The National League season has unfortunately been cut short due to the coronavirus outbreak and quite rightly, rugby has paled into insignificance during this difficult time.

However, that doesn’t mean we can’t reflect on another wonderful term in tiers three and four of English rugby where, once again, we were treated to great entertainment and high drama.

On, we are aiming to bring you the most memorable moments from each club’s campaign and we begin with Cambridge.

Director of Rugby Richie Williams chose the Blood and Sand’s quite outstanding defensive effort against Cinderford which saw Cambridge clinch an 8-3 victory at the beginning of January.

Williams: “For us, it was the win down at Cinderford in the 1st game after Christmas. Defending on our own try line with 13 players for the last 7 or 8 mins.”

Talisman and fly-half Ben Penfold selected the club’s superb 45-10 win over Birmingham Moseley – on the key results which led to Cambridge finishing the term in ninth place.

Penfold: “I think Moseley away was a huge game for us, we put 30-odd points on them and that was the start of our changing perception.

“We’d do really well in the first half and then die off in the last 20-25 minutes. That week, the prep was all about how we would react to that and how we were going to change and then we ended up putting in three or four tries in that second half alone, so I think that was a key moment for the team.”