The Spartans vision - 'More than rugby!'

Vision To create a safe, positive and inclusive club environment where rugby can be played and enjoyed on and off the pitch by everyone regardless of sexual orientation or ability. Mission To promote and develop the game of rugby football within Manc

New player enquiry information

Updated May 2017 - Introduction- The Manchester Village Spartans currently operate three men's rugby squads and a summer touch rugby team. Approximately 75% of our members are homosexual and 25% are heterosexual. We are an inclusive club : - anyone i

Club membership - Direct debit sign up form (secure on line)

Please click on this link, to takes 2 minutes to sign up. Check / choose which payment category you fall into by hovering over the banner. Select one payment level. Thank you https://secure.emandates.co.uk/Pages/Registration.aspx?.Client=4e725bad-421d-

Transport systems to the rugby club (3 pages)

Driving to Sale Sport club, Clarendon Crescent, Sale M33. 2DE. From Manchester city centre head west towards Altrincham using the A56 Stretford road for 5.5miles. When you see / reach TGI Friday's in Sale (its on the right hand side of the road)

Leagues and Competitions (2 pages)

2015/16 1XV North West Intermediate League – Division 4 East Club: Bingham Cup – Nashville, Tennessee, USA, May 23-30 2016.

Past Club Officials (1 page)

2016/17 President Jonathan Mayor Chairman Dean Bee 1XV Captain Karl Bee 2XV Captain Andrew Wignall 3XV Captain John Copestake 2015/16 PresidentDave Brewster ChairmanMatt Whiteley 1 XV CaptainDean Bee 2 XV CaptainAndy

Past Awards (10 pages)

1XV Player of the Year 15/16: Chris Cartledge 2XV Player of the Year 15/16: Charlie Derbyshire 3XV Player of the Year 15/16: Seb Fernandez-Cuervo Best New Player 15/16: Harry Ellis Most Improved Player 15/16: Josh Sanderson Kirk Highest Try

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