Head coach James Kerr is more than satisfied with the way Banbury Bulls are progressing but says the club will not become complacent.
Champions Banbury Lions duly rounded off their Warwickshire Second XV League campaign with a 25-12 victory at Leamington.
Banbury Bulls cemented a top six finish in the South West One East table with a final day victory over Witney.
Head coach James Kerr wants Banbury Bulls to make the most of their final 80 minutes of rugby.
Head coach James Kerr wanted his Banbury Bulls side to make club history and they duly obliged in Thursday’s Oxon Knockout Cup final.
Head coach James Kerr wants his side to make history in tonight’s (Thursday) Oxon Knockout Cup final.
It was not the way Banbury Bulls reckoned on warming-up for Thursday’s Oxon Knockout Cup final.
Banbury Bulls head coach James Kerr knows his side will face a Windsor side fighting for their lives on Saturday.
John Fox scored the late try which secured Banbury Bulls a share of the spoils with Swindon at Bodicote Park.
Head coach James Kerr will be looking for a positive response when Banbury Bulls entertain Swindon on Saturday.
Banbury Lions took another big step towards the Warwickshire Second XV League title with a comfortable 44-7 win against Old Laurentians at Bodicote Park.
Banbury Bulls started and finished well but need to do better bit in between if they are to get back to winning ways against Swindon on Saturday.