Hard times on the pitch but the foundations are built at Albion
The Herald|December 04, 2021
IS ANYONE else struggling to keep up with how fast time is racing on this year? How on earth are we into December and the last two home games of 2021?
Ellie Venables

As you can see, it's not really going to plan on the rugby front. We have had a few frustrating games and a few frustrating losses, ones that should have been avoided.

Max (Venables) went up to Tonbridge last week and told me how heartbreaking the game was watched. The boys tried so hard, but it seemed that Luck (and Storm Arwen) was not on their side.

Hopefully, this week will be better once we are back at Brickfields against Darlington Mowden Park. The passion is most certainly there and the coaching team informs me that everything is going to plan in the week in training it's just a strange old season.

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