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Minis & Juniors (9 pages)

Welcome to the Minis & Junior Section of TOC H rugby club. Our rugby club, established in 1924, has a thriving junior section that had over 140 junior players last season. We provide an opportunity for young players between the ages of 5 through to 1

Youth Development Fund (2 pages)

Support our juniors! Join the Youth Development Fund! As you probably know we have a thriving Mini/Junior section with teams from U7’s to U15s level. This is not by chance but by the hard work of club officials, members, players, and especially, c

Play Rugby (3 pages)

JOIN DIDSBURY TOC H RUGBY CLUB!! Didsbury Toc H is a thriving rugby club that runs 5 senior teams each week. The 1XV play in the Lancashire (North) League and the 2’s 3’s & 4’s all have competitive league rugby throughout the season.We also have

Contact us (3 pages)

Play for Didsbury Toc H RFC We are always looking for new players to join our teams. For information about joining our senior teams call Jamie Peacock on 07860259650 or email Arthur at

Sponsor the Club (1 page)

Didsbury Toc H RFC needs you - and you need Didsbury Toc H RFC. The club has a large membership across many sections of the community. Many of our members live and work in Manchester, in and around "leafy Didsbury" and in surrounding areas. The Club

Travelling to Didsbury Toc H (4 pages)

The club carpark can become congested during busy periods. Please park considerately to maximise the available spaces - if travelling away consider leaving your car at home, or park on the front edge of the car park furthest from the gates. - please ensur

Club Tournaments (1 page)

Didsbury Toc H RFC Seven-a-side competition will return on Saturday 12th May 2012. Over the last few years our competition has been a 10’s event. The initially enthusiasm for 10’s has passed, and 7’s seems to be more popular. Therefore we are f

History (1 page)

Why TOC H? During the First World War, a soldier's club was established by the Reverend Tubby Clayton at Poperinghe in Flanders, a place where troops of all ranks could go for a brief respite from the battlefields. It was named Talbot House, as a memoria


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