Vandals take first steps to recovery after floods

This Is Local London: Running in porridge: Vandals scrum-half John Clark, above, collects a pass from Adam Bullett in Saturday’s first match at Brownacres since the floods, right 	Picture: Stuart Amos Running in porridge: Vandals scrum-half John Clark, above, collects a pass from Adam Bullett in Saturday’s first match at Brownacres since the floods, right Picture: Stuart Amos

Weybridge Vandals captain Cassian Bramham-Law admitted ring rust was a factor as his side toiled hard to beat rock-bottom Teddington on Saturday.
 

The recent floods have left Vandals unable to train or play at Brownacres since the turn of the year and it showed as they overcame a 7-5 half-time deficit to beat their struggling visitors 29-7 at the weekend.
 

The win goes a long way to securing Weybridge’s London Division Two South West survival, while off the pitch the club has launched a fundraising drive to cover the costs of flood damage.

Vandals go to Effingham & Leatherhead on Saturday.

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