With Lichfield now slowly building a bit of confidence, the Myrtle Greens will go in search of their third win on the bounce and look to keep the momentum of their season going when they face Broadstreet RFC this Saturday (5th November).

     Broadstreet RFC endured a difficult 2015/16 season as they got relegated from National League 2 North and have had a steady start to life this season in National League 3 Midlands where they have won 4 and lost 4 of their opening 8 league games and currently lie 7th in the table.

     The Myrtle Greens will be strongly boosted by some away support so, if you can attend the Lichfield Men’s 1st XV team this coming Saturday (5th November), kick-off is 2.15pm at Broadstreet RFC who play at The Ivor Preece Centre, 105 Rugby Road, Binley Woods, Coventry, Warwickshire, CV3 2AY.

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