National League Rugby Review Show: Key games announced for September
The National League Rugby Review Show will be present at four key games across our three divisions in September – opening up with a huge clash between Plymouth Albion and Rosslyn Park.
National League Rugby has announced the four key games for The National League Rugby Review Show in September.
Our new highlights show, which will be available to watch on Sundays from 6pm after every round, aims to bring you the most comprehensive coverage of National One and National Two.
Host and commentator Warren Muggleton will be joined by a pundit each week at a different ground across the country as part of our key game schedule.
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Brickfields is our first destination as Plymouth Albion and Rosslyn Park meet in a tasty-looking clash on September 4th, before our team head to the Midlands to see newly promoted sides Bournville and Harrogate in action in National Two North.
In Round Three, our attention turns to National Two South with Canterbury taking on Worthing Raiders before we round off a blockbuster month by visiting Berkshire as Rams RFC face Leeds Tykes.
During every round, we will also be focusing on featured games from each remaining league with extended highlights + a full round up of the rest of the weekend’s action.
Here is the list of our confirmed key games for September and our first round of featured games…
Key Game: Plymouth Albion v Rosslyn Park
Featured Games: Chester v Hull Ionians & Henley Hawks v Old Albanian
Key Game: Bournville v Harrogate
Key Game: Canterbury v Worthing Raiders
Key Game: Rams RFC v Leeds Tykes
Our featured games for the rest of the month will be announced in due course
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