Cheshire U16 A & B Teams v Lancashire Sunday January 21st
This Sunday sees Cheshire U16 A & B teams playing Lancashire for the
Vin Hughes Memorial Trophy
U16 B kick off 12.30pm
U16 A kick off 2.00pm
Both games to be played on the AGP pitch at Burnage RFC SK4 3AE
Look forward to seeing you….
Congratulations to the following Cheshire clubs on their successful PFR (Cheshire RFU Annual Strategic Plan) bids in “ Growing the Game” during the first half of the season.
Chester RUFC £400 – the club have run 3 games for retuning students in September and at Xmas.
Wilmslow RUFC £250 – annual boxing day game for retuning students, 50 players returning! – http://www.pitchero.com/clubs/wilmslow/news/boxing-day-barnstormer-2127968.html.
Helsby RUFC £200 – The club targeted their ex-colts through a memorial game leading to 5 players being re-recruited.
Stockport RUFC £250 – ‘One club day’ encouraged all sections of the club to come together and also invited lapsed players down in an attempt to recruit them (poster attached).
Congleton £250 – Pie and Peas evening at the club, inviting all lapsed players from the last 5 years – club re-recruited several players allowing them to sustain the 3rd team and vets.
Moore £250 – The club ran a month of touch rugby in the local park to try and attract new players, this coincided with a facebook campaign paid for by the funding
Helsby £250 – Family touch rugby throughout summer – Monies pay for marketing and food/beers to incentivise new players
Christleton £250 – Boosted facebook campaign to recruit new players
Helsby £200 – Boosted facebook campaign to recruit new players
Holmes Chapel – Boosted facebook campaign to recruit new players
Congleton £100 – Hosted a Saturday afternoon 3-way fixture – Money paid for food and beer
Stockport £200 – Hosted Friday night light and ran recruitment event(s) – Money paid for food and beer
Chester £350 – Hosted 2 Friday night lights evenings – Money paid for food and beer
Northwich £200 – Hosted a Friday night lights evening – Money paid for food and beer
To see how your club can get involved between now and the end of the season – contact your RDO without delay !
DAVE WESTHEAD — CHESHIRE – 07850 166477 – firstname.lastname@example.org
ANDREW SOUTAR — WIRRAL – 07764 960 410 – email@example.com
GEORGE GLENN — GTR MANCHESTER – 07736 517730 – firstname.lastname@example.org
PHIL CLARKE – GTR MANCHESTER – 07730814162 – email@example.com
CHRIS BRANNIGAN—IOM Mobile: 07712 428084 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Excellent away win in Yorkshire.
Yorkshire v Cheshire at 16 Group Sunday 7 January.
The game was played in ideal conditions on the ARG pitch at Keighly RFC and accompanied by the winter sun.
Yorkshire started very well exerting a great deal of pressure, especially on the Cheshire scrum and capitalising on their mistakes. They were soon two tries up and things looked ominous for Cheshire.
Cheshire gradually stabilised the scrum, fought back and started to dominate possession. The forwards carried well and the backs utilised all their chances. M. Redpath reversed the direction of attack for H. Shiel to score close to the corner and then continue to covert his own try. Pressure continued and O. Leatherbarrow touched down at the base of the post for H. Shiel to convert.
Early in the second half Yorkshire pressure was rewarded with a converted penalty but Cheshire were quick to reassert their dominance ending in a try by H. Fishwick.
Continuing Cheshire pressure was finished by a good individual effort from H. Shiel who the converted his own try.
Cheshire pressure continued but an interception deep in their own half resulted in a converted try to Yorkshire. This revitalised Yorkshire but Cheshire kept them out to win deservedly 28pts to 22pts.
The next full squad session is Mon 15 Jan at St Ambrose College 5.00 to 7.00pm.
Click on link to view the photos
Register for NatWest RugbyForce 2018:
England Rugby in partnership with NatWest has launched NatWest RugbyForce 2018, the ninth year of a nationwide programme helping grassroots rugby clubs up and down the country attract new members and become stronger and more sustainable for the future. Click HERE to sign up for NatWest RugbyForce 2018. Clubs that register for NatWest RugbyForce2018 can look forward to receiving a host of exciting rewards and benefits, from online toolkits, to marketing and communications advice and access to special offers – all to help clubs become successful businesses.
Registration closes on 4 February 2018.
