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London Raiders Recap: Invicta & Oxford

PUBLISHED: 18:00 24 October 2016

London Raiders forward Jacob Ranson lets fly (pic John Scott)

London Raiders forward Jacob Ranson lets fly (pic John Scott)

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London Raiders forward Jacob Ranson reflects on week 5 action

It was a weekend of mixed fortunes for London Raiders in their latest National League outings.

JJ Pitchley hit a hat-trick to lead the way in a 10-5 cup win over Invicta at Lee Valley on Saturday, when the team wore pink shirts to support the Breast Cancer Now charity.

But Raiders were left seeing Stars as they were brought down to earth in Oxford the following night, falling to a 9-3 defeat in the league.

Raiders forward Jacob Ranson looks back over the weekend’s action in his latest vlog for Archant London.

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