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Amersham & Chiltern keep up the pace

Amersham & Chiltern stayed joint top of the Berks, Bucks & Oxon Premier League after winning 46-31 against third-placed Broadmoor Staff, who were unbeaten at home for two years.

Amersham & Chiltern stayed joint top of the Berks, Bucks & Oxon Premier League after winning 46-31 against third-placed Broadmoor Staff, who were unbeaten at home for two years.

Neil Foster scored four tries, and the entire Chiltern pack tackled bravely for the whole 80 minutes, putting their bodies on the line whenever required.

 

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