Accidental injury loss of income cover:
RFU and Howden have arranged a personal accident cover that can pay up to £300 per week to players in nominated teams if they injured whilst playing or training and unable to work. Cover runs until July 2018 and at this stage of the season the cost is now reduced to £728.
Full details on the England Rugby Insurance website HERE or at http://englandrugbyinsurance.co.uk/TTD.
GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation):Clubs Data laws are changing. GDPR is new and represents a reshaping of the data protection landscape, giving consumers more rights and placing an increased onus on businesses to secure private data. In simple terms the GDPR will help protect our players, members and clubs by ensuring better governance and transparency around management of data. Organisations holding personal data (including clubs and CBs) will need to give more information to people about what they do with those people’s data, why, and for how long. The RFU is working with all relevant stakeholders, including the government, to determine the implications of GDPR for both the RFU and its member clubs and CBs. The detail of the legislation, particularly how it impacts sport, is currently being debated in parliament, so at this stage it is not possible to give detailed guidance. We will be providing further guidance and a toolkit for how clubs and CBs can work towards GDPR compliance in due course, ahead of the regulation coming into force on 25 May, 2018. In the meantime, there are a few things that clubs can start to look at now to help prepare them ahead of further guidance from the RFU. This includes:
- Looking at what you use members’ data for, e.g. do you do anything more than using it for running the club, such as sending out messages on behalf of sponsors?
- Looking at where you hold individuals’ data, e.g. just on GMS, on a server, or on someone’s desktop?
- Looking at whether you pass data onto anyone else, e.g. sponsors, other parts of the club if it is part of a multi-sport club etc.
In the meantime, for any data protection queries relating to you club, please contact the RFU Legal Helpline on 0330 303 1877.
CHESHIRE U18 SCHOOLS FINAL REPORT LYMM V WIRRAL
An early Christmas present for the Lymm 1st XV rugby team who retained the U18s Cheshire Cup. With the snow falling Lymm took on Wirral Grammar School, at the AJ Bell stadium as curtain raiser to the Sale Sharks European fixture against Cardiff Blues.
Josh Hadland from Lymm used his pace and strength to take him away from the covering defenders, and scored near the posts, converted by Alex Galloway.
Wirral came back into the game with a penalty late in the first half to make it 7-3 at the interval.
From the restart, Wirral put a lot of pressure on the Lymm line but their scrambling defence and last gasp tackles and just simply working hard kept Wirral at bay. However, they couldn’t stop infringing and Wirral scored a further 6 points to take the score to 7-9 with 10 minutes left to play.
In what was a tense finale, Lymm won the game with the last kick for a Wirral Infringement to make the score 10-9.
CHESHIRE U 16 DPP/ CB SESSION TONIGHT
Due to the weather conditions tonight’s session at St Ambrose has been cancelled.
This session has now been rearranged to Monday 18 Dec at St Ambrose 5.00 to 6.30 pm.
Sale Sharks DPP U13 Programme is launched…..
Sale Sharks Academy are pleased to launch our Developing Player Programme (DPP) for the Under 13 age grade in the 2017-18 rugby season.
The DPP is designed ‘to provide a first opportunity to identify those players with greatest potential to enter the pathway towards the professional game’ and works in conjunction with England Rugby and Cheshire and Lancashire CB’s. The programme is the first stage on the player pathway and is planned to interact with and complement the existing school, club and county playing programmes and provide further development without the conflict of competition.
We would like to invite you to nominate Under 13 players you believe may be of an appropriate standard through the attached letter (click on link below) and would welcome nominations of either stand out rugby union players or talented athletes from other sports with the ability to excel in the game.
The deadline for Under 13 nominations is Friday 2nd February.
Thank you in advance for your support of the DPP and if you have any queries please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Sale Sharks Academy.
SUPPORT OUR CHESHIRE GIRL’S TEAMS THIS SUNDAY DEC 3RD V YORKSHIRE at WINNINGTON PARK 2PM kick off
CHESHIRE U15 & 18 TEAMS
CHESHIRE U18 V CUMBRIA – MATCH REPORT
Cheshire Senior ladies squad (2018) require the following:
Assistant Coach x 2
These are honorary positions and the closing date for applications is December 15th 2017. All applicants will be notified early January 2018 if they are successful or not.
Trials for the squad will be held Feb 2018 (TBC) and training sessions will be Wednesday evenings with scheduled matches Apr 29, May 6 and May 13 2018.
