With Six Nations fever hitting the country, a number of our National League sides will be showing the entirety of Championships at their respective clubs and all the action kicks off on Friday.
Added to this, some of our teams have some events to pencil into your diaries for February so check out our latest ‘Club Watch.’
Birmingham Moseley Rugby
With two Six Nations games on Saturday afternoon, Birmingham Moseley will be showing the games between England and Ireland as well as the Scotland vs Italy fixture. Added to this, the day will be concluded with a DJ to cap off a rugby-packed weekend.
— B'ham Moseley Rugby (@MoseleyRugbyFC) January 30, 2019
Cambridge were quick to congratulate former player Fraser Dingwall on being selected as captain for the England U20s as the representative side start their Six Nations campaign in Cork against Ireland. Dingwall is one of many Saints players to have plied his trade at Cambridge before starring for Northampton.
Plymouth Albion are teaming up with Devonport Services RFC, Active Devon and Stoke Damerel CC as they are putting on girls rugby sessions every Monday between 15:30 to 16:30. Taking place at Stoke Damerel Community College, it’s great to see the sports uniting in Devonshire.
The combined expertise of Plymouth Albion, Devonport Services RFC, @activedevon & @StokeDamerelCC , will be running girls rugby training sessions every Monday between 15:30 to 16:30.
Contact Michael Lewis via email to email@example.com. pic.twitter.com/fxrjgkPdCA
— Plymouth Albion (@AlbionRFC) January 30, 2019
National Two North
Fans are invited to Hare Lane this Saturday to revel in the Six Nations opening weekend. Playing in the Club House’s bar and café, attendees will be able to see each game from round one as Chester travel to Hinckley in intriguing clash towards the top of National Two North.
Fylde have teamed up with the Fylde council of sport to deliver a coffee morning on the 15th of February for the local community. Residents are invited to come to the club, have some coffee, do some yoga plus walking rugby. In addition, they can also have their blood pressure taken and have health checks.
— Fylde Council Sport (@SportFylde) January 30, 2019
Like Birmingham Moseley and Chester, Macc will also be screening the Six Nations at Priory Park. With a new big screen at the brand-new Spiral Lounge, punters are invited to the club to watch Wales take on France in Paris. Starting at 7pm on Friday, this should be a great evening at Priory Park.
National 2 South
Bury St Edmunds RFC
Bury St Edmunds have begun advertising for their Presidents dinner that will be taking place in March. With special guests Gareth Chilcott and Paul Boardman, tickets cost £45 per person. People that want to attend can book as individuals, or as tables of 10, so this should be a great occasion for BSE.
Our President Chris has booked a cracking line up for his annual Presidents dinner…. Don't miss it! Book directly with Chris himself… details on the poster. pic.twitter.com/cPFekFFHfJ
— Bury St Edmunds Rugby (@BSERugby) January 28, 2019
Dings Crusaders RFC
Dings Crusaders will be putting on all the Six Nations matches whilst the tournament is in action. Added to this, people who go to Shaftesbury Park for the games will be privy to a meal deal that offers an Angus beef burger and a drink for the price of £6.
Regular readers may remember that in December, Redruth put on a pink day in the hope of raising awareness towards cancer charities. Last weekend, Cornish Pirates followed suit by showing support for their neighbours General Manager, Treve Dunstan, by wearing pink laces for their game against Hartpury in the Championship.
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In support of Redruth Rugby Club’s General Manager Treve Dunstan, the Cornish Pirates wore pink laces in their boots when they played Hartpury RFC at the Mennaye Field on Sunday.https://t.co/YyCT2X7Ila pic.twitter.com/MyloVJeWvO
— Cornish Pirates (@CornishPirates1) January 29, 2019