Sunday 6th Pitches Unplayable COMPLETELY NO TRAINING

Latest Report at 9.35am
Disregard previous status - Philip is now at the ground and it is unusable for matches or training today. Christmas lunch plans are UNAFFECTED, have a good time!

U14 fixture against Rosslyn Park is OFF, U14s do not come to the ground.

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Sunday November 22nd Weather Report

Pitches look good this morning, all systems go...

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Christmas Party

One for the Adults:

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Teddington / Rosslyn Park Venue Change

The venue for Sunday's triangular has been changed, please note all Mini age groups are now hosting this fixture at home.

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Wimbledon Christmas Fair - *** This Wednesday ***

Wednesday 18TH NOVEMBER, 9.30AM – 1.00PM

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England vs Australia Tickets

We have an allocation of 15-20 tickets for the England v Australia match on November 7th for members of the club.

Tickets are available (max of two each) at a range of prices - £41, £52, £60, £71 and £85.

If you're interested, email James Boatman (

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Guildfordians Festival U7's Sunday 4th Oct

Sunday saw our first outings for the U7’s at festivals with part of the squad at Kings, and Mike and I down at Stoke Park in Guildford on a lovely October morning.

It was a bit of a learning curve being our first festival but overall the most challenging piece appears to have been putting up the tent!!

The squad for the day consisted of Alex, Olivia, Ralph, Sachin, Louis, Elliot and Henry.

Wings over Wimbledon

A grand sight was to be seen on the field of Barham road this Sunday as 13 teenage girls trained to play rugby. Up to now, despite strenuous efforts by all concerned we have only had a small number of girls at these sessions and our dream of fielding a youth girls team has seemed destined to remain just a dream. This week, following a collaboration with Kings Rugby Club the dream came very close to reality when our combined group took to the field.

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Full Steam Ahead

The new season is now well under way and WRFC is a hive of activity as usual.
Our new intake of under 6s can already boast a 40 strong squad and they are coming on in leaps and bounds so our future is in safe hands. At the other end of the club our numbers may not be quite so high but still looking good. Our ex premiership coach is already starting to make his mark with teams benefiting from his experience even if they don’t always enjoy the plank when they don’t pay attention (you need to be there) We have already held our first coaches Tag course and more courses are planned plus Jane is refreshing our Seal of Approval portfolio ready for our upcoming review.

On the social side plans are afoot for a repeat of the famous May ball in a marquee in the grounds. Those who were lucky enough to make it two years ago will tell you what a fantastic night it was so look out for more details soon. We will also host some events at the cub before then so watch this space.
Our new steward is now settled in and Mick ably assisted by Jana is proving a great success. Their latest attempt to make our Sundays morning more enjoyable has been the installation of a state of the art coffee machine, so those parents not lucky enough to be coaches can get superb cappuccino whilst they wait for their hero to finish his game.

Time to Clean Your Boots

The 09/10 season is almost upon us so it’s time to check your kit and redouble your efforts in pre season training! We will start back on September 6th at 10 a.m. I am looking forward to seeing you all again and to meeting some new members. Age group managers will greet you on arrival with registration forms and Jane and her team will be opening the kit shop and selling everything you could need at the start of the season.
As part of the build up to the season we are holding a coaches and managers meeting at the club on Friday 4th September at 7.30. We need 2 reps from each age group to attend. At this informal meeting you will be able to get answers to any questions you have around registration, child welfare, subs, what beer the club will be selling etc and find out who has taken on the important roles at the club like Mick our new steward and Steve our new sausage man.
Also Adam our new Director of Rugby will be linking up coaches to ensure there is a transfer of learning up and down the age groups. So whether its tips on teaching tackling or lifting in the line out, there will be something for everyone.
So see you there.
John Woods – Chair WM&YRFC

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