Fakenham U16's 15 – 5 Southwold U16's

Fakenham U 16's travelled to Lakenham Hewitt RFC ground for a match against Southwold (the fixture was originally planned as a neutral venue for a three way game with Bury St Edmunds as well, but they unfortunately had to cancel), who we had not played in 15 a side for 5 years. Travelling with only 15 players, due to other commitments, Fakenham got off to a great start, kitted out with their new Jewson's sponsored shirts, with Henry scoring a try very early on which definitely put Southwold on the back foot. Undeterred, Southwold kept up the pressure in an evenly contested game but were unable to score in the first half due to a combination of handling errors and good defensive work from Fakenham.
The second half started with a try by Frostie following a quickly

Fakenham 14 Norwich Medics 36

Fakenham had a pre match luncheon sponsored by the local branch of Jewson builder's merchants before this EC2 league match. A match ball was presented to Joe Bane-Young the Fakenham first team captain by Jewson representatives to use for the game followed by a presentation of new shirts to the Under 16 team received by Lloyd Marshall. The players and the club would like to thank Jewson's for their valuable support.
After their heroics of last weeks' game Fakenham started this game in a very uncharacteristic fashion being sluggish and slow to react to the visitors attacks. This clash was a mid table clash and should have been a close affair but Fakenham found themselves a penalty

Felixtowe 1st v Fakenham 1st

Felixstowe 35 Fakenham 28 – Eastern Counties 2

Fakenham travelled to Felixtowe in good spirits despite only having thirteen men for this EC2 game because of an unprecedented amount of unavailability and injuries.
The game started with Fakenham on top and pressing the game which seemed took Felixstowe by surprise and they found themselves defending against the team with the fewer players. Fakenham took full advantage with Tom Bane-Young forcing his way through the Felixstowe defence to score under

Foxes v Hitchen

Foxes 21 Hitchen 31

The Foxes finally kicked off their season with their first match against Hitchin. Despite lacking in numbers the Foxes were full of energy and enthusiasm and Sunday's team included 2 new players making their Foxes debut. The Foxes started well, launching an intense attack on the opposition, remaining in their half for the first 15 minutes. Unfortunately the Foxes failed to capitalise so the first try came from Hitchin who were eventually able to break away and make good use of the pace they had on the wing. One try led to another despite some strong defence by the Foxes so by the end of the first half the score sat at 0-17.