Bad day for Ludlow's leading football and rugby sides

LUDLOW have slipped to fourth place in Division Two of the West Midlands League after a 3-0 reverse at Shropshire rivals Newport Town.

And to complete a bad day for the town’s leading sides, the rugby club were hammered 38-5 at Midlands Two West (North) leaders Leek.

Clee Hill are within touching distance of leaders Harborne at the top of Midlands Four West (North) after hammering Greyhound 47-3.

And Cleobury Mortimer remain in contention, too, after beating Five Ways Old Edwardians 34-7.

Bishops Castle came out on top in the local derby with Tenbury with an 18-6 win.


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