Spalding are benefiting from consistent team selection, reckons 1st XVs vice captain
Spalding vice captain Will Shields believes that a consistent line-up is the secret behind his side's high-scoring exploits in Midlands Three East (South) over recent weeks.
The Elephants have won their last three matches at Memorial Field, against Queens, Daventry and St Neots respectively, by a combined score of 190-19.
Crowds at Memorial Field have seen Spalding score a total of 32 tries this month, a quarter of which were run in by Shields and player-coach Harry Sharman between them.
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