HENLEY HAWKS were edged out in a see-saw match against Dorking at Dry Leas on Saturday in a game that saw the lead change hands four times in the first 50 minutes and the result being in doubt until the dying seconds of the game.
HENLEY HAWKS got the New Year off to a flying start by showing the kind of form that has taken them to the top of the league as they scored 50 points against Lydney at Dry Leas on Saturday.
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