game and a well deserved victory for the home side.
Kingston Saxons – Game cancelled
Saturday 27th January 2018
Economicals 17, Kingston 18 (L) KO 2:15pm
After an impressive win in the last round of league fixtures Kingston headed into the game away at Economicals high in confidence, looking to make it two from two in 2018. In wet conditions the first 10 minutes or so were riddled with handling errors as both teams looked to strike first. It was the home side that were first to put points on the board with a blindside break from their number 8 after a scrum on Kingston’s five metre line (5-0). K’s pushed hard to find a way back into the game but were having no luck due to some great defensive work from Economicals and that hard work paid off when they scored their second of the day from a driving maul in the corner (10-0). K’s pushed hard for a response in the final moments and were rewarded somewhat after some repeat offences around the breakdown resulted in an Economicals yellow card just before half time.
Kingston knew they needed an improvement in the second half and came out the blocks firing. A scrum inside the opposition 22 gave K’s a set piece opportunity and they used it to full effect. A nice hard carry from centre Connor Ashwin saw him break through the line and score under the posts (10-7). Two penalties from Ollie Clements closed the margin (10-13) but just when Kingston thought they were back in the game Economicals scored again from a scrum 5 metres out (17-13).
Time was against K’s as they pushed hard to try and get something from the game. With 5 minutes left on the clock another Ashwin break saw him find a bit of space, offload to centre partner Sam Rolfe who tipped onto skipper Ollie Clements to score in the corner. The conversion unsuccessful but it gave K’s a narrow lead (17-18) heading into the final moments of the game. The restart gave Kingston possession back and some tight play from forwards killed the clock and a penalty against Economicals brought an end to the game making it a second successive win in the league for this year.
Farnham 0, Kingston Saxons 31 (F) KO 2pm
Saxons travelled to Farnham on a wet, windy day with only 13 players in the squad due to late withdrawals. In previous games this could have seen the squad morale drop but in the last few weeks results and performances have been on the up! Before KO Farnham lent the Saxons a hooker to complete their front row and free up man of the match Hugo to his normal position as flanker. One last team huddle with the message of defence and physicality the Saxons received the kick-off and set the tone with Hugo embarking on one of his many carries into Farnham defence sitting down their 10 and rumbling on 20m till tackled. Saxons full of confidence drove down field and earned to two quick penalties with the 2nd penalty giving Kingston a chance to tap from 5m out with prop Gary Nash flopping over (more to come from the prop later). Then came the Farnham pressure but Kingston stood strong allowing nothing past earning turnover after turnover. Pressure was eventually stop even after some loose open play kicking from fly half Cam Fisher by Hugo storming through and scoring Saxons 2nd try. Hugo and Gary both got 1 more try for the Saxons with Gary’s try being what a prop calls ‘special’ another quick tap this time from 10m out and bursting through weak tackling to score. In one memorable moment came from Jon “the wizard” Donovan, the centre snaking past would be tacklers before offloading one handed out the back allowing the Saxons to build an attacking platform. 2nd half was agreed to be only 30minutes long and within 5 mins Hugo completed his hat trick by running off on his own to score. Then came the not so good, injuries and slight fisty cuffs came to the decision to call the 2nd half after 20minutes. Final score 0-31 to Saxons.
Saturday 20th January 2018
Racal Decca 12, Kingston Saxons 50 (Cup)
The Saxons travelled to nearby neighbours Racal Decca at the weekend looking to progress into the next round of the cup and continue their recent good form. The game was played in terrible conditions but that didn’t stop K’s puttting a show in another high scoring affair that finished 50-12.
Saturday 13th January 2018
Kingston 57, Purley John Fisher 12 (L)
After a first home defeat of the season before the Christmas break K’s were keen to back on track against a high flying Purley John Fisher side.
