Our Men’s BWPL Saxon’s team won their second game of this season’s BWPL Div Five with a far more assured & comfortable display against Old Foes Bedford.
Our Men’s BWPL Saxon’s team won their opening game in this season’s BWPL Div Five with a nervy 9-8 win over Essex side Chelmsford with the winning goal scored by Alex Norcliffe coming with only 30 seconds remaining.
The 2018/19 BWPL season kicks-off tomorrow at Habs Boys School with the Men’s Div Five season starts with The Watford Saxons facing off against Chelmsford at noon.
This Sunday our U15’s A & B team’s are in final round action at Whitgift & QE Boys Schools…
The Men’s 1st team have advanced into this season’s London League Ref’s Cup final after defeating Guildford at Woodside pool on Sunday evening.
Match Report – Watford 1st team v Croydon – London League Premier Division, Whitgift School 23rd July, 2018 – Match Report written by Mike Eggleton…
9 o’clock, and with just three Watford players poolside, it looked like I might have to don my Speedos to make up the numbers. Fortunately, Mrs Eggleton’s blushes were spared by the arrival of six players, who’d been outside, taking in the last rays of sun.
Our Men’s 1st team have advanced to semi-final stage of this season’s Referee’s Cup after a 12-9 win over Premier Division rivals Sutton & Cheam last Wednesday at Woodside.
It was good to see a strong squad of 13 players turning out on a such a sunny day. Rumours that Edi was down the pub watching the Croatia-Denmark match were false, apparently. He was down at Croydon with the Ladies, so Cameron Baker stepped in to coach the squad; although he refused to change his name to Bakervic for the occasion. With such a strong team he opted to rotate two groups of six outfield players.
A trip to Kent on a Tuesday evening to play 2017 Winners & current London League Premier Div leaders Bexley is always a tough ask and even an M25 closure could not stop a determined young Watford team from venturing south of the river to take on a strong Bexley side. Only the inclusion of Danny Davis, Alun Dorrington and Paul Skerm ensured we fielded a team with an average age north of 20 years.
The final round of matches in this season’s London League Div One were held at QE Boys School on Sunday and Watford finished the first phase of competition in third place.