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8 years ago
Aylesbury went into this away game against Tadley having won their last four games and feeling confident of a positive result.
7 years ago
Aylesbury travelled to Newbury as league leaders but knowing that Newbury were a capable side having earlier in the season beaten Grove.
On Saturday Aylesbury played current league leaders Milton Keynes in a match that doubled up as a league match and the final of the Bucks Shield
Aylesbury started the year at the top of the league but needed to be at their best as they faced a difficult fixture away against inform Beaconsfield.
Aylesbury played Grove for the first time this season after this game was postponed due to the weather earlier in the season.
This was Ay’s first return fixture of the season and the team were set a target of getting all five league points, at home.
After a two week break Ay’s looked to continue their winning ways when they hosted a Windsor team that had recently put together a run of wins.
After a long and successful season Aylesbury faced one final hurdle to promotion to the South West 1 East league above them
Aylesbury hosted mid table Tadley RFC knowing that a good performance was needed, as Tadley were coming off an impressive win over Windsor.
This was a top of the table clash which each side needed to win if they were to go on and lift the league title.
Aylesbury went into this game knowing that a win was a must, as they had slipped to third in the league.
Aylesbury went to Milton Keynes to take on a side one place below them in the league. Ay’s were at full strength and full of confidence.
Aylesbury got back to winning ways on Saturday when they beat Broadmoor Staff playing some scintillating and sparkling rugby on a beautiful day.
Aylesbury in third place in the league went into this game against fourth placed Grove with several regulars missing including Captain Luke Gardner.
Earlier in the season Ays beat Windsor at home by 20 points to 10 and knew that beating Windsor away would be challenging.
Aylesbury went into this game knowing that only a win against second place Wootton Bassett would be good enough to see them reach the playoff.
Aylesbury found themselves travelling away to Chipping Norton on a day more suited to lazing on a beach than playing a hard physical game of rugby.
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