World Cup rugby on TV this August - it's the Women's World Cup

Support England this August as the women's team aims to overturn three finals defeats on the bounce to the Black Ferns and win the Women's World Cup in France. 1st to 17th August are the dates. So this Friday night you've got a cracking excuse to crack open a Kronenbourg or two whilst you watch the first game.

All the games are on Sky TV and you can follow what's happening on these Twitter accounts @EnglandRugby, @RFU_Surrey and @SurreyRugby and by using these hashtags #CarryThemHome and #WRWC2014

The dates of the games are on the attached poster

New 7s tournament at Wimbledon RFC - 26 July 2014 - The Jack Fishwick Sevens

A big family day is being organised to raise funds for Jack Fishwick, a Wimbledon RFC 1st XV player, tragically injured last season. Starting at 11am, there will be lots of rugby, a BBQ and no doubt a few beers. A live band will top off the day.

If you want to enter a team it's just £200. More details from Anna:

And there's details on the senior club's site here

Fundraising boxing fight - Saturday 21 June - Silvermere Fighting Academy

Craig Hunter's boxing at Silvermere Fighting Academy (behind the golf club), Redhill Road, Cobham this Saturday (21 June 2014). He's raising money for Jack Fishwick, a senior club player, who had a tragic accident whilst playing for the 1st XV (see more here). The event runs from 6 to 8pm; Craig's due on around 7pm. Beers being poured in the golf club afterwards. If you want more info or, even better, to sponsor Craig email him at

Harlequins summer rugby camp at Wimbledon Rugby Club - 28 to 30 July

Kids need to burn off energy during the long summer break? Then sign them up to the Harlequins rugby camp at Wimbledon RFC, Barham Road, SW20 from Monday 28 July to Wednesday 30 July 2014. There's a flyer attached and you can find more info or book at:

Flyer here

Wimbledon Rugby Football Club - End of season party 2013/14

A jam-packed clubhouse saw the Minis (U6 to U12s) celebrate a great end of season today, 11 May 2014. Almost all of the 450 kids were there to celebrate our achievements. Big thanks to Una Deed and all her volunteers for making the day both fun and successful.

The most improved and players of the year were:

Most improved player - Finlay Todd
Player of the season - Lucas Luckin

Most improved player - Thomas Poynter
Player of the season - Kieran O'Connell

Most improved player - Matty Corkum
Player of the season - Max Carsosi

Most Improved Player of the year - Trae Barns
Player of the Season – Harry Hocking

Most improved player - Noah Stevens.
Player of the season - Edward Ellis

Most improved player - Nathan Hinds
Player of the season - Ed Volley

Most improved player - Max Smeby
Players player of year Tom Wooldridge

End of Wimbledon RFC 2013/14 season party - 11 May 2014

Two weekends of rugby left: 4 and 11 May. The end-of-season family day is on the 11th. Join us to celebrate a great season's action from 12 noon to 4pm (ie after training). Food, tombola, 200ft inflatable assault course (suitable for adults & children), human table football (also for adults & children) and a 12ft bouncy castle (up to 12 years old) should help the afternoon fly by. The bar will also have beverages on offer!

Donations of sweets and gifts for the tombola appreciated. Please get in touch with Una Deed ( if you can help.

Wimbledon RFC Mini & Youth stalwart playing at Twickenham

This Sunday (4 May 2014) Daniel Laventure, a lad who has played all the way from U7 to U18 at our club, turns out for Northumberland in the U20 County Championship final at Twickenham. The match featuring Daniel, against Yorkshire, kicks off at 5pm but the day starts at 11am with four games to be played on the day. With tickets only a fiver for the day on sale on the gate it's well worth a trip to Twickers.

Northumberland's semi final match report is here

His dad, Steph, sent the following pic to celebrate the moment/embarrass his son (you decide which)

U11s Spring magazine is here

See the attached brilliant document showing us all how newsletters should be done.

League success for U17s and U18s

This weekend saw the U18s play their last ever game (a 40-10 friendly win), having secured the Division 2 championship a couple of weeks ago.

The U17s went one better by winning the Division 1 championship, the first time ever for a Wimbledon side. They also have a National Cup final to come!

Pitch plan for this Sunday (9 March)

It's gonna be warm, 16 degrees - great news.

Most of the minis are away to H&F (at their grounds at Hurlingham Park,, training starts at 10am and there's parking there, too)

Others U6, U7 at home, U8 at Kings, U11 are hosting a squad from Cobham and the U12s are playing a fixture against Esher at home.

The U14s have a league match and the other youth teams are training.

We had expected the U17s to play Tonbridge Juddians in a national Quarter final but they have withdrawn - so Wimbledon are through to the Semis on the 23rd of March.

Pitch plan

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