Saints still looking for first win

PUBLISHED: 10:34 01 October 2009 | UPDATED: 14:30 06 May 2010

London League Two NW St Albans 19 Imperial Medicals 45 ST ALBANS suffered their third straight defeat of the season losing out to Imperial Medicals at Boggymead Springs. James Sharples was the Saints tormenter-in-chief scoring three of the Medicals seve

London League Two NW

St Albans 19

Imperial Medicals 45

ST ALBANS suffered their third straight defeat of the season losing out to Imperial Medicals at Boggymead Springs.

James Sharples was the Saints' tormenter-in-chief scoring three of the Medicals' seven tries with centre Dan Neville converting five of them.

St Albans are away at Braintree this weekend in the EDF Energy Cup before returning to league action next weekend with the visit of local rivals Tabard.

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