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Heathfield finished their league season and Head Coach Dave Jones steps down with a twelve try romp in sunny conditions.
Heathfield finally secured a five try bonus point away win against a committed home side who contributed fully to an entertaining contest.
Nine tries as Folkestone change tactics to overtake early Heathfield lead.
First half points just enough as Heathfield dogged defence just holds out
The current second placed team in the league lost to three tries to none as the home forward power eventually took its toll in an excellent contest.
A young Lewes team shocked the home side in the first half but Heathfield had too much physical power and eventually won comfortably.
Horsham eventually won this highly competitive contest which was both a London SE3 League game and a semi-final in the Sussex Bob Rogers Cup.
In near-freezing conditions Heathfield eventually secured a bonus point win over a doughty but limited visiting Park House team.
Heathfield win but denied a try bonus point by a committed and resilient home team who were unlucky not to gain a losing bonus point.
A good first half display followed by disappointing second half
In difficult conditions Heathfield eventually secured a seven tries to two win over Hastings.
Heathfield collected a convincing eight tries to one win over a game Uckfield team who could not contain the powerful visiting pack.
Heathfield continue to improve based on strong scrum and lineout
Heathfield eventually emerged as worthy winners at the end of a fluctuating game in which the lead changed hands several times.
Heathfield's best scrummaging of the season was not quite enough to gain a surprise win
Dartfordians deservedly won this match with an efficient performance while Heathfield can only rue their first half errors.
Heathfield eventually secured a bonus point away win but not before a young Lewes team had threatened to achieve a remarkable turnaround.
Promotion candidates Horsham were too efficient for a home side whose pack is still evolving.
Park House played the smarter rugby on the day and were deserved winners on a day sadly marked by a serious injury to the Heathfield captain.
Heathfield secured a comfortable five tries to two bonus point home win against a resilient Pulborough team.
The Exiles rolling maul proved to be the decisive weapon in an otherwise close game.
Heathfield secured a finally comfortable five tries to one win over a determined Hastings team.
Heathfield returned to winning ways after some worthy but losing contests and the second half performance gave particular pleasure to the coaches
Heathfield were put firmly in their place by a dogged and more determined Old Dunstonian side
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