The belated cold snap and subsequent cancellation of games has had a concertina effect on the National One run in which has now been transformed from a series of short, sharp bursts of fixtures with several gap weeks, to a single slog to the bitter end.Read
Worcester return to the scene of the sublime at Sale tomorrow while Moseley must be salivating at the prospect of facing Bristol on Sunday, opponents against whom they have had considerable joy in recent seasons.Read
Stuart Lancaster celebrated the only try of last weekend’s Calcutta Cup match with such reckless abandon he smacked his hand straight into the booth ceiling and suffered a cut finger that required a couple of stitches.Read
Anger in Blackheath, bemusement against Bees, belated pride at Fylde and just the empty feeling of disappointment at home to Ealing. Stourbridge’s emotional rollercoaster plumbed a familiar depth on Saturday.Read
Brian has been Birmingham Post's rugby union correspondent for the last three years and also writes on a wide range of topics including tennis, athletics and football. In 2006 he was named Midlands Sports Journalist of the Year and he has also been recognised by the Warwickshire Lawn Tennis Association.