Avonmouth make a number of changes due to injuries and availabilities from last week’s opening game at Redingensians Rams. Full back Andy Taylor moves to the centre as Billy Reynolds shifts from wing to 15. 18 year old debutant Josh Krupa makes his first appearance for the first xv with a start in the 11 jersey. Fly half Matt Belbin will be out of action for a month with a foot injury. Joe Wearne takes the 10 shirt. Second row Curtis comes into the starting line up after not featuring last weekend due to work commitments. Mike Gaston is now available again after his Rugby league commitments are now over and starts on the opposite wing to Krupa.
to see the Avonmouth squad.
Amersham and Chiltern RFC has a long history of providing a warm welcome and great rugby for all ages, from its early roots in 1924 to the present day, thousands of players have been proud to wear the distinctive Claret and White colours of the club.
They have four senior sides. The 1st XV were promoted for the third successive season this time to National League 3 South West, a level 5 league; the Saxons (2nd XV) have transferred across to The Shield (formally known as The Canterbury Shield), which is seen to represent level 6/7 rugby for non-first teams; the 3rd XV will work as a development squad for their 1st and Saxon XV and will compete in the Berks, Bucks and Oxon 3 league and their 4th XV will continue to compete in the Herts and Middlesex Merit Table this year.
The Juniors and Minis are one the best organised and successful groups in the county, from Tag at under 6, all the way through the RFU continuum to Under 12, and through Junior rugby up to Colts.
Both squads will be online approx 10pm this evening.
Most recent result:-
Weston-super-mare 58 Vs 10 Amersham & Chiltern
(PICTURED BELOW IS DEBUTANT JOSH KRUPA)