AASE League: Round 3 Roundup – Newcomers secure their first win

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Wednesday was a huge day in the AASE League as Round 3 really saw things get shaken up with some very noteworthy results.


Ahead of the round it was already a sure thing that one side in each conference would lose their perfect record as in each conference there was a game between two sides yet to lose or draw. In the end though, there were far greater headlines that that.


The big headline of the day came from the Southern Conference and it was that newcomers City of Oxford College picked up their first ever AASE League victory. Even more impressive was that they did it against 2017 champions Exeter College, who started the game with a perfect two out of two record after impressive victories over SGS Filton College and Truro College. City of Oxford meanwhile had a bit of a rude awakening to AASE life with a heavy defeat to Hartpury College in their opener, however last week they stepped up well to tighten the gap to St Paul’s Catholic College, and this week clearly they moved up a level again for a first victory, a fantastic effort and the story of the AASE season to date.


Elsewhere in the Southern Conference Beechen Cliff, finalists last year, picked up their first win after they lost their first game last week. They beat Truro College 26-8, condemning the Cornishmen to a third defeat from their three games.


After a bye week last week Hartpury College were back in action this week, going head to head with fellow unbeaten side St Paul’s. As so often is the case with Hartpury, they did not skip a beat scoring 36 points and conceding none to keep their perfect record in tact.


The build up in the Northern Conference was to the head to head between the two sides with perfect win records so far, Oaklands College and Brooksby Melton College. A cracking game unfolded, and it was Brooksby Melton College that emerged with their perfect record still in tact, winning 39-26 away from home.


Elsewhere in the Northern Conference Myerscough College secured their first victory of the season, beating Stourport High School by an impressive 45-12 margin.


The third game in the Northern Conference saw Gosforth Academy pull out their full bag of tricks against Moulton College for a stunning 79-13 victory, making it two wins from two for them and a third tough defeat from three for Moulton.


Next week Bishop Burton return after their bye and face Moulton, while Gosforth travel to Brooksby Melton for what should be one of the games of the season so far, Oaklands meanwhile travel to Myerscough with Stourport having the bye week.


In the South City of Oxford, fresh from their win, host Beechen Cliff, with Hartpury College welcoming an Exeter College side that will be eager to bounce back well. SGS Filton College meanwhile return to action at Truro College with St Paul’s enjoying the bye.


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AASE Round 3 Results:



Gosforth Academy 79-13 Moulton College

Oaklands College 26-39 Brooksby Melton College

Stourport HS 12-45 Myerscough College

Bye: Bishop Burton College



Beechen Cliff 26-8 Truro College

Exeter College 14-39 City of Oxford College

St Paul’s Catholic College 0-36 Hartpury College

Bye: SGS Filton College


AASE Round 2 Results:



Bishop Burton College 18-24 Gosforth Academy

Brooksby Melton College 40-19 Stourport HS

Moulton College 0-43 Oaklands College

Bye: Myerscough College



City of Oxford College 12-27 St Paul’s Catholic College

SGS Filton College 28-5 Beechen Cliff

Truro College 15-35 Exeter College

Bye: Hartpury College


AASE Round 1 Results:



Myerscough College 3-27 Brooksby Melton College

Oaklands College 24-17 Bishop Burton College

Stourport HS 59-26 Moulton College

Bye: Gosforth Academy



Exeter College 19-12 SGS Filton College

Hartpury College 69-14 City of Oxford College

St Paul’s Catholic College 40-20 Truro College

Bye: Beechen Cliff


Remaining Fixtures:


Round 4 (25th September)



Brooksby Melton College v Gosforth Academy

Moulton College v Bishop Burton College

Myerscough College v Oaklands College

Bye: Stourport HS



City of Oxford College v Beechen Cliff

Hartpury College v Exeter College

Truro College v SGS Filton College

Bye: St Paul’s Catholic College


Round 5 (2nd October)



Bishop Burton College v Brooksby Melton College

Gosforth Academy v Myerscough College

Oaklands College v Stourport HS

Bye: Moulton College



Beechen Cliff v Hartpury College

Exeter College v St Paul’s Catholic College

SGS Filton College v City of Oxford College

Bye: Truro College


Round 6 (9th October)



Brooksby Melton College v Moulton College

Myerscough College v Bishop Burton College

Stourport HS v Gosforth Academy

Bye: Oaklands College



City of Oxford College v Truro College

Hartpury College v SGS Filton College

St Paul’s Catholic College v Beechen Cliff

Bye: Exeter College


Round 7 (16th October)



Bishop Burton College v Stourport HS

Gosforth Academy v Oaklands College

Moulton College v Myerscough College

Bye: Brooksby Melton College



Beechen Cliff v Exeter College

SGS Filton College v St Paul’s Catholic College

Truro College v Hartpury College

Bye: City of Oxford College

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