And just like that, January is drawing to a close! With this in mind, our National Leagues sides have plenty going on across the next month so let’s see what some of the clubs have planned.
It is set to be a great Saturday at the Northern Echo Arena this weekend. Darlington Mowden Park are hosting a double-header which will see their National One clash with Birmingham Moseley be preceded by DMP Sharks’ game against Firwood Waterloo. Both fixtures will be dedicated to former Scotland international Doddie Weir and the club are raising money and awareness for the My Name’5 Doddie Foundation.
Weir was diagnosed with Motor Neurone disease in 2017 and 50 per cent of all this weekend’s tickets will be donated to Doddie’s charity as he continues to raise funds.
? 50% of ticket sales go to @MNDoddie5
— Darlington Mowden Park (@MowdenPark) January 21, 2019
Birmingham Moseley Rugby Club
The Birmingham Moseley College Academy will be hosting an information evening on Monday 25th of February, where prospective students can learn about the program. A two-year course for 16 to 18 year olds, they get the chance to develop as rugby players and gain qualifications to potentially move on to university.
Plymouth Albion RFC
Plymouth Albion are advertising for their February Half Term Rugby Camp taking place on the 21st and 22nd of February. For boys and girls aged between the ages of seven and 14, young players will be able to hone their skills at the rugby camp with expert tutorage. At £30 per day, or £50 for two days, it will be a great experience for a developing player.
Have you booked your kids in for our upcoming February Half Term Rugby Camp?!
£30 per day or just £50 for two days!
?Thursday 21st February & Friday 22nd February
Pre Booking required –
For more information 01752 565064 – Michael Lewis | firstname.lastname@example.org pic.twitter.com/9bmAzazDec
— Plymouth Albion (@AlbionRFC) January 20, 2019
Sale FC will be hosting a second coffee morning on the 5th of February in the aim of reducing loneliness and isolation within the community. After the success of the first event, Sale hope to continue being a beacon for their local community by helping as many people as they can.
National Two North
Fylde Rugby Club
With Six Nations rugby just over a week away, Fylde have made it known that Woodlands is open to all on the opening weekend for anyone that wants to watch the games. There will even be food provided on the Saturday at what should be another great occasion at Fylde.
— Fylde Rugby (@fylderugby) January 22, 2019
Leicester Lions RFC
Leicester Lions are looking for players to come to their February Half Term Rugby Camp. Taking place from the 19th to the 21st of next month, it will cost £15 per day and £40 for all three days. There will be rugby games and plenty of tasks that will help develop young players in the Lions community.
Sedgley Park are looking to fill their final table at the clubs third annual Ladies Day on 6th of April. In aid of Cancer Research, each place costs £25 per person, but does seem to be well worth the money. With a prosecco reception, all day entertainment, a gin bar, lunch, raffle and afternoon tea, Sedge are putting on a great event.
?? LADIES DAY ??
THIRD year of organising and after last nights announcement we have sold 10/11 available tables!
6th April, Sedgley Park Rugby Club!!! 12:30pm onwards ?????? One that has touched everyone! pic.twitter.com/BzNMM8M1xZ
— Sedgley Park Tigers (@SedgleyTigers) January 22, 2019
National Two South
Rams RFC are looking for girls to be part of their Rams Girls side. Starting this week, girls are invited to go to the Rams club house to have an introductory training session under the floodlights, as well as a tour of the club. Starting at 6pm this Wednesday, this is a great opportunity to introduce more girls to the game.
Worthing Raider will have members of the Harlequins ladies side at the club to give members of their Ladies side the opportunity to develop their skills alongside the Tyrrells Premier 15s elite. Taking place on Monday 18th February, the event is open for 10 to 18 year olds and it sure to be a fantastic occasion for women’s rugby at Worthing.
A fantastic half term treat for girls aged 10-18. Coaching by some of the best female rugby stars in the country. We are hosting one on Monday 18th February. Don't miss out, go online to sign up. @quinsfoundation @HarlequinsWomen @WorthingRFC @WorthingSport #Switch pic.twitter.com/mZ8fZw31Uw
— Worthing RFC GIRLS section (@WRFC_girls) January 21, 2019