Taunton Titans slip a place after Shelford postponement
Taunton Titans slipped another place in National Two South after their home game against Shelford was postponed because of a waterlogged pitch.
With Hyde Park under water only a fortnight ago, there was little chance of the game being played following torrential rain on the morning of the match.
It means Taunton are now third from bottom, although they have a game in hand on teams around them.
Former England Under 18 scrum-half Joey Bartlett, on loan from Plymouth Albion, had been expected to make his first full appearance.
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Meanwhile Charlie Walker-Blair, one of the unluckiest rugby players in the West Country, is set to make a playing comeback.
The powerful 24-year-old wing turned back rower, who has suffered two serious knee injuries, has been back in training with two of his former clubs Taunton and Minehead Barbarians.
The 6ft 4in Walker-Blair was released by Exeter Chiefs last May, having suffered another injury which curtailed his appearances. He was also registered with Cornish Pirates.