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Flags: Milton Keynes 2 – 11 Brighton Panthers

Milton Keynes’ cup run came to an end on Saturday at the hands of the Brighton Panthers who travelled up from the south coast and done a number on us. The difference, and the signature of our season, was the

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League: Reading Wildcats 2’s 10 – 8 Milton Keynes

Milton Keynes let this winnable game slip away through lots of small individual errors that collectively made the difference. For every great play, including two potential goals of the season from man-of-the-match Matt Sawyer, someone would make a basic error

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League: East Grinstead ‘A’ 12 – 7 Milton Keynes

Not the best first competitive game of 2018 for Milton Keynes. Always trailing and making too many basic errors, gifting the ball back to EG way too many times, The shots stats say it all. EG had at least 40

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Mid-Season East Div 2 Table 2017-18

With Christmas next week, and SEMLA league games restarting for MK on Saturday 13th January, the East Division Two league table looks like this; See the official league tables. # Team Pld Pts 1 Brighton Panthers 8 29 2 Buckhurst

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League: London University 14 – 7 Milton Keynes + Xmas Social

Another game of two halves for Milton Keynes. Lost the first half 10-2. Won the 2nd half 5-4. What was the difference? Tactics. London had two very handy players in their attack, #98 and #99 with #99 scoring 6 goals

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League: Brighton Panthers 18 – 5 Milton Keynes

The longest road game of the season saw 11 men of Milton Keynes travel down to the University of Brighton campus in Eastbourne to face a massive 19-man squad of the Panthers comprising of their usual experienced players plus loads

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Flags: Reading 2’s 5 – 7 Milton Keynes

MK progress through to the next round of the Flags (cup) competition with victory down at Reading and now face Brighton Panthers in MK on Saturday 3rd February 2018. Lots of leagues games before now and then including going to

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League: Guildford 12 – 6 Milton Keynes

Milton Keynes travelled to Guildford for their next league game two weeks since the last due a bye in the cup last week. MK travelled with 10 regular players but picked up two defence players from Brunel (Hugh and  Christian)

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League: Milton Keynes 10 – 3 Reading Wildcats 2’s

A true team performance was rewarded with the first win of the season for Milton Keynes following two losses and a draw last Saturday. Keeping the lacrosse goals in position on a windy day at Stantonbury was the first challenge.

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League: Milton Keynes 7 – 7 East Grinstead A

MK snap their 2-game losing streak with a hard fought draw against EG ‘A’ who have now drawn their three opening games. Our American friends may look in disbelief at the British desire to allow drawn games but it makes

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