If you require any further information please contact Paula Bradbury on 07811 040786.
SALE SHARKS COMMITTED TO GRASSROOTS RUGBY
VIA THE 100 CLUB
CREWE & NANTWICH RECEIVE £10.000 donation………..
Sale Sharks’ commitment to supporting grassroots rugby in the North West was further cemented this week with the club making a donation of £18,000 to four local sides as they marked the first anniversary of their 100 Club initiative.
Sale launched their 100 Club scheme a year ago with the long-term aim of engaging with 100 amateur clubs from across the North West to nurture rising stars from amateur to professional status.
As part of the 100 Club drive, Sale Sharks have set their ambition for the future to have 75 per cent of the club’s senior squad by 2020 consisting of players recruited from the region.
Individual clubs are also recognised and rewarded once players who began their careers there go on make their Sale first-team debuts with further significant rewards following if that player then achieves international honours.
To mark the 12-month anniversary, Sale held a special ceremony at the AJ Bell Stadium on Monday where four clubs received donations in recognition of their players’ progress with the Sharks.
Crewe and Nantwich received a £10,000 donation to mark the achievement of Tom Curry becoming an England international on this summer’s tour to Argentina. In addition, there were £2,000 awards to Manchester RUFC (Luke James), Waterloo RUFC (Sam Moore); and Preston Grasshoppers (Matt Sturgess and Arron Reed), with all four players having made their Sale first-team debuts this season.
Steve Diamond, Sale’s director of rugby, was on hand to make the presentations with Sharks attack coach Paul Deacon, defence coach Mike Forshaw, forwards coach Pete Anglesea and club commercial director Mark Cueto also in attendance.
The Sale director of rugby said the donations provided proof positive that 12 months on from the Sharks’ officially launching the 100 Club, the club’s tie-up with the grassroots rugby community continues to go from strength to strength. “Twelve months into the scheme it’s a pleasure to give the £18,000 away to local clubs,” said Steve. “We have five great young lads coming through in Tom, Luke, Sam, Matt and Arron.
“It was great to have representatives from almost 50 clubs there with us at the presentation, 72 of the clubs contribute to our Developing Player Programme and it’s all about us working with the local rugby community and giving something back.” Sale Sharks’ official partner, Bollington Insurance, was also present at the awards evening. Bollington have been key supporters of the 100 Club project, providing commercial insurance and risk assessments to rugby clubs who form part of the 100 Club together with personal and commercial insurance to club members and their families.
For more information on the 100 Club contact email@example.com
CHESHIRE HARVESTERS WIN THEIR FIRST MATCH!!
Congratulations to the Cheshire Harvesters who won their inaugural fixture last night against Lancashire Royals 8- 43 at Sedgley Park last night.
On a dry evening both teams provided a showpiece advert for the Community Game, in excess of 24 clubs were represented in an end to end encounter that was a lot closer than the score suggests
The Harvester’s Manager Chris Brierley commented…. “the County had achieved the principles it was designed to achieve – namely engagement at all levels of the game. The effort and enthusiasm shown made me feel good about the existence of amateur rugby. It is still alive and kicking.
We have laid the foundation and the players will return to their clubs armed with a positive experience gained from hard work and teamwork. I hope that this will spread to all eligible clubs in the future.”
With Yorkshire looking to join Lancashire and Cheshire next season, the future of this initiative and Community Rugby is bright!
Cheshire Vase – Semi-final result from last night
Birkenhead Park 21 Sandbach 49
Sandbach will now play Wirral in the Vase Final over the Easter w/end
GOOD LUCK TO THE CHESHIRE GIRL’S AGE GRADE TEAMS THIS WEEKEND
This weekend sees the Cheshire U18 & U15 Girls in action against Cumbria at Kendal on Sunday Nov 19th. We wish them every success in their next round fixtures.
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Northwest Level 3 CPD 2017/18 Course Information – click below for further details or contact DaveLivesey@RFU.com
Cheshire U16 latest information from the DPP please click below for information
Cheshire Under 16. 2017-2018docx
Under 16 Cheshire DPP/County
Thank you to all players whom attended the Cheshire DPP/County Assessment Sessions last weekend, the coaches were pleased with both the standard and commitment of the players. Following the assessment session, the players listed below have been selected to attend the upcoming DPP sessions. These sessions will be run by County Coaches and act as a further development/assessment period before a County Squad is named in late December to prepare for competitive County Fixtures in January/February 2018.