The first quarter was expected to be closely consorted but it was in fact dominated by Kingston who looked lively all over the park. After an early penalty kick, Kingston extended their advantage further through skipper Ollie Clements with some nice individual work from the fly half (10-0). Despite some good play from PJF it was Kingston who looked most likely to get the second try of the game and that happened after a quick penalty tap from Joe Best opened up some space for Luke Burge to go in unchallenged under the posts (17-0). The gap was extended further just before half time despite Kingston being down to 14 when Ollie Clements went over for his second of the game, again another cracking individual effort when K’s looked like they’d run out of ideas (24-0) at the break.
The second half started like the first had finished a lovely line from fullback Juan Carbon cut PJF in half and increased the lead quickly (31-0). With Kingston’s yellow back on the pitch it was in fact him that went on to score the next try of the game, a great run from Phil Neil breaking a handful of tackles and crashing over the line for his second try for the club in as many games (38-0).
PJF were handed a boost mid way through the second half when K’s were given a second yellow due to lack of discipline at the ruck, and they made the most of that ten minute window, notching up their first points of the game after some extended pressure on K’s 5 metre line (38-7). K’s reply was quick and shortly afterwards Aidan Hamilton found his way to the try line with some impressive foot work. It was rare to see this man on the pitch so late in the game let alone picking up a try (45-7).
Kingston we’re then given a third yellow of the match and again allowed the momentum swing PJF’s way. After an extensive period of defending the away team found a way over for a deserved try after some hard work (45-12). With the bonus point secured earlier in the day, K’s continued to push for more points and were rewarded when Aidan Hamilton broke through a couple of tackles and presented the ball for Luke Burge to find his way to the line for a second try of the game (52-12). With the last play of the game Kingston opted for to kick to the corner and they looked to put further punishment on PJF, the resulting line out created a chance for scrum half Joe Best to burrow his way over the line and give Kingston and impressive victory in the first round of games after the Christmas break (57-12).
Kingston Saxons 46, Old Freemans 2ndXV 14 (L)
Saxons back with a bang after the Christmas sabbatical. A strong Saxons squad was named for the league game against Old Freeman’s 2s on Saturday.
Saxons fly half Cam Fisher, back from a lengthy injury, kicked off toward the allotments to start the first half.The first half was really well controlled by the Saxons lads, with some good work around the breakdown and some slick running lines. The Saxons scored first after a powerful run from debutant Tom Ellis. Converted by Cam Fisher. Some exceptionally strong scrummaging from the lighter weight Saxons forwards kept the larger Old Freeman’s forwards on the back foot for the first half. The Saxons continued to run in the tries with a quick taken tap penalty score from Hooker come scrum half Olly Day. Converted by Cam Fisher. After this try Old Freeman’s started to build into the game with some good field position. The lads held firm with some good tackling work around the ruck. Number 8 Luke Davis scored an opportunistic try under the posts, by scooping up a fumble and galloping in like a mad giraffe. First half finishing 19-0 to the home side.
Old Freeman’s kicked off the second half and immediately started to exert pressure onto the Kingston defensive line. This pressure paid off as with 2 quick scores. They were back in the match. Kingston pushed the score further from the away team with another barn storming run from Tom Ellis. A series of penalties for minor infringements led to the Saxons being down to 14 men on two occasions. Once back up to full strength substitute winger Jessie showed a sublime turn of pace to ghost past the edge of the ageing Old Freeman’s back line and score in the corner. In the closing stages of the game Kingston kept control and with more scores from Olly Day and Luke Davis the game ended with Kingston running out with a deserved 46-14 win. It was a great performance from both the first team and the Saxons squads both ending their games with wins that set a real statement of intent for the run in to the end of the season. Man of the match – Tom Ellis
Saturday 9th December 2017
Kingston v Old Haileyburians (L)
Old Paulines 3rdXV v Kingston Saxons (L)
Saturday 2nd December 2017
Kingston (no fixture)
Old Rutlishians v Kingston Saxons
Saturday 25th November 2017
O’Paulines 21, Kingston 24 (L)
After a big win against Bec Old Boys the previous weekend, K’s knew this weeks fixture wouldn’t be the same outcome. Fixtures between Old Pauline’s and Kingston have always been hugely competitive and always very close and this one was no different.
