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Concussion - 'Don't Be A Headcase'

The RFU recognises the importance of concussion. There is however, a historical cultural legacy particularly within some circles in sport, where concussion has been seen as a “badge of honour” and players have “toughed it out”. Emerging brain inju

History (1 page)

Leek's Roots Leek RUFC was founded in 1923 but discontinued during the Second World War. It was revived in 1946, playing on the ground at Birchall Dale still in use in 1992. The club moved to their new home at the EsterChem Park (formerly F.Bal

Club House Facilities and Hire (2 pages)

The Clubhouse The Leek RUFC clubhouse is set in the grounds of the old St Edwards hospital complex, in peacefull and tranquil surroundings. The clubhouse can accomodate for up to 120 people with spacious car park to match. It's an ideal venue a w

Parking

Leek Rugby Union Football Club Esterchem Park, Chestnut Walk, Cheddleton, ST13 7BJ Parking at Leek RUFC Leek RUFC would like to extend a warm welcome to all members, parents and visitors coming to Esterchem Park. Please take a moment to re

Location (3 pages)

Below are the written instructions on how to find Leek RUFC. The clubhouse and grounds are situated on the old St Edwards Hospital site in Cheddleton.

Child Protection (1 page)

This Policy is wholly influenced by, and, in large measure, draws directly from, the R.F.U. Child/Young Player Protection Policy published in 1998. 1. Leek R.U.F.C. will maintain and uphold a Child and Young Player Protection policy in accordance wit

Facilities (3 pages)

Training Facilities We train on our floodlit club grounds at the old St Edwards Hospital. Training starts promptly at 7pm every Tuesday and Thursday. The clubhouse boasts 4 large changing rooms, shower facilities and a club bar that is opened to the

Contact (2 pages)

Leek RUFC EsterChem Park Chestnut Walk Cheddleton Leek Staffordshire ST13 7BJ

Job Vacancies (3 pages)

Player Retention and Recruitment Officer: Please Note: This is an unpaid, Voluntary Position. Role: The Player Retention Officer is responsible for: •Recruiting new players at all age groups/levels. •Retaining Current Players at all age group

Associated Clubs (1 page)

Slimming World Venue: Leek Rugby Club, Clubhouse Day: Tuesdays Time: 18:45 (6:45PM) New Members: £9.50 Weekly Fees: £4.50 Consulant: Nicola Dale Web: www.slimming-world.co.uk/lifelineonline

Code of Conduct (3 pages)

Spectators and Parents Code of Conduct Show respect for officials and other players Encourage in your support Be courteous to all Applaud good play Verbally support in a proactive manner Remember winning is not everything

Constitution (3 pages)

Leek Rugby Union Football Club Constitution 1. The name of the club shall be "Leek Rugby Union Football Club". 2. The objects of the club shall be to play, encourage and provide facilities for the game of Rugby Union Football and to maintain a

Fundraising (1 page)

Support Your Club - Have You Bought Through Leek Yet? Leek R.U.F.C have been working hard to find ways of improving the clubs facilities. One way you can help this to happen is by using the clubs new affiliate programme. For years the idea of improving

Past Captains (3 pages)

Modern Day Club Captains (1985 - Present) 2009- A. Nettell 2007-09 S.J.J. Beeston 2006-07 P.I. White 2005-06 I. Harris 2004-05 M.J. Beeston 2002-04 K.S. Wood 2001-02 J.F. Cooper 1999-01 W. Lawlor 1997-99 S. Bailey 1995-97 D.M. Kiernan 199

Interested in playing Rugby? (1 page)

Are you interested in playing, or know someone who is? Contact: Neil Edge, Director of Rugby. Tel: 07855 394669

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