Information regarding the DPP Sessions can be found on Sale Sharks Website. www.salesharks.com
Information regarding the County Programme can be found on Cheshire RFU Website. www.cheshirerfu.com
Che Hannigan, Keiran McGeever, Cree Jacobs, Ed Vita, Daniel Taylor, Ben Nurse, Felix Piasecki, Seb Affi, Nonso Agina, Joe Flynn, Jake Edge-Spedding, Ned Atkinson, Matthew Kendal, Kyle Platt, James Warr, Ollie Hill, Reeve Davis, Ruaridh Walker, Pantelis Stylianou, Scott Clarke, Patrick Hetherington, Matthew Bullock, Niall Wallis, Will Ridgway, Ethan Pratt, Danny Haslett, Emilio Ramirez, Max Gilbert, Sam Frank, Ted Williams, Elliot Sincock, Ewan Hoskin, Liam Conboy, Tim Rattray, Archie Manger, Ben Lyon, Dan Jones, George McCann, Luca Longman, Alfie Thelwell, Will Barton, Oli Higson, Harry Benjamin.
We know there will be a number of players whom will be disappointed not to be involved in the programme at this stage. Please be assured there are continual opportunities to enter the academy/county pathway both throughout this season and in future age grades.
Important Information re Cheshire U16’s for this season
click on the link below
County Age Grade teams – U18 Boys, U18 & U15 Girls
This Sunday Oct 29th sees our U18 Boys start their County Programme at the Durham Festival at Darlington Mowden Park and our U 18 & U15 Girls at Winnington Park against Lancashire. For a full list of fixtures click on the link.
Cheshire Competitions Semi-Final Results
WIRRAL 42 LYMM 26
BIRKENHEAD PARK v SANDBACH -To be played Thursday 16/11/2017
NEW BRIGHTON 45 CONGLETON 8
WINNINGTON PARK 56 DUKINFIELD 14
ELLESMERE PORT 33 OLDERSHAW 8
KNUTSFORD 24 SOUTHERN NOMADS 36
The finals of all competitions will be held on Saturday 31/03/2018 (Cup & Vase) and Easter Monday 02/04/2018 (Bowl & Plate) venues TBA
Sale Sharks U16 DPP Player Assessment Information
Hello and Welcome to Cheshire Harvesters
Cheshire ‘Harvesters’ are a team that Cheshire RFU is starting up to reflect the quality of players that play rugby every Saturday for their clubs that are at level 5 and down. It will be managed by former player Chris Brierley and assisted by former Cheshire Presidents Paul Warrington and Martin Wroe.
The first match is being played on Wednesday November 15th at Sedgley Park RUFC against our equivalent team from Lancashire (Lancashire Royals) k.o.7.30pm
The County recognises age grade rugby up to the age of U20 and then there is a big gap until the full County 1st XV. As Cheshire is in the 1st division of the RFU County Championship it is permitted to select players from level 3 and below. In practice this means that, the majority of the squad are players at levels 3 & 4 with a few from level 5. This means that up to 40 Cheshire clubs have little or no County recognition.
The Harvesters are going to select players from Cheshire clubs at level 5 and below and reward them with County honours as Harvesters.
There will be at least one further match this season and as we speak Yorkshire RFU are looking favourably into starting a team of their own. This could very easily lead to more County fixtures in the coming seasons.
REMINDER – Age Grade Codes of Practice – Are You In?
Click here to view the Age Grade Codes of Practice and say you’re ‘in’.
The Age Grade Codes of Practice, which replace previous guidance, provide support and guidance to coaches and teachers in:
- Developing the whole player – to ensure holistic player development
- Playing and training frequency – to address over and under playing and ensure a balanced rugby programme
- Grouping of players – to ensure inclusivity and support individual player development
- Playing out of age group – to enhance player development and confirm what is permitted in regulation
- Out of season activity, camps and tours – clarifying regulation and requirements for camps and tours
- Minimum standards for coaches and referees – detailing how coaches and referees can achieve best practice
REMINDER – RUGBY SURVEY – Have your say
“WHY NOT GRAB RECENT GRADUATES FOR YOUR CLUB TEAMS”
Follow links for specific information (Touchline – Sept.)
My Rugby/Universities/Keep Connected
Find my Rugby
RFU Head Injury Assessment/Age Grade Codes/ National Rugby Survey
Follow link for latest information
IMPORTANT REMINDER – RFU COACHING COURSES
Please see below details of two upcoming English Rugby Coaching Award level 2 courses being held in Cheshire.