K’s started the brighter of the two teams punching their way through OP’s defence with some heavy carrying and found themselves ahead early on with a debut try from Phil Neal, the big centre latched onto a pass from about 5 metres out and crashed over close to the posts (0-7). That lead was extended further shortly after with a lovely move off the base of the a scrum. Full back Joe Best joined the line popping the ball onto Juan Carbon before again collecting it on the outside, some neat play from the backs (0-14).
OP’s did find some success and managed to muster up a try for themselves after some poor discipline at the breakdown (7-14). Kingston’s response came quickly, with some hard running from the forwards creating a bit of space for Aidan Hamilton to score after a neat offload from Tommy Rushmer (7-21).
Kingston had been dominating for large parts of the game but eventually with about 25 minutes left to go an OP’s resurgence made for good viewing. More ill discipline and individual mistakes gave the home team a way back into the game scoring two tries either side of a Ross McTear penalty bringing the scores up to 21-24 with about 5 minutes to play. The final moments were comfortable for K’s playing in OP’s half and they almost extended the lead further but for a missed penalty late on. The score line finished 21-24 to Kingston, a much deserved win which now pushes the team up towards the top end of the table ahead of the visit of Haileyburians on 9th December.
Kingston Saxons v Esher Amateurs Priors (L) HWO
Saturday 18th November 2017
Kingston Saxons v Farnham 3XV (12:30pm KO)
Saturday 11th November 2017
Kingston 46, Bec Old Boys 13 (L)
After the disappointed of Cranleigh, K’s were relishing the opportunity to be back at Hook Road as they took on Bec Old Boys.
Kingston took an early lead with a penalty from skipper Ollie Clements and then shortly after extended the lead with a try through scrum half Charlie Kelly. Ryan Seymour broke through the line and a couple of tackles before neatly popping the ball off to Charlie for the first try of the day. A couple of cheap penalty were then conceded allowing Bec to claw back 6 points (10-6). K’s quickly bounce back with another try, this time prop Chi Kavindele going over from close range (17-6) giving Kingston a healthy enough lead heading into half time.
The Kingston scrum had been a huge weapon in the first half and it was again used to full effect shortly after the break. A scrum on Bec’s 5 metre line got moving quickly presenting number 8 Lewis Tucker with an easy dot down over the line (24-6).
K’s were in the mood and completely dominating the game in every way. A quick burrow from close range from Luke Burge extended the score to (31-6) and then Bec did eventually reply with something of their own. Some good pick and go’s from the forwards got them in under the posts (31-13).
K’s bounced back from the try quickly with some lovely play from the backs. Ross McTear broke the line before neatly looping a pass onto Sam Rolfe who put Connor Ashwin over in the corner (38-13). The scoring was over there, some nice hands from the forwards created some space out wide and when the ball was nudged through it was a foot race to the line. Charlie Kelly chased and an error from their fullback presented him with a second try for the day and deserved bonus point win for K’s (46-13).
Next up Kingston travel to Old Pauline’s looking to add another W and climb higher up into the top half of the league.
Reeds Weybridge 3rdXV v Kingston Saxons (L) AWO
Opposition cancelled the game…
Saturday 4th November 2017
Cranleigh 36, Kingston 10 (L)
Kingston Saxons 7, KCS Old Boys 3rdXV 24 (L)
Saturday 28th October 2017
Kingston 20, O’Wellingtonians 14 (L)
Kingston continued their recent form at the weekend with a hard fought 20-14 win over 4th placed Old Wellingtonians. Midweek before the game it had been targeted as a must win game to build a platform for the upcoming fixtures before the Christmas break.
