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No Dogs Allowed

Please be aware that there is a strict no dogs policy at Diss - please respect this and leave your dogs either at home or in the car. There are numerous signs around the club advising visitors Thank you

History of Diss RUFC (5 pages)

In February 1958 a small band of enthusiasts met in the Two Brewers at Diss, under the Chairmanship of Rev Kenyon, to discuss the possible formation of a Rugby Club. Some had found the trek to Norwich for a home game too far, others had not played for ye

Membership (7 pages)

If you would like to join the club as a Vixen, please complete the form below and return to Sue in the office

Safeguarding/Discipline (3 pages)

DISS RUGBY FOOTBALL CLUB LTD SAFEGUARDING CHILDREN AND VULNERABLE ADULTS POLICY 1.The club acknowledges its responsibility to safeguard the welfare of all children and vulnerable adults involved in the club from harm. 2.The club confirms tha

Newsletters (4 pages)

Please find below the latest newsletter from Diss Rugby Club.

Historical Officers (3 pages)

PAST CLUB PRESIDENTS: 1958-1959 Rev L O Kenyon MA 1959-1960 W C Moorcroft 1960-1961 O T Pink 1961-1962 B Turner 1962-1963 A H Haynes 1963-1964 Rear Admiral A H Taylor CB OBE 1964-1965 J M Bowling 1965-1966 J Alston 1966-1968 E Owen 1968-1969

Good Causes & Charities (1 page)

HELP FOR HEROES Diss Rugby supports the charity Help for Heroes, a charity for the wounded in Britain's current conflicts: "It’s about the blokes, our men and women of the Armed Forces. It’s about Derek,

Sponsor the Club (6 pages)

Player Sponsorship The cost for the 2015/16 season is £250 per player and is open for all senior players of Colts age and above. Sponsorship is open to both companies and individuals alike. THE DEAL •The sponsor will get their name, and com

Club Shop

We now have an online club shop, please visit the link below to make a purchase

150 Club (2 pages)

The 150 Club is proving to be a most popular and beneficial enterprise. with approximately 150 members so far this season. With this number the Rugby Club, benefits to the tune of £16000 per year. The money generated goes into a separate account an

Code of Conduct (2 pages)

Code of Conduct (A) THE GOOD COACHES' CODE Coaches of players should: (a) Recognise the importance of fun and enjoyment when coaching players. (b) Understand that most learning is achieved through doing. (c) Appreciate the needs of the players before

Fundraising (2 pages)

CLUBHOUSE BUILD - AN UPDATE ON THE STATUS OF FUNDRAISING ETC Please see the Club Documents Section for an article regarding the build:

Referees (1 page)


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