South London Storm - Club History - 2011 - Season's Record

Season's Record

First Grade

Rugby League Conference Premier South

  • 30/04/11 South London Storm 26 St Albans Centurions 32
  • 07/05/11 Eastern Rhinos 46 South London Storm 14
  • 14/05/11 West London Sharks 28 South London Storm 18
  • 21/05/11 Hainault Bulldogs 14 South London Storm 40
  • 04/06/11 Hammersmith Hill Hoists 30 South London Storm 6
  • 11/06/11 St Albans Centurions 46 South London Storm 10
  • 28/06/11 South London Storm 22 Eastern Rhinos 32 (@ St Albans)
  • 25/06/11 South London Storm 24 West London Sharks 22
  • 02/07/11 South London Storm 32 London Skolars 18
  • 09/07/11 South London Storm 18 Hammersmith Hill Hoists 62
  • 16/07/11 South London Storm 24 Eastern Rhinos 42
  • 23/07/11 South London Storm 20 West London Sharks 22
  • 30/07/11 Hammersmith Hill Hoists vs South London Storm
Pld W D L F A
Home 6 2 0 4 144 196
Away 5 1 0 4 88 164
Neutral 1 0 0 1 22 32

Second Grade

London League

  • 07/05/11 London Skolars 'A' 56 South London Storm 16
  • 21/05/11 Phantoms RL 4 South London Storm 70
  • 04/06/11 Hammersmith Hill Hoists 'A' 60 South London Storm 20
  • 18/06/11 St Albans Centurions 'A' 24 South London Storm 10
  • 18/06/11 Bedford Tigers 'A' 16 South London Storm 10 (@ St Albans)
  • 25/06/11 South London Storm 0 Mudchute Uncles 28
  • 09/07/11 South London Storm 18 Hammersmith Hill Hoists 'A' 36
  • 16/07/11 South London Storm vs Hemel Stags 'A'
  • 23/07/11 South London Storm vs Greenwich Admirals 'A'
  • 30/07/11 Hammersmith Hill Hoists 'A' vs South London Storm
Pld W D L F A
Home 2 0 0 2 18 64
Away 4 1 0 3 116 144
Neutral 1 0 0 1 10 16

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