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Kenilworth fly-half takes a tackle without the ball against Berkswell last Saturday.

Berkswell & Balsall 5 Kenilworth 15: Andreson steps up to preserve in-form Kenilworth’s fine run

Kenilworth made it six league wins from seven after getting the better of Berkswell in their derby clash at Honiley Road, writes Ralph Murray.

Recent acquisition Tatiana Cutts scored her maiden try for Old Leamingtonians Ladies in their win over Wellingborough. Picture: Tim Nunan

Old Leamingtonians 12 Old Laurentians 13: Old Leamingtonians gain bonus-point consolation

The hosts outscored Old Laurentians by two tries to one but went down to a single-point defeat thanks to two long-range penalties from visiting stand-off Dan O’Brien.

Bobby Thompson was at the heart of most of Kenilworths best moments. Pictures submitted

Kenilworth 41 Barkers Butts 10: Ks find their fizz with an exhibition of champagne rugby

Kenilworth continued their solid start to the season, exhibiting a real freedom and solid basics to see off a game Barkers side, writes Ralph Murray.

Leamingtons Tom Greevy takes on the Droitwich defence during Saturdays Midlands Two West (South) encounter. Picture: Gina Ruyssevelt

Leamingotn 26 Droitwich 20: Byrne shows a clean pair of heels as Leamington evade Droitwich’s grasp

In the battle of the Spa towns, it was Leamington who ultimately took the spoils ina nervy encounter.

Ed Hannam scored a crucial try as Kenilworth edged out Whitchurch.

Hickman conversion proves difference for Kenilworth

Kenilworth held on to claim a 17-16 victory at a sun-bathed Whitchurch, moving up to fourth in Midlands One West in the process.

Ed Hannam scored a crucial try as Kenilworth edged out Whitchurch.

Spirited Kenilworth hit back to win a topsy-turvy encounter

Midlands One West Kenilworth 20 Walsall 18

Action from Banbury Bulls against Leamington. Pictured, Alexander Gandy gets some unwanted tackling by Matt Patchin NNL-140928-172433009

Improved show is not enough as late show claims win

Midlands Two West (South) Banbury 28 Leamington 5

Jonny Cresswell goes on the charge for Kenilworth at Stratford. Picture submitted

Stratford 22 Kenilworth 14: Lacklustre Kenilworth suffer their first reverse at Stratford

Kenilworth’s winning start to the season came to an abrupt end at Loxley Lane where a lacklustre performance against a committed Stratford side saw them leave empty-handed, writes Ralph Murray.

Harburys Dan Taylor finds the referee barring his way. 
Pictures: Morris Troughton

Harbury 26 Southam 22: Harbury edge out derby rivals thanks to their superiority in the forwards

Harbury produced a big improvement on the previous week’s performance against Shipston with excellent ball handling and support play helping them edge out their derby rivals.

Jim Canning tests the Newbold defence during Old Leamingtonians 31-5 Midlands Two West defeat. Picture: Tim Nunan.

Newbold 31 Old Leamingtonians 5: One-sided scoreline fails to reflect OLs’ contribution as handling errors cost

Old Leamingtonians only had a well-taken try from winger Ryan Dee to show for an evenly contested game of rugby, with the final scoreline failing to reflect their commitment and chances created.

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