Kingston started slowly and because of that fell behind with an early penalty converted. Shortly afterwards a comedy of errors eventually resulted in OW’s walking over the line for the first points of the game (0-8). It wasn’t until about 20/25 minutes into the game that K’s decided they wanted to play some rugby and after a enormous amount of pressure camped on OW’s 5 metre line, the penalty count totted up and the referee had no choice to bin their centre for repeated offences at the breakdown. K’s made the most of that advantage and span the ball out win to put in Ross McTear over the line (7-8). Shortly after that Ollie Clements added another 3 points from the boot putting K’s ahead 10-8 at halftime.
Kingston started the second half much better than the first and were quickly ahead with some nice running from fly half Ollie Clements broke through a couple of tackles before popping the ball up to Ryan Seymour to go in under the sticks (17-8). A dip in concentration and lack of discipline over the next 10 minutes or so gave OW’s an easy way back into the game kicking two penalties and bringing the score to 17-14 with about 10 minutes left to play. Kingston again found another gear and found themselves further ahead with a successful penalty from Clements yet again (20-14) with about 5 minutes to play. OW’s threw everything they had at the Kingston defence in the later stages of the game but a brilliant defensive effort across the board kept them at bay to secure a well deserved 20-14 victory.
Woking 2ndXV 15, Kingston Saxons 12 (L)
The Saxons travelled to Woking with only 13 players due to some late call ups to the 1xv and withdrawals.
The match started 14 vs 13 with Kingston Kicking off through Chris Ward. The ref was quick to stamp his mark on the match, blowing up for multiple infringements against Kingston, which led to Woking heading down field using their big ball carrying forwards. Despite strong defensive work by Kingston, Woking managed to squeeze over for the first try of the game putting the score at 5-0. Shortly after the restart, Kingston where back in their own 22 and were soon down to 12 men after a high tackle, 10yards from the try line. 14 vs 12 should have been there for Woking to run up the score, but considering the shortage of players Kingston defended well and leaked penalties out of Woking. Unfortunately, both long range kicks were missed. Just before half time, with Kingston back up to 13 players, man of the match Luke Davis took a lovely line to slice through weak tackling to score in the left hand corner. 5-5. Half time.
Confidence was spreading within the Saxons squad in the 2nd half, with telling hits and great scramble defence making life hard for Woking’s ball carriers. Only due to a lack of concentration, a Woking forward snuck over after a tap penalty 5 yards out. 12-5.
5 mins later a harsh yellow card for Kingston’s, Luke Davis 14v12 again. The next score came with Luke back on the field, he had spent all day stealing Line outs and once again caused Woking to tip the ball on with ball bouncing nicely to Kev Davies, mismatch spotted he skipped between two props and then a 60m foot race with the fullback with only one winner, try under the post 12-12. Unfortunately, with no time on the clock Kingston gave away a penalty 30m out, with the last kick of the game the ball struck the inside of the post and bounced in. 15-12 Woking. Score line not what the Saxons wanted but the boys went home proud of how they played. Strong mentions to Luke Davis and Alfie Foskett for their defensive efforts.
Kingston VETS v Met Police
Saturday 21st October 2017
Reeds Weybridge 27, Kingston 12 (L)
After a weekend out of action, the 1XV travelled to league leaders Reeds Weybridge at the weekend looking to cause a huge upset. The coaches message before the start had been to find the aggression and nastiness that has been expected of Kingston over the years, but missing so far this season.
Reeds were coming off the back of three consecutive 50+ points wins in the league, but that was not happening against a much improved Kingston side. Reeds took an early lead through a penalty but that was short lived. After a long spell of pressure from K’s, Aidan Hamilton went in from close range to score on his debut back since the injury he picked up in round 1. Kingston dominated for much of the first half as the Reeds pack struggled to live with the aggression of K’s scrum, however they did go over for a try shortly before the half time whistle and took a narrow lead into half time.
