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Ever since the founding of the mighty blue, white and magentas in 1923, countless lovers of the odd-shaped ball have experienced much pleasure (and some pain) representing OHRFC at the Fortress Croxdale Road. Read More…

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OH1XV 15 v 8 Hammersmith and Fulham, Saturday 28 March 2015

Posted by nickjones on Apr 10, 2015

The 1st XV played extremely well to win 8 – 15 away at Hammersmith & Fulham who had been 2nd in the league before Saturday’s results. The last 5 minutes with OH down to 13 men due to yellow cards saw a herculean defensive effort to keep the opposition from...

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OH1XV 90 v 7 Staines, Saturday 21 March 2015

Posted by nickjones on Mar 23, 2015

When all eyes were on the 6 nations (rightly so) many failed to notice the most impressive result of the weekend – Habs putting 90 points on Staines.  I wasnt there, but assume that most people scored.  Well done lads. With Chiswick drawing, and Hammersmith...

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OH1XV 22 v 0 St Albans, Saturday 28 February 2015

Posted by nickjones on Mar 2, 2015

Habs got another win on the board with a clinical bonus point victory over St Albans, making it five in a row. Try of the match from Twitch, apparently.

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OH1XV 35 v 3 HAC, Saturday 07 February 2015

Posted by nickjones on Feb 9, 2015

A common theme, this time HAC were on the receiving end of Habs turn of  form since the early part of the season.  Habs should have beaten HAC away in October, but missed the last kick of the game to win it.  But that performance was the catalyst for the change in...

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OH1XV 51 v 5 Hemel Hempstead, Saturday 31 January 2015

Posted by nickjones on Feb 9, 2015

Habs won comfortably away at Hemel, with new dad Seb Taylor celebrating with a hat-trick.

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OH1XV 16 v 3 Old Merchant Taylors, Saturday 17 January 2015

Posted by nickjones on Feb 9, 2015

Habs avenge the earlier away defeat to recover from previous weeks narrow loss to Harrow.

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