November 1 2014 Latest news:
National League 3 London & SE
Bury St Edmunds 30
Bury overcame several obstacles to earn their fifth straight win away at Guernsey and go joint-top of the league, with an unlikely hero in front rower Brad Cook kicking three conversions and three penalties to grab the points.
Forwards coach Clive Bell believes struggling Ipswich’s weekend victory over Ruislip was a milestone in the club’s season.
After the disappointment of losing their last home game against Old Priorians 25-21, and losing their proud undefeated home record that stretched over more than a season, it was vital Ipswich bounced back.
Sudbury secured their most important win of the season against third-placed Harlow on Saturday to make it six in a row, with a 22-15 win in London 3 North.
A calamitous last 30 minutes saw Stowmarket snatch an unlikely defeat from the jaws of victory at West Norfolk.