The Giants entered the London nines and were the only representative from the London and South East league. Despite competing against teams from the division above the Guildford players held their own and competed well winning their first game.
The Giants weren't to win again as a couple of injuries brought the squad down to just 9 meaning the final game was played without subs. Still the effort and desire to win of those who attended shone through and the whole club can be proud of their efforts.
Guildford Giants 16 - 14 West London Sharks
The Giants received the ball in game one and a clever kick over the top on the last was regathered and fed to Brian Stokes
to score the first try. Tries were traded throughout the game, conversions being vital.
London Skolars 24 - 14 Guildford Giants
An Alex Gee
hattrick with three identical tries lit up game two, but it wasn't enough to prevent defeat. Each try was created with a wide cut out pass and Gee's gas taking him round the Skolars defence down the wing and over the line.
West London Sharks 14 - 8 Guildford Giants
Injuries started to take their toll with the Giants struggling to break down a well drilled Sharks side who had a extra players who came late.
Guildford Giants 18 - 22 London Skolars
The Skolars looked dangerous throughout but the remaining Giants lads just would not let them get away. Down to 8 players at the end the fight kept going and the chance was there to score a try to draw level.