Important notice about parking at the club

As the weather gets wetter our on-site parking options become fewer. This increases the pressure on the roads around the club as we increasingly struggle to accommodate everyone. To help you find the best places to park that respects our neighbours' privacy and access, please download the club's parking policy and take notice of where you can and, most importantly, cannot park. We take our social responsibilities very seriously. After all, respect is one of the core values of our game. Please take notice of this request - it is important. Thank you

Two courses for coaches

For U6 to U18 inclusive - Play It Safe course - each age group is required to have at least one coach have attended this. It's at the club on Monday 9 December.

For U6 to U10s there's a Fundamentals of Movement course at Reeds School, Cobham on 26 January 2014.

Info on both http://wmrfc.co.uk/coaching-public

Serious Stuff (our kit providers) at the club, Sunday 1st December

Serious Stuff will be next at the Club selling kit on Sunday 1st December. They will be set up by 9.15 ish if you need to buy before training starts. You can also buy kit by ordering via their website http://www.serious-stuff.com - you'll need the passcode: 1865

A third alternative for all you kit-based needs is to visit their shop at Rosslyn Park's ground. Opening hours on their website.

Minis 24th November - KCS home and away

This fixture was published as an all-home fixture by mistake.
U6, U9, U11 HOME
Others away at KCS

Reports from November and December festivals and matches

First one's in - U8 at Cobham C Festival, 3 November. Check it out here
And here's the U10 report from the same festival: here

Hugely impressive win for the U11s at the King's A Festival

Thought everyone should hear of a spectacular triumph by the U11s. 94 points for, 7 against. Total domination and a tremendous report to go with it. See http://wmrfc.co.uk/node/959

Social events coming up: Quiz Night - 15 November, Comedy Night - 29 November

Fun x 2 planned at the clubhouse this month

Hugely popular Quiz Night on 15 November
It will be a cracking good night as in previous years so please do think about coming along and if you haven't already done so. Would be good to get at least one table per age group. Tickets £10 each (inc food). See posters in clubhouse or social@wmrfc.co.uk. Your age group managers will have details, too.

New Comedy Night on 29 November
Our host will be the excellent Chris Gilbert for the evening. Chris will introduce a really funny guy, Adam Bloom, a veteran of the Edinburgh Festival and Mock the Week. Adam will be followed by Christian Reilly, a guy with a very entertaining blend of musical comedy.

Please note: the comedy will be "adult" in nature. You have been warned! Tickets are £15 a head - 7pm for an 8pm start. Contact Una Deed, Social Secretary at social@wmrfc.co.uk or ask Mik behind the bar for tickets.

Wimbledon Rugby Football Club's 150th anniversary - your club needs you!

In 2015 yes, Rugby World Cup year!, Wimbledon RFC will be celebrating its 150th anniversary. To help pull together our celebrations we need to recruit volunteers to help organise the various events. If you can spare some of your time to help out please get in touch via this dedicated email address: wimbledon2015@gmail.com.

It's a real chance to give back to both the club and the local community. Events already planned are:

• An “Opening Ceremony” in January kicking off the celebrations and bringing together all sections of the Club
• A commemorative match recreating the first match the Club played against Richmond FC
• A community day bring together all sections of the local community to celebrate in the grounds of Beverley Meads
• A Celebratory Ball

Do help if you can - your club needs you! Check out the flyer for more info.

Info for C teams playing in the Cobham RFC Mini Festival 3 November 2013

Comprehensive information is on the Cobham website here.

Slightly earlier start (ref and first aider briefings and team registrations all at 0930) and parking is likely to be the challenge we have come to expect at festivals (especially as it has been somewhat wet of late!).

Best of luck if you're chasing silverware to adorn the clubhouse.

New Inclusive Rugby section announced

The club is planning to start an Inclusive Rugby Tag section this year. Aimed at kids with Special Educational Needs we need your help to get this up and running. Details here: http://wmrfc.co.uk/node/948

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