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Friday, January 13, 2017

Director of rugby at Central Park reflects on their style of play after defeat to Kings Cross Steelers

Gale Street club head to Norfolk this weekend, but boss is looking ahead

The D’s suffered a disappointing 17-7 reverse at home to Kings Cross Steelers last weekend despite taking the lead

Gale Street club scored four tries and lost by less than seven points to take something from loss

Gale Street club start 2017 in the relegation zone, but former Harlequins back bullish about avoiding drop

A look back at some of our stories over the past week

Gale Street club slipped to another heavy defeat in London One North

A look back at some of our stories over the past week

Gale Street club have not won since October 8, but hope to end calendar year in style

The wet weather made conditions at Gale Street difficult after the break, yet Manor still recorded a 36-5 success

Smith takes positive from loss

Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Gale Street club fell to seventh straight loss, but ex-British & Irish Lions centre content with display

A look back at some of our stories over the past week

Manor have a big game looming against Chingford next week, but first they must down rivals

A look back at some of our stories over the past week

Coach Smith under no illusions in London One North

Coach reflects on London One North loss to Fullerians

Ex-British & Irish Lions centre says team must play well for 80 minutes, not just in brief patches

Central Park club suffered disappointing defeat to Billericay on Saturday and could face another tough test this weekend

Gale Street club lost fourth game in a row in west London

Thomas Rochette endured difficult journey from central London to D’s home, but made it and scored first try for the club

After tough games before break, Gale Street club look to hit back at Ruislip

Boss says he has set forward target of most goals for the Blues in one season

After back-to-back defeats, the D’s are looking to get back on track and start moving up the standings

Central Park director of rugby hoping players can cut out sloppy errors, although happy with their progress

Upminster Primary School praised after event at May & Baker and now go on to represent Borough in 2017 London Youth Games

Central Park club visit Old Brentwoods this weekend knowing a second win of the season could move them up to fifth

Garry O’Sullivan delighted to see many children enjoying themselves and the Dagenham club were praised for hosting the event

Central Park club did produce encouraging second half display against local rivals and were praised by referee

Central Park club set to take on second-placed Millwall and will face foes with morebelief after win at Kings Cross Steelers

Havering Sports Collective’s Sharon Phillips full of praise for parents and May & Baker for hosting brilliant tournament for youngsters in the Borough

Gale Street club want to end run of two straight defeats on Saturday

Ex-Romford & Gidea Park head coach impressed with defensive showing at Memorial Ground which moves the D’s up to sixth in table

England return to capital on November 13, needing a win over World Cup holders

Initiative was a great success during first year

Former British & Irish Lions centre content with performance at London One North leaders

Sarginson selected as England face New Zealand

Head coach Ollie Smith knows weekend’s clash will be difficult

Former Romford & Gidea Park head coach full of praise for young side for playing a positive brand of rugby

D’s trailed 25-10 at one stage before coming strong in second half and picking up two bonus points

Former British & Irish Lions tourist far from pleased as defeat in west London

Experienced forward believes Ollie Smith’s team can defeat anybody in the division if they perform to their best

Dagenham hoping to field team for Essex League Division One contest at home to Bancroft this weekend

D’s will host Essex under-18s match against Kent under-18s at Central Park this weekend

A positive for the Central Park club is they will host an Essex under-18s fixture this Sunday

Gale Street outfit earned third success of the campaign and second in a row after dominant performance after the break

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