Bonus points could still prove vital as victory is snatched from St Albans’ grasp by Stevenage Town

PUBLISHED: 17:00 30 March 2018

St Albans' George Elliott scored and then converted a try against Stevenage Town. 
Picture: KARYN HADDON

St Albans' George Elliott scored and then converted a try against Stevenage Town. Picture: KARYN HADDON

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St Albans saw what would have been a huge victory in their battle to beat the drop from London North West Three snatched away from them by Stevenage Town inside the last 10 minutes.

Joe Shaw in action for St Albans.


 Picture: Karyn HaddonJoe Shaw in action for St Albans. Picture: Karyn Haddon

The 26-22 reverse leaves them four points above the drop zone, with Cheshunt below them having a game in hand, although the two bonus points secured at North Road could yet prove crucial.

Joe Shaw in action for St Albans.


 Picture: Karyn HaddonJoe Shaw in action for St Albans. Picture: Karyn Haddon

Saints made high-flying Town fight all the way and after conceding the opening try, Brent Lemiere scored their first and Adam Jasinski put them in front.

St Albans look to stop Scott Quarmly of Stevenage Town.


 Picture: Karyn HaddonSt Albans look to stop Scott Quarmly of Stevenage Town. Picture: Karyn Haddon

Things switched round again by half-time as Town scored two more tries, one converted,

St Albans defend in numbers against Stevenage Town. Picture: Karyn HaddonSt Albans defend in numbers against Stevenage Town. Picture: Karyn Haddon

But George Elliott scored and converted a try to drag Saints to within two points and when Jasinski ran in an interception for the fourth try, victory was in sight.

It was not to be though and St Albans destiny could now rest on their last game of the season, away to rivals Cheshunt on April 14.

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