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Rubgy Union: Barking hope for win in final London Two South East game of 2017 at Charlton Park

PUBLISHED: 16:00 14 December 2017

Action from Barking against Haywards Heath earlier in the season (pic: Tim Edwards)

Action from Barking against Haywards Heath earlier in the season (pic: Tim Edwards)

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Gale Street club hope to avoid going entire calendar year without success in league competition

Barking travel to Charlton Park in London Two South East on Saturday, looking to ensure they do not go the whole of 2017 without a win.

The Gale Street club are without a win in the league this term, and also failed any games in London One North before relegation earlier this year.

The trip to Charlton Park brings about one final chance for Barking to end their woeful run and make sure they do not go a whole calendar year without success.

Last time out, the Gale Street club went down 69-5 at home to Beckenham in their final home game of 2017.

The latest loss means Barking remain rooted to the bottom of the table and are yet to collect any points this season.

With their final match of 2017 to come this weekend, the Gale Street club will hope the new years brings about a change in fortunes.

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