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2 February 2016
Preston Grasshoppers have recorded a fantastic unbeaten start to 2016.
Starting off on 2nd January with a 22 – 22 draw away at Sale FC, hoppers then went away to Caldy on 16th and got another draw 13-13! Back to back draws are unusual but provided valuable away points.
On 23rd January hoppers stepped up a gear and beat second in the league Stourbridge 29-18 to record a very impressive win. This game was sponsored by our clients Affinity Packaging of whom CEO Chris Dew is father of player coach Garth Dew.
To round of a great January hoppers played Broadstreet on 30th and recorded a bonus point 31 – 13 home win.
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