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Andover 5 Warlingham 37
It was a bad day at the office for Andover at the Goodship ground last Saturday, as a strong Warlingham side ran out comfortable winners.
The visitors were sharper and more organised than a strangely lethargic Andover, who for the first time this season didn't look capable of getting anything from the game.
Teddington 27 Andover 40
A perfect eight from eight kicks, gave centre Charlie Waite a personal twenty point haul at Teddington last Saturday, and along with some awesome scrummaging, this proved to be the decisive factor in a superb bonus point win on the road for the 'All Blacks'. Oakwood sponsored Andover made the long journey to West London, with a much changed side, in what was billed as a must win game for Teddington, who were in the relegation zone, whilst Andover looked to consolidate their own mid table position. Andover began superbly with Jack Cooper putting in a smashing tackle from the kick off as Andover set out their stall. From a resultant scrum penalty, Callum Farr went quickly and fed winger Charlie Deavall who finished neatly after just two minutes. Waite converted from wide out and just ten minutes later was on target again from an excellent long range penalty, as Andover turned the screw at the scrum.
Andover 18 Old Whitgiftian 15
In another tense encounter, Oakwood sponsored Andover took the spoils at the Goodship ground last Saturday, but once again not before being forced to come from behind.
Andover do not make it easy for themselves at the moment, as despite having the lion’s share of possession they once again spurned chance after chance to put themselves out of sight.
Trojans 36 Andover 29
It was a case of deja vous for Oakwood sponsored Andover, as not for the first time this season they enjoyed the lions share of possession, scored a number of good tries but still lost narrowly in a game they probably should have won.
It was not all doom and gloom though, as Andover secured two bonus points playing some thrilling rugby at times and with new signing James Smith grabbing a hat trick of tries the green shoots of recovery were there for all to see.
Andover 26 Portsmouth 22
Oakwood sponsored Andover finally got their season up and running with a hard- fought win over Petersfield at the Goodship ground last Saturday.
Andover once again made it hard for themselves by conceding a couple of easily preventable scores but stuck to their game plan and eventually wore the visitors down.
Winchester 48 Andover 22
Oakwood sponsored Andover made the short trip to local rivals Winchester last weekend and for the second week in a row were masters of their own downfall.
Young back rower Alex Arter saw red for punching in just the 16th minute to turn what was already a tough task into an impossible one.
Andover 22 Battersea Ironsides 36
There were high hopes for Oakwood sponsored Andover in their first home game of the new season, but they were brought down to earth with a bump by ambitious Ironsides.
The visitors made the trip from West London having finished fourth in this league last season and having strengthened to try and gain promotion this term.
Andover 13 Twickenham 50
Despite an improved performance for much of this game, Oakwood sponsored Andover once again were well beaten at home and are now firmly in the relegation zone of London South West Two.
In the end the high flying visitors had too much fire power for a brave home side, who ran out of steam in the final quarter.
Andover 7 Eastleigh 29
Oakwood sponsored Andover plunged back into the murky depths of a relegation battle last Saturday with a disappointing performance at home to fellow strugglers Eastleigh.
Although still in the driving seat to survive, Andover must now win at least one of their final three games to have any chance and on this form that will be a tall order.
Old Reigatians 71 Andover 7
Oakwood sponsored Andover made the long journey to promotion chasing Old Reigatian last Saturday and came away thoroughly beaten by the impressive home side.
Andover were a shadow of the side that famously avoided relegation on this ground last season and continued their topsy-turvey form of late.
G and F 20 Andover 24
High drama in an incredible last few minutes, saw Oakwood sponsored Andover complete the league double, over Hampshire rivals Gosport and Fareham away from home last weekend.
A large, noisy and very partisan home crowd was stunned into silence, as Andover kept their cool to score with the last play of the game and go a long way to protect their London South West Two status.
