Yel­low cards en­sured A&C ‘played into Tring’s hands’

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home clash with Chelms­ford all the more cru­cial and Wil­liams is ex­pect­ing a far tougher en­counter than the 59-10 romp over in Es­sex in early Novem­ber.

“Chelms­ford had a guy sent off early in that game, so this will be a dif­fer­ent match,” he added.

“They also had in­juries to key play­ers at that stage, where now those peo­ple are play­ing week in week out.

“They have a very ex­pe­ri­enced set of for­wards, many of whom played for Southend in Na­tional South early in their ca­reers, and they need points for dif­fer­ent rea­sons be­cause they are down to­wards the bot­tom.

“So we have got to put in a per­for­mance and we know if we do that we are good enough to beat any­one.”

Mean­while, Bea­cons­field’s own pro­mo­tion hopes were dealt a blow when they lost 15-10 at Buckingham and slipped to fourth in South­ern Coun­ties North.

They host Drifters, who are still not safe from rel­e­ga­tion fol­low­ing a 50-0 maul­ing at Ayles­bury, in a derby bat­tle on Satur­day.

Andy Fluker had a poor kick­ing day for

Amer­sham & Chiltern at Tring

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