St Ives 2nds narrowly won away to Shelford V 19-17 to stay top of their table while the Bulls 1st XV completed a ten try rout to beat Stewarts & Lloyds 68 – 5. With three matches left this season, the Bulls remain 9 points behind second place Market Harborough.
St Ives have to play their nearest three rivals whilst Market Harborough’s remaining fixtures are against teams in the lower half of the league. This doesn’t bode well for promotion and the Bulls need to be at their best to win their remaining games in the hope that Market Harborough slip up. Ironically it could be the Bulls local rivals, and bottom of the table, Huntingdon Stags who could help as they are hosting Market Harborough this Saturday and are in desperate need of a win.