THE Taunton Titans return to action in National League One this Saturday following a two-week break.


They will host Chinnor at Veritas Park on Saturday, November 4 for a 3pm kick off.

A large crowd is expected as the club host their annual Armed Forces Day event before the match and those with a valid armed forces card or veterans card can gain free entry to the game.

Taunton Titans remain in 12th spot but are back in touch with the pack having put in a strong performance last time out to defeat Rosslyn Park.

That was the Titans’ first league victory of the season and will now hopefully springboard them onto a run of form to push them higher up the league table.

Chinnor now lie in second place in the table with five wins from their seven games over recent weeks.

As is the same in every game at this level, it will be a stern test for Tony Yapp’s men but the Titans have every reason to believe in themselves having ignited their season last time out.

Last season Chinnor ended up three spots above the Titans in eighth place in the table and the Head Coach is Craig Hampson, the former Wasps scrum-half combining his coaching duties at Chinnor with representing leading Championship side, Ealing Trailfinders.

When the two teams last met at Chinnor’s Kingsey Road home in February, Titans took five league points with a 28-50 victory with tries for Mani Feyi-Waboso (2), Alex Spurdle, Alex Rodd, Sam Prior (2) and Jay Toogood.

The Match Sponsor for this game is RDA Insulation who are also sponsors for a number of the Titans players.

The Match Ball Sponsor is Civil Solutions who are long term supporters of Taunton RFC and again sponsor a number of players within the squad.

Get down to support your local rugby side as they look to continue an upward trend in the league this season.

Kick off is 3pm. Veritas Park.

Also in action this Saturday are the Taunton Warriors, refreshed from a weekend off, are also at home, playing Chew Valley 2nd XV.

Not to be out done by Titans whilst they were beating Rosslyn Park, they racked up over a hundred points on the adjacent pitch against St Bernadette’s Old Boys.