Note: deadline for application is 10 days before the start date
Wirral Grammar 8th October – 5th November – 19th November
Book on here – http://www.englandrugby.com/my-rugby/courses/search/#/search?id=&c=&eventid=226335617
Sandbach School 15th October – 12th November – 26th November
Book on here http://www.englandrugby.com/my-rugby/courses/search/#/search?id=&c=&eventid=226335808
CHESHIRE COMPETITIONS – Semi-Final draws
Birkenhead Park v Sandbach
Wirral v Lymm
Congleton v New Brighton
Winnington Park v Dukinfield
Ellesmere Port v Oldershaw
Knutsford v Southern Nomads
All games to be played on 14/10/17
RFU ACTIVATE – Injury Prevention Exercise Programme – now live
Activate is an evidence-based injury prevention programme that has been developed following a number of research studies. The training and pre-match exercise programme focuses on balance, strength and agility in order to better prepare players for the physical demands of exercise and aims to mitigate potential injury risks. Activate can be integrated as part of the warm up element of any rugby session before training or matches.
More information and access to the free Activate online resources can be found here:
A free two hour practical session has been developed to equip coaches and teachers with the key components of the exercise programme so that they can deliver it as part of their existing rugby and PE sessions. Our research suggests that coaches/teachers who attended the face to face session were more competent and confident in delivering the programme effectively. Therefore it is highly recommended that coaches and teachers attend the face to face session prior to accessing the online resources.
To organise a free face-to-face session at your club or school please contact your local Rugby Development Officer/Community Rugby Coach.
ERCA Courses – latest dates and venues
FAGM Thursday Sept 14th – Chester RFC – 6.30pm
Cheshire U20 Training and Fixture dates now available
Cheshire Competition’s Latest Results
Macclesfield 19 Caldy. 36
Sale 21 Chester 7
Caldy will play Sale in the final over the Easter week-end venue tba
Altrincham Kersal 12 Wirral 38
C&N v Birkenhead Park C&N concede
Northwich 12 Lymm 40
Sandbach 50 Wilmslow 17
Wirral,Birkenhead Park,Lymm,and Sandbach go into the semifinal draw
New Brighton 38 Douglas 15
Winnington Park 31 Anselmians 24
Dukinfield 41 Port Sunlight 19
Congleton 20 Hoylake 12
New Brighton,Winnington Park,Dukinfield and Congleton go into the semifinal draw
Oldershaw v Prenton (Prenton concede)
Knutsford 25 Moore 8
Wallasey 14 Southern Nomads 71
Ellesmere Port 31 Holmes Chapel 5
Oldershaw,Knutsford,Southern Nomads, and Ellesmere Port go into the semifinal draw
Semi- Final draws to take place after the County meeting on Sept 14th.
All semifinal matches MUST be played on 14/10/2017
Sale Sharks U14 – U 16 DPP Nominations 2017/18
Sale Sharks Academy – Are you interested in finding out more?
Following the success of last season’s Academy Communication Forum and the great feedback received we will be running a similar format as last time.
We would like to invite you to attend our next Academy Communication Forum on Friday 29th September 2017 at the AJ Bell.
The topic’s presented are specifically aimed at ‘Communication’, which will be delivered in 4 sections;
- The Sale Sharks Vision (BT)
- The Relaunch of the DPP (NS)
- Communication Framework of the RPPG (KA)
- Safeguarding (CB)
The event will start at 18:00 followed by watching Sale Sharks take on Gloucester in the Aviva Premiership kick off at 20:00.
Food will be provided by the Regional Player Pathway Group free of charge (a pie and mash) and the Academy are happy to provide a complimentary ticket to everyone who wants to attend this forum.
