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Diss Rugby Club Next Pre-Match Luncheon

October 27th October 2018


Ideal Christmas

Harrow RFC Harrow Minis welcome Stevenage Town RFC on Sunday 21st Oct

In the second home fixture of the season the Minis will play Stevenage at home on Sunday. Other teams all training apart from U16s away at Fullerians.

Beccehamian RFC Lost Property

Anything left unclaimed after this weekend will be recycled.

Warlingham RFC - 'the Mighty Warl' Wolves Academy gets busy in the rain

Great session today at Limpsfield Road with the Warlingham Director of Rugby and club seniors leading the way for the U17s

Harrow RFC Club launches project to get young people more active

We are launching a free Fitness Skills & Fun project for 14-19 year olds in the area, in association with Young Harrow Foundation

Match Reports

Crowborough RFC

Borough Remain on Top.....

Despite some very tough conditions !!

Borough climb to the top of the table

After another strong performance on their travel's into North Kent.

Crowborough's best performance so far this season.......

Secured them, all 5 points on their travels to a very wet Pulborough.....

Beccehamian RFC

Park House 24 - Beccehamian 35

It was a very wet day on Saturday and as I was running touch it was impossible for me to keep a record for this report. Thankfully Robbie kept a tally of the scores.

Pulborough Win Nail Biting Game

Beccehamians 24 Pulborough 29

Good Win over Hellingly

Beccehamians 57 Hellingly 7

Folkestone Rugby Club

Folkestone needed to win this game having lost the first four league matches of the season.

Folkestone forwards had a tremendous game everyone of them putting in huge tackles and keeping the play tight as well as making good breaks, ably led by Man of Match Liam Trinder.

Folkestone travelled to SE London hoping to come away with their first victory of the season.

However on this bright warm sunny day it wasn’t to be. But it was a festival of tries, unfortunately outscored 7 to 5 of them.

Results between the two teams have, over the seven last years, been extremely close.

The result of this fixture broke the mould and put Bromley to the top of the table and Folkestone entrenched in the nether regions.

Sat 20 Oct
Beccehamian vs Folkestone
League 15:00
Bromley vs Crowborough
League 15:00
Hastings & Bexhill vs Vigo
League 15:00
Hellingly vs Old Williamsonians
League 15:00
Park House vs Pulborough
League 15:00
Old Dunstonians vs Lewes
League 15:00
Sat 27 Oct
Crowborough vs Old Dunstonians
League 15:00
Folkestone vs Park House
League 15:00
Lewes vs Hellingly
League 15:00
Pulborough vs Hastings & Bexhill
League 15:00
Vigo vs Bromley
League 15:00
Old Williamsonians vs Beccehamian
League 15:00


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