Tabard get set for derby clash on opening day of season

PUBLISHED: 08:54 09 June 2016

Tabard and Welwyn will lock horns again this season. Picture: DANNY LOO

Tabard and Welwyn will lock horns again this season. Picture: DANNY LOO


Tabard Rugby Club will lock horns with local rivals Old Haberdashers on the opening day of the new London North West Two season.

Habs travel to Cobden Hill on September 10.

Harrow, relegated from London One North last year, will provide the first road trip of the year on September 17.

The first ‘Herts Ad derby’ sees Tabard travel to Harpenden on December 10.

And Luton-based Stockwood Park, who have moved across from the Midlands Leagues, will be the hosts on October 1.

They end the campaign with two away fixtures at Harpenden and Old Habadashers.

Their final home game sees them face Enfield Ignatians on March 25.

Tabard fixtures - 2016/2017

10/09/2016 Old Haberdashers H

17/09/2016 Harrow A

24/09/2016 Hampstead H

01/10/2016 Stockwood Park A

08/10/2016 Welwyn H

22/10/2016 Hammersmith & Fulham A

29/10/2016 HAC H

05/11/2016 Belsize Park A

19/11/2016 London Nigerian H

26/11/2016 Enfield Ignatians A

10/12/2016 Harpenden H

17/12/2016 Harrow H

07/01/2017 Hampstead A

14/01/2017 Stockwood Park H

28/01/2017 Welwyn A

11/02/2017 Hammersmith & Fulham H

18/02/2017 HAC A

04/03/2017 Belsize Park H

11/03/2017 London Nigerian A

25/03/2017 Enfield Ignatians H

01/04/2017 Harpenden A

08/04/2017 Old Haberdashers A

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