The second half half was much like the first, dominance in the collision and at scrum time. Despite that some lovely backs play from Reeds saw them go over twice before K’s replied with a series of strong scrums on the oppositions 5-metre which eventually resulted in a penalty try.
Reeds went over once more when the ball was dislodged in the tackle as we attempted an attack. A late flurry of attacks from Kingston could have resulted in a yellow card as Reeds repeatedly infringed at the breakdown, however the ref decided otherwise. Despite all the pressure coming from Kingston in the last 10 minutes they could not break the deadlock to pick up their third try and a loosing bonus point, the final score ended 27-12.
Kingston Saxons v Wimbledon 4thXV (L) POSTPONED DUE TO INJURY
The Saxons took on Wimbledon at the weekend looking to pick up their second win in as many games. Despite a fairly good start, some missed tackles put the Saxons under some extreme pressure which eventually resulted in Wimbledon scoring two tries in quick succession.
Unfortunately later in the game, a freak accident resulted in the referee deciding to abandon the match.
Kingston Marcus chipped a bone in his neck whilst attempting a tackle, which resulted in him being knocked out. We wish him all the best on the recovery.
Saturday 14th October 2017
Old Rutlishians 3rdXV 52, Kingston Saxons 29 (L)
Kingston get walkover & points as original match was cancelled by O’Rutlishians
Sunday 15th October 2017
Farnborough v Kingston (Junior Vase) HWO
Saturday 7th October 2017
Kingston 36, Economicals 29 (L)
After a slow start to season Economicals at Hook Road was targeted as a must win game. Kingston came out of the blocks fast with various passages of play putting E’s under a huge amount of pressure. That pressure eventually paid off with Connor Ashwin crashing over from close range. Economicals replied quickly with a try of their own before Kingston added a second through centre Sam Rolfe. K’s pushed on from there, dominating large periods of the half, and eventually added a third through scrum half Charlie Kelly. Some good link up play and a nice kick through from fly half Ollie Clements was again nudged on by Charlie Kelly before grounding it over the try line. A lapse in concentration allowed E’s to cross over for their second just before half time.
Kingston started the second half as they did the first with some lovely build and play and quick thinking from Ollie Clements leading to the fourth of the day. Clements pin point cross field kick put winger Joshua Allen over in the corner. A sloppy passage of play was to follow that with a stray pass being kicked through allowing E’s to pick up their third and a much needed morale boost. It wasn’t long before they went over again after a good catch and drive from a line out on Kingston 5 metre line.
The last 15 minutes was as physical as the whole game had been with both teams looking for a breakthrough. It would be K’s that made that break with another bulldozing run through E’s defence by centre Connor Ashwin to give Kingston the lead. Some dogged defence in the last 10 kept the away side at bay, as Kingston recorded a BP win.
Old Rutlishians 3rdXV v Kingston Saxons (L) (postponed, being played following week)
Saturday 30th September 2017
Purley John Fisher 32, Kingston 7 (L)
Reigate v Kingston Saxons
Saturday 23rd September 2017
Streatham & Croydon 18, Kingston 7 (L)
Tuesday 19th September 2017 (Evening floodlit game)
Kingston 1stXV v Kingston University (F)
Saturday 16th September 2017
Kingston Saxons v Battersea Ironsides 5thXV (F)
Saturday 2nd September 2017
Kingston ClubXV v Raynes Park (Memorial game)
Saturday 19th August 2017
Kingston ClubXV 18, Teddington 19 (Trial)
Was great to have rugby return to Hook road yesterday in what turned out to be impressive first outing for senior squad as they took on Teddington RFC. The result didn’t go our way with 18-19 loss but the performance from the lads really did show all the hard work that has been put in since June.
Try’s came from Luke Burge, Charlie Kelly, Juan Viera and Olly Day was voted man of match.
This year will see Kingston RFC host Raynes Park in the annual Dan Turner memorial game on the 2nd of September, more details to follow.