Basildon Rugby Club face crucial Chingford clash

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BASILDON return to London One North action with a crucial clash at Chingford tomorrow.

Basildon, who are third from bottom in the standings, won their last game 12-5 against Romford & Gidea Park three weeks ago.

But the poor weather has so far stopped them being able to build on that win.

However, Basildon will finally hope to be able to do that this weekend against a Chingford side just one place above them in the table.

Chingford go in to the game without a win in their last nine outings while Basildon have ended a run of sis successive defeats by beating Romford and will be hoping to climb out of the relegation zone with victory tomorrow.

Bottom of the table Rochford Hundred will also be wanting to boost their survival hopes when they take on Old Haberdashers at Magnolia Road.

Rochford have gone 11 games without a victory and will be desperate to end the run of bad results against their visitors, who are seventh in the standings.

South Woodham Ferrers have no such worries in London Three North East and the table toppers will be looking for a sixth straight win they host seventh placed Harlow this weekend.

Ninth placed Canvey Island are also in action as they entertain the team just above them in the table, Old Brentwoods.

The Islanders ended a four match losing streak by beating East London in their last outing and will now be wanting to secure a second successive win.


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