Andover 17 Effingham and Leatherhead 44
Injury and unavailability finally caught up with Oakwood sponsored Andover last weekend as they crashed to an alarming home defeat to fellow relegation battlers Effingham and Leatherhead.
Games between these two sides are normally fairly close affairs, but that was not to be the case this time as Andover were run ragged in a very disappointing first half.
Exiles 25 Andover 30
In a never say die display, Oakwood sponsored Andover grabbed a vital if unlikely five point win away to London Exiles last weekend.
Once again having to come from behind, a cobbled together Andover side produced a brilliant second half performance, to overcome their old rivals in atrocious conditions and once again it was the young 'All Blacks' who stole the headlines.
Andover 26 Old Tonbridgians 32
There was late drama last Saturday at the Goodship ground, as Oakwood sponsored Andover staged a comeback to snatch a lifeline in this London south west two encounter, thanks to the most unlikely of heroes.
With Andover kicker Harrison Pape off injured and no one else to kick, young flanker Finlay Waite, stepped up and struck two conversions, to give Andover a vital extra bonus point, having never kicked in a senior game before.
Camberley 75 Andover 7
The elation of Oakwood sponsored Andover's pre Christmas win over local rivals Winchester was quickly forgotten last weekend by a strong and well organised Camberley side.
Whilst the home side looked hungry, Andover had the appearance of a side who had enjoyed the break too much as they struggled to make any impact in the game.
Andover 17 Winchester 15
The young guns of Oakwood sponsored Andover delivered an early Christmas present for the watching Goodship faithful, beating local rivals Winchester in the league for the first time in twelve years and taking a massive step away from the London South West two relegation zone in the process.
Andover 10 KCS OB 17
A much improved performance from Oakwood sponsored Andover was still not enough to give them an elusive win at the Goodship ground last Saturday.
Andover had fourth placed visitors KCS on the rack for much of this game, but just could not provide the knock out blow and in the end had to settle for a losing bonus point.
Twickenham 61 Andover 10
A much changed Oakwood sponsored Andover made the journey to west London last weekend to face third placed Twickenham, who are much improved and flying high this season.
Injury and unavailability meant a number of significant changes for Andover, who gave league debuts to youngsters Charlie Deavall, Jack Cooper and Harrison Pape and had many players playing out of position.
Andover 7 Old Reigatian 50
It was a really poor day at the office for Oakwood sponsored Andover as they went down to a heavy home defeat to high flying Old Reigatian.
The visitors look nailed on for a top two spot and a shot at promotion, but in truth it was a woeful first half hour from Andover that must have had them rubbing their hands with glee, as they ran in six unanswered first half tries.
Eastleigh 25 Andover 13
The last time these two old rivals met in the league was three seasons ago, in a game that ended in a defeat for Andover that cost them the London South West three title.
On this occasion there was more at stake for the home side as they desperately needed to win to lift them away from the relegation zone and once again they proved too much for the ‘All Blacks.’
Andover 42 Gosport and Fareham 21
In a superb all-round display, Oakwood sponsored Andover overcame adversity and some tough uncompromising opponents, to run out comfortable winners over Gosport and Fareham at Foxcotte park last weekend.
With Gosport having been in higher divisions it has been many years since the Hampshire rivals met in the league, but after a shaky start, Andover swept the challenge of the South Coast club aside, to emphasise the improvement they have made in the last few seasons.
Effingham and Leatherhead 25 Andover 27
In a hard-fought game made even more difficult by the strong winds of Storm Brian, Oakwood sponsored Andover ground out a second away win of the season at Effingham and Leatherhead, gaining a try bonus point to boot.
In a tense affair Andover had to fight their way back from a 13-point deficit and survive a late scare from the home side, to secure a victory that looked improbable five minutes before half time.
Andover 23 London Exiles 21
In a close thrilling encounter, Oakwood sponsored Andover gained their first win over Exiles at the Goodship, after four years of trying.
These two sides always serve up real humdingers with their clashing styles and this was no different as the lead swung one way then the other.