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VIDEO: Captain urges Bury RFC to find their fighting spirit

Bury St Edmunds Rugby Club captain Josh Walker has called on his side to fight for their right to remain in National League Two South after the club were left looking over their shoulder following a fourth straight defeat.

Speaking immediately after the 34-24 loss at home to Taunton on Saturday, Walker was asked his feelings about Bury’s current predicament, as they sit just two places and three points above the drop zone, and what was needed to ease their relegation fears ahead of a trip to ninth-placed Worthing on Saturday.

RALLYING CALL: Bury St Edmunds RFC captain Josh Walker
RALLYING CALL: Bury St Edmunds RFC captain Josh Walker


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