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Monday, August 12, 2019

England men's head coach Eddie Jones has confirmed his official 31-man squad to participate in the Rugby World Cup 2019 in Japan beginning next month.

May & Baker under-16s wrapped up their season with the end-of-season presentation evening.

Dagenham RFC made history as they became the first club to ever win the Essex Presidents Shield five times.

World Cup winner began his playing career with the Gale Street side

Central Park outfit finished league season with 49-6 success at Billericay

London Three Essex: Canvey Island 24 Barking 12

Gale Street outfit play their final game of the season this weekend

Dagenham seconds ended their season on a high with a 31-12 win over Mavericks in the Merit Table Six plate final.

Gale Street side beaten 43-10 at the weekend

Coach's comments come after Central Park club won 64-27 at Clacton last weekend

Gale Street outfit lost 57-5 at Braintree last weekend

Barking & Dagenham College Rugby Academy are celebrating having reached the Essex under-18 Cup final after beating Colne College in a thrilling semi-final with a last-second drop goal from captain Jimmy Moore.

Gale Street club return to action on Saturday after having last weekend off

Gale Street outfit eased to a 57-36 success on Saturday

Gale Street side won away to Millwall last weekend

Gale Street club edged to a 21-17 success at Millwall on Saturday

Gale Street club beat Campion on their last outing two weeks ago

Essex Presidents Shield semi-final: Billericay 0 Dagenham 41

Cottons Park side lost 31-28 on Saturday

Gale Street club triumphed 31-28 at the weekend

Cottons Park club lost 47-40 at Millwall last weekend — a fourth straight league defeat

Gale Street club lost 24-7 to Ilford Wanderers last weekend

Gale Street club beaten 24-7 at home to Ilford Wanderers on Saturday

Gale Street club had last weekend off with not matches in division

Six Nations: Ireland 20 England 32

Saturday, February 2, 2019

England stunned reigning Six Nations champions Ireland to take a giant step towards reclaiming their crown with a first win in Dublin for six years.

Dagenham dug deep to earn a 19-19 draw with unbeaten Essex League Division One leaders Mavericks, but left deflated with promotion hopes hanging by a thread.

Kings Cross Steelers continued their very impressive run with a 28-23 win against one time high flyers Barking in their London Three Essex encounter.

Gale Street side went down 28-23 away from home on Saturday

Gale Street outfit cruised to a 41-20 victory at home to Old Cooperians last weekend

Andrew Moreland feels Barking turned in their best display in several months in a 41-20 victory at home to Old Cooperians in London Three Essex.

Last month's initial game between was abandoned at half-time after the referee suffered an injury

Match rearranged after game last month was abandoned at half-time with Gale Street outfit leading

Central Park club chasing success both on and off the field

Gale Street outfit lost 38-0 at home to league leaders on Saturday

Gale Street outfit lost 26-5 at East London last weekend

Essex Canterbury Jack One: Writtle Wanderers 0 Dagenham 88

Gale Street club set for first game following Christmas break this weekend

Dagenham head coach Brian Wren admitted a 7-3 win over Essex League Division One rivals Upminster was a great way to end 2018.

Dagenham ended their year on a winning note with a hard-fought 7-3 success over Upminster at Central Park in Essex League Division One.

An injury to referee Niamh Hennessey saw match called off at half-time

Referee Niamh Hennessey pulled her hamstring in the first half, with the match unable to be completed

St Mary's Lane club lost 24-14 at home to Ilford Wanderers last weekend

Gale Street club lost previous meeting in September, but looking for success on Saturday

Gale Street club were unable to trouble the scorers for the first time this term on Saturday

Gale Street club suffered heavy defeat at home to Braintree last weekend

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