Chiswick 23 – Tabard 5 Crunch time is with us. Chiswick needed only to win this match against mid-table Tabard to get to a play-off against London 2 North East’s second team Diss for...
Maidstone 29 – Chiswick 12
Both teams tore into this Regional Final of the RFU Intermediate Cup from the off, and it was anyone’s game at first, with Chiswick’s probing fifteen man rugby, tending towards the anarchic, running up against the aggressive Maidstone defence, which excelled in ripping the ball off the visitors
Hemel Hempstead 12 – Chiswick 74
After last week’s debacle, Chiswick wreaked vengeance on a weak but plucky Hemel Hempstead, who scored two tries and came close to several more, whilst being unable to cope with the power of the Chiswick team.
Chiswick 8 – Old Haberdashers 17
Chiswick finally met their match, Haberdashers proving marginally the better team, at least in the unusually slippery conditions at Riverside Lands, conditions which changed the home back line from being slippery to hold to slipping over.
Following their fantastic 17-10 win in the semi final Saturday, Chiswick 1st XV have drawn Maidstone in the final of the London and SE Division of the RFU Intrermediate cup. Home/away draw to be...
Harrow 10 – Chiswick 23
To prove their earlier victory over the League leaders was no fluke, Chiswick proceeded to outplay them comprehensively again at Stanmore. This was a team performance with everybody pulling their weight, and the defence being so good that Harrow did not cross the Chiswick goal-line once.
Chiswick 18 – Hampstead 13
With Harpenden’s narrow defeat at St.Albans, this result propels Chiswick into the play-off spot in the League.
Chiswick 43 – Old Merchant Taylors 17
A cold capricious wind failed to prevent a feast of running rugby, with the home pack, strengthened by the return of Sam Hood, proving the dominant force eventually. Despite the wind on their backs, with Gabs Lowe standing in at fly half, Chiswick were always going to run everything.
Last time Chiswick played Harpenden with snow on the pitch, the match was abandoned at half-time, with the score 0-0. This time the half-time score was again 0-0, but the sun was out, the snow had melted, and an epic encounter between the second and the third in the League ended with honours even.
Hammersmith came to Riverside Lands determined to avenge the trouncing they had received earlier in the season, and were within a few feet of gaining at least a draw
Chiswick 1st XV have been awarded a home draw for the semi-final of the RFU Intermediate Cup, London and South East Division.
The match will be played on Saturday 14th February against the winners of the rescheduled quarter-final match between Crowborough and London Cornish.
Norwich 17 – Chiswick 35
Having previously been defeated in the semi-finals of the Intermediate Cup by a team they should have beaten, Chiswick were fired up for this match.
Staines 10 – Chiswick 8
A blood red sunset was the final and fitting panoramic backdrop to a titanic struggle between two well-matched teams, the result knocking Chiswick off second spot in the League table.
Chiswick 36 – St Albans 24
For most of this match the talented Chiswick back division was in charge, absorbing another change, this time caused by fatherhood, Jon Gibson now being a Dad, and always dangerous when given half a chance to attack.
Old Merchant Taylors 15 Chiswick 23
The magnificent ground conditions at Sandy Lodge, and the super lunch served at table in the splendid new Clubhouse, were not matched in quality by the rugby offering provided.
Chiswick 1st XV have drawn Old Merchant Taylors (OMTs) at home. The match will be played on the 24th January 2015.
Hemel Hempstead 12 Chiswick 34
After the debacle of a missing referee, this match which should have been a Chiswick home fixture was ordered to be played at Hemel Hempstead, on an International day
H.A.C. 20 Chiswick 27
Having beaten the top three teams in London 2 North West, Chiswick were hard pressed in the end to beat the team now one behind them.
Old Haberdashers 23 Chiswick 10
In a turn-up for the books, Chiswick, having lost one match, versus Old Haberdashers, having won one, resulted in a comprehensive and well-deserved victory for the home team.
The annual Bonfire Night will be held on Saturday 1st November from 5.30pm following the day’s fixtures. This is a great event which we are hoping to get really behind this year, so please support and we actively encourage you to bring down friends and WAGS for the evening!