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Welcome to 2012-13 (2 pages)

May I welcome all members, supporters, sponsors and patrons of the club to the start of this new exciting season. I would like to thank all the outgoing captains and vice captains for their efforts along with those retiring from 1st team rugby and wish

Contact (1 page)

Contact information for the club can be viewed on the Club Officials page of this website. Please use the link above to send a message to the webmaster.

Facilities (1 page)

Ashbourne RUFC uses pitches on the Recreation Ground and the Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School (QEGS) playing fields. Both of these locations can be accessed off Cokayne Avenue. The full address is: Ashbourne Recreaction Ground ('the Rec') Cokayne Avenue

100 Club (1 page)

The ‘100 Club’ is a fund raising club with a monthly draw. Although the Club has existed for a number of years and we have the draw at each monthly exec meeting, the numbers have been stagnant for quite a while. As a player, joining the 100 club

Club House (1 page)

The home of Ashbourne RUFC is the Ex-Serviceman's Club (aka the Legion) on the Market Place in the centre of the town. The address and contact details for the Legion are: 9 Market Place Ashbourne Derbyshire DE6 1EU Tel: (01335) 342079

Mini and Youth Registration Form (1 page)

Please print, complete and return to your coach or team manager with one passport sized photograph with your name and age group written on the reverse. Re-registration is required for U10, U13 and U16. Team coaches/managers should print the re-registr

Child Protection (3 pages)

ASHBOURNE RUGBY UNION FOOTBALL CLUB CHILD PROTECTION & WELFARE POLICY STATEMENT Introduction The junior section of Ashbourne RUFC runs as an independent unit within the club with its own officers responsible for running rugby for all age groups. This chil

Subscriptions (1 page)

Annual Subscriptions All payable by 29th September 2012 Playing members: £40 per annum seniors Juniors, unemployed etc £20 Non playing £20 per annum (The above subscription fee entitles you to be a member at the Ex-Servicemen’s Club)

Code of Conduct (3 pages)

Player code of conduct Play for enjoyment Play hard, but play fair Play by the laws of the game Be committed to your team – attend all practices and matches Never argue with the referee – control your temper at all times Be a good sport – a

History (3 pages)

The game was introduced to Ashbourne in 1931 by Major C. F. Ball, the newly appointed headmaster of Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School. Mr. K. W. (Peter) Wright, Past President, former Captain and life member of the Ashbourne R.F.C., former Match Secretary

Sponsor the Club (2 pages)

The club is always looking for more support. Sponsors of Ashbourne RUFC can display adverts in the club handbook, on players' shirt sleeves or in match programmes. Sponsors also qualify to apply for England international match tickets, of which to t

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