Yes, we have made it!! Having beaten New Zealand in a magnificent Semi-Final, last Saturday morning, we play South Africa this Saturday in the World Cup Final. The game kicks off at 9-00am. Why don’t you come and support England and bring the Webb Ellis trophy home. Order your Full English Breakfast, or Breakfast Roll, when you arrive and it will be ready by half-time (~10am). The bar will be open so you can enjoy a pint, whilst cheering on your team. You really don’t want to miss England winning the World Cup Final. There is loads of interest in this, so get here early. “Rise and Shine” is the motto, so get down to your club this Saturday for a feast of rugby. Lets see England bring home the Trophy. Swing low, sweet chariot, coming …….
We will be hosting a Fireworks Night on Saturday 2nd November, starting at 6pm, hosted by the EBBC. Bonfire favourite Food and drink will be available to purchase on the night. Tombola and sweet stalls. Free to come in, we just ask for a suitable donation.
You, the the members, have given your feedback on the type of party you would like, and we have listened. This year’s NYE Party will be a family affair. We are opening up the whole clubhouse to have one big party where all the family are welcome. The Williams Suite will be predominantly for Adults with a DJ, Dance Floor and “Adult” Buffet. The Middle Bar will be predominantly for Children, where there will be Films, Games and Entertainment, along with a “Children’s” Buffet. The Hardmans Lounge will be a quiet area where Children (or Adults!!) can have a sleep. Everyone is welcome in any part of the “Party”, as it is all one event. Tickets are £12 for Adults and £30 for a family of 4. Starts at 7:30pm and goes on till 1pm. If you want tickets, please contact Steve Ward on 07981-637616, or NYE@sprufc.co.uk
Due to the appalling weather overnight, the 1st XV game against Caldy today has been Cancelled and will be played later this season. The 3rd Team game has also been cancelled. Please pass this message on to anyone you normally attend the game with.
Having beaten Australia in the Quarter-Finals, last Saturday morning, we play New Zealand this Saturday (26th October). The game kicks off at 9-00am. Why don’t you come and support England. Order your Full English Breakfast, or Breakfast Roll, when you arrive and it will be ready by half-time (~10am). The bar will be open so you can enjoy a pint, whilst cheering on your team. You really don’t want to miss England getting through to the World Cup Final. “Rise and Shine” is the motto, so get down to your club this Saturday for a feast of rugby. Lets see England make it through to the Final.
On Saturday we were away to old Cheshire rivals Chester on their artificial pitch. They had taken the honours last season at their ground so we were looking to even up the score and put in a good performance. We had trained well in the week and everyone was looking forward to the challenge. Chester started strongly with a solid set piece and were looking to play direct, open Rugby. They scored first with a penalty after 6 minutes and a converted try on 28 minutes. We did put pressure on their defence but were unable to break them down due to basic errors, turning possession over and giving away silly penalties. Chester extended their lead just before half time with another converted try giving them a 0-17 lead. We started the second half playing much better controlled Rugby which resulted in a great converted try for flying winger Leon […]
Having qualified top of their group, England now play Australia in the Quarter-Finals, on Saturday morning. The game kicks off at 8-15am. Why don’t you come and support England. Order your Full English Breakfast, or Breakfast Roll, when you arrive and it will be ready by half-time (~9am). The bar will be open so you can enjoy a pint, whilst cheering on your team. If you want to stay around, New Zealand are playing Ireland in the second Quater-Final at 11-15am. Should still be breakfast available and the bar will be open. “Rise and Shine” is the motto, so get down to your club this Saturday for a feast of rugby. Lets see England and Ireland make it throught o the Semi-Finals.
Last Saturday we played Hinckley at home in the 6th game of the season. Four wins and a loss in the previous games had put us in a well deserved third place in the league just four points behind leaders Caldy. Previous encounters against Hinckley had always been difficult and we knew that we