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Oxfordshire RFU Handbook (1 page)

Follow this link to view county hand book. http://oxfordshirerfu.pitchero.com/page/contacts/orfu-handbook-2013-14/2013-14-handbook-3647/

History (1 page)

The Gosford All Blacks were founded on May 15, 1956, taking their name from the touring New Zealand All Blacks of that season. When first founded, the club used the Gosford Hill School pitch and facilities. The Kings Arms, The Moors, became the headquart

Clubhouse (1 page)

The nicest rugby club house in Oxfordshire is the ideal place for watching Gosford play. It is also the home of Kidlington Cricket Club & Kidlington Running club.

Club Development (3 pages)

We are always looking for ways to further develop the club.You have any ideas how you think you can help, please contact the appropriate person below: Nick Jones - Chairman - nickjones@gosfordrugby.comAndy Baulch - Director of Rugby - andybaulch@gosfordru

Club rules (2 pages)

Rules of the Club The name of the Club shall be Gosford All Blacks Rugby Football Club (herein after referred to as "the Club") The objects of the Club shall be to promote the game of rugby union and to facilitate all members of the community to

Sponsor us (1 page)

Sponsorship and Pitch side Advertising It is proven that becoming part of your local sporting community generates increased revenues and increases your local profile. This will add significant value to your business. GABRFC is the leading Communit

Facilities (2 pages)

In 1999, the £1.8m Stratfield Brake Sports ground was built with a £1.2m lottery grant from Sport England and funding from Cherwell District Council, Kidlington Parish Council and Gosford and Water Eaton Parish Council. The facilities are extensive a

Meetings & conferences (1 page)

If you would like to book the facility for meetings or conferences please contact Kidlington Parish Council: http://www.kidlington-pc.gov.uk/parish/stratfieldbrake.asp

Fundraising (2 pages)

Club Activity In the summer of 2008 we raised over £10,000 for 3 charities by pulling a double decker bus through Kidlington.The charities we raised money for were:# Great Ormond Street Hospital, London# Bellhouse Ward at the Children's hospital, Oxf

Membership (1 page)

The membership fees this year are as follows: £175 - Gold Membership £75 - Player Membership (£6 match fees) £40 - Non-playing members and students in full-time education £100 - minimum for Vice Presidents Reductions available for occasional pl

Club Roles and Responsibilities (7 pages)

These pages details the responsibilities for the club officials. If you are interested in taking on one of the roles for the next season, please speak to the Exec Commmittee (executive@gosfordrugby.com)

Past captains (3 pages)

Club Captains 2012 - present Tony Baughan 1734 - 2012 Rick Benito 2003 - 2005 Brian Strong

Supporters (2 pages)

GAB happily welcome supporters to the ground on match days. We have an excellent bar with floor to ceiling windows overlooking the 1st & 2nd team pitches enabling your to support the club, no matter the weather.

Community (2 pages)

We are an active community rugby club, helping out on many projects.In the summer of 2008 we raised over £10,000 pulling a double decker bus through the village and back again for a number of charities - Great Ormond St Hospital, Bellhouse ward at the

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