When locldown brought an end to rugby, it hit the players hard. They were playing well and climbing the National 2 North table with every win. But not being able to play was difficult and Liam Regardsoe said it took a while to get used to it. Now, rugby has returned, and Hull are off to a flying start with three wins from four and Regardsoe is delighted to be back on the pitch.
“Lockdown was tough, but we were still training during it so that keep the togetherness of the squad,” Regardsoe said.
“When we did manage to get together, that kept us sane because it was hard isolating and being on our own.
“I live for rugby and it’s great to be back playing and winning too and seeing so many happy faces.
“This is a family club and you can’t ask any more than that.
“Winning is always the icing on the cake.
“We were looking at the first four games as a bit of a pre-season for us because we had so much time off because of Covid.
“To start with three wins from four is a really good start and it could have been four wins from four had we not lost to Stourbridge on the last play.
“But I think we still have more levels to push on to from where we are now.”