05:30PM, Thursday 21 March 2019
With the rugby season heading into its final few weeks, it is the perfect opportunity to look at where everyone lies ahead of what is set to be a busy weekend of rugby.
Windsor are in pole position heading into the final three league games of the season and are a shoe in to claim the Wadworth 6X Southern Counties North of South West Division title.
They sit 11 points clear of closest rivals Buckingham heading into Saturday’s match against Wallingford.
The leaders then face a tricky test against third placed Marlow in their penultimate game before rounding off their season against Aylesbury at home on April 13.
Marlow have four league games remaining, starting with Littlemore this weekend. Littlemore gave Windsor a walkover victory before last week's break and so Marlow will be hoping to pick up a big victory as they look to keep pace with Buckingham.
They round off their season with matches against Windsor (April 6), Reading (April 13) and High Wycombe away on April 20.
Slough will be playing for pride as they sit second from bottom with a 12 point gap separating themselves from High Wycombe above them. It is not impossible for the Greenies to overtake their final opponents of the season, but it would require big wins in their final three games. They face Bicester this weekend before hosting Buckingham on April 6 and travelling to Wycombe on April 13.
Elsewhere Drifters are in action at Milton Keynes in the BB&O Premier Division while Phoenix go to Chipping Norton in the BB&O Championship.
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