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Rugbys Alex Tanner grapples with Old Leamingtonians Tom Eales. Picture: Morris Troughton

Old Leamingtonians’ perfect start comes to an end

Old Leamingtonians’ 100 per cent start to the season ended with a 20-12 home defeat to newly promoted Rugby Lions, who claimed their first win of the campaign in the process.

Alex Selby searches out an opening during Kenilworths Midlands One West defeat at Stratford. Picture: Willie Whitesmith

Stratford 35 Kenilworth 9: Under-strength Ks are found wanting at Stratford

Kenilworth’s express start to the season came to a shuddering halt at Loxley Road as a depleted side were overpowered by a strong Stratford performance, writes Ralph Murray.

Leamingtons Gareth Shuttleworth and Dale Glover link up against Earlsdon. Picture: Gina Ruyssevelt

Earlsdon 53 Leamington 3: Glover penalty staves off whitewash at Earlsdon

Leamington’s bright start to the season came to a shuddering halt at nearby Earlsdon, as the hosts hit them with an eight-try barrage.

Leamington flood forward on their way to a convincing victory at Droitwich. Picture: Gina Ruyssevelt

Droitwich 12 Leamington 32: Leamington make encouraging start to the season at Droitwich

A near flawless display in their opening fixture earned Leamington maximum points from a club where their fortunes have been mixed in recent years.

Mikkel Andreson is taken out straight from a restart, resulting in a yellow card for the perpetrator. Picture submitted

Silhillians 23 Kenilworth 30: Thompson’s hat-trick haul helps Ks maintain impressive start

Kenilworth’s adventure was rewarded with a good away win, but as always with fixtures against Silhillians, the result was in the balance until the final minutes, writes Ralph Murray.

Gareth Renowden looks to slip a tackle during Kenilworth's opening-day win over Leek. Picture submitted

Kenilworth base opening-day victory around strong defence

Kenilworth got the 2015/16 campaign under way with a strong performance against a committed Leek team, writes Ralph Murray.

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