Sam Hallett on the charge against Newbury earlier this season. Photo: Paul Morgan
Newbury believe they can win at Braywick after having comfortably beaten Maidenhead 39-15 in October and because they are one of the last teams to have recorded a victory on the hosts' 3G pitch. This is according to Blues’ head coach Lee Goodall ahead of his struggling side’s visit on Saturday (ko 2.30pm).
Maidenhead 22 (15), Newbury 51 (10) Maidenhead’s historic 31-match unbeaten run at home in the league ended in unexpectedly dramatic fashion after they capitulated in the second half to Newbury Blues. Maids dominated possession and their scrum constantly overwhelmed that of the visitors in the first half, but some sloppy passing and blinkered decision-making meant they led by just five points at the break.
Myke Parrott wants Maidenhead to rediscover their attacking flair for the visit of rivals Newbury to Braywick on Saturday. Maids have a proud 31-game winning run in the league at home, and have trounced some teams with their attacking options, most notably putting 10 tries on Weston-Super-Mare and beating leaders Dings Crusaders. But recent performances against Lydney and Hornets have been more muted, although still ultimately successful.
I don't know if this is a reflection of different clubs' strengths in depths, or just one of those days, but while @NewburyRFC 1sts were trouncing @maidsrfc 1sts 51-22, Maids 2nds were thrashing Aylesbury 2nds 139-7 while Newbury 2nds were being thumped 76-5 to Henley 3rds.
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