It is therefore imperative that you advise if you would like to attend the forum confirming the following, – No later than 1st September
- You require a match ticket
- You require food
- You require a car parking pass
Sale Sharks Academy Administrator
CHESHIRE CUP (games to be played 25/08-28/08/2017)
MACCLESFIELD v CALDY SALE v CHESTER
The Cup Final will be played Saturday 31/03/2018 venue TBA
Preliminary Round- NORTHWICH.v. STOCKPORT (game to be played between 05-08-2017 and 25-08-2017)
AlLTRINCHAM KERSAL v WIRRAL CREWE & NANTWICH v BIRKENHEAD PARK NORTHWICH or STOCKPORT v LYMM SANDBACH v WILMSLOW
The Semi-finals of the Vase Competition will be played on Saturday 14/10/2017
1st ROUND (to be played 25/08-28/08/2017
NEW BRIGHTON v. DOUGLAS 2nd xv WINNINGTON PARK .v ANSELMIANS DUKINFIELD v PORT SUNLIGHT CONGLETON v HOYLAKE
The Semi-finals of the Bowl Competition will be played on Saturday 14/10/2017
Preliminary round (to be played between 5/08 – 25/08/2017)
WESTERN VIKINGS v SOUTHERN NOMADS
OXTON PARKONIANS V ELLESEMERE PORT
HELSBY V PRENTON
1st ROUND to be played BH weekend 25/08-28/08/2017
OLDERSHAW v HELSBY or PRENTON
KNUTSFORD v MOORE
WALLASEY v WESTERN VIKINGS OR SOUTHERN NOMADS
OXTON or ELLESMERE PORT v HOLMES CHAPEL
The Semi-finals of the Plate Competition will be played on Saturday 14/10/2017
- England Counties U20 to play Netherlands A on Wednesday
- The team will be captained by Cheshire’s Chris Taylor
- Read the article on EnglandRugby.com
England Counties U20 have selected their side to face Netherlands A on Wednesday in Amsterdam.
The side will be captained by Chris Taylor of Cheshire with Conor Wilkinson of Lancashire as vice-captain.
The match will kick off at 6.30pm (BST) at the National Rugby Centre in Amsterdam and will be followed by another clash between the two sides on Saturday, 10 June.
The team will be led by Head Coach Richie Williams as well as forwards coach Paul Arnold.
“This is an exciting opportunity for these players to showcase their talent and develop their decision making and leadership qualities,” said chairman of selectors John Young.
“Their selection is the culmination of hard work, diligence and enthusiasm to succeed.”
England Counties U20s:
1 Seb Brownhill (Bishop’s Stortford/Hertfordshire) 2 Chris Taylor (Preston GrassHoppers/Cheshire) 3 Karl Garside (Old Albanians/Herfordshire) 4 Cameron Gray (Coventry/Warwickshire) 5 Nick Ashcroft (Fylde/Lancashire) 6 Seb Cecil (University of Nottingham and Nottingham Academy/East Midlands) 7 Rahat Choudhury (University of Nottingham and Nottingham Academy/ Notts,Lincs, and Derby) 8 Sam Hudson (Otley and Loughborough University/Yorkshire) 9 Josh Nott (Broadstreet and Nottingham Academy/Warwickshire) 10 Fraser Honey (Cornish All Blacks/Cornwall) 11 Tom Carleton (Fylde and Manchester Met/Lancashire) 12 Connor Wilkinson (Fylde and Manchester Met/Lancashire) 13 Ollie Burgess (Old Albanians/East Midlands) 14 Charlie Venables (Leeds Beckett/Cheshire) 15 Tobias Robinson (St Austell/Cornwall)
16 John Whittaker (Sandbach/Cheshire) 17 Griffi Whitson (Reading University/Berkshire) 18 William Dennis (Harrogate/Yorkshire) 19 Sam Bailey (Bournemouth/Loughborough and Dorset & Wiltshire) 20 Tui Uru (Ipswich/Eastern Counties) 21 Rob Fogerty(Brighton Blues/Sussex) 22 Matt Bendin (Hertfordshire) 23 Will Luxford (Old Elthamians/Kent)
This is advance notice that the FAGM will be held at Chester RFC on Thursday the 14th September 2017 at 6.30pm
‘Congratulation’s to the winners of the Cheshire Competitions
Cup Final:- Caldy 35 v 19 Sandbach
Vase Final:- Birkenhead Pk. 10 v 36 Northwich
Bowl Final: Hoylake 25 v 20 Winnington Pk.
Plate Final: Oldershaw 8 v 26 Port Sunlight
If you would like to become an Individual member of Cheshire RFU, giving you free entry to the County games and the Cheshire, Cup, Plate, Vase, Bowl and Veterans Finals then please complete the application form below and send it along with payment to the address on the form. As a fully paid up member you will also be able to apply for International tickets through the County.
Membership Fee: Annual £15.00
Life Member: £120
(Please note that Subs must be paid by the end of August)