The final Club Watch of February is here and as we approach the final two months of the season, let’s see what some of our National Leagues sides are up to…..

National One

Caldy RUFC

Sunday saw Caldy’s first training session for their Girls Age Grade Rugby. The club were delighted to say that they had a good turn out,  but would still like to invite more 7-12 year-olds down to the club to play the game.

Chinnor RFC

Chinnor will be having their Sportman’s Dinner on Friday 15th March. One of the most popular social events on the club’s calendar, this year should live up to expectations. Andy Gomarsall MBE will be the events guest speaker and will tell anecdotes from his time as a player.

Darlington Mowden Park

Darlington Mowden Park are asking that fans to ‘save the date’ for the club’s end of season dinner on Friday 3rd May. Taking place at the Northern Echo Arena, there will be a three course meal, awards given out, as well as music and entertainment.

National 2 North

Fylde RUFC

Fylde were the first to congratulate club stalwart, Sir Bill Beaumont, on receiving his knighthood. The Chairman of World Rugby,  captained England, represented the British and Irish Lions and played his entire club career at Fylde Rugby Club between 1969 and 1982.

Stourbridge RFC

Stourbridge will be playing host to a Girls Rugby Pitch Up and Play on Sunday 10th March. Taking place at Stour Park, U13s and U15s are welcome to take part in development games between 2pm and 4pm on the artificial surface.

National 2 South

Birmingham & Solihull Bees

Birmingham and Solihull are making a final call for their Ladies Day event that will be taking place this Saturday. At £20 a head, the event starts at 12:30pm, with lunch just half an hour later. With the club’s game against the London Irish Wild Geese, this should be a great occasion.

Old Albanian RFC

Tickets are now on sale for Old Albanian’s masked ball, taking place this summer. Taking place on Saturday 22nd June, tickets will be £55 per person. The club are saying that it will be a night filled with ‘decadence and luxury’, so if you want to go book now.

Rams RFC

Rams are inviting local girls to the club on Wednesday nights to try rugby out underneath the floodlights. Girls from the age of 10 are invited down to the club to learn the sport. Last night, there was a good attendance as the club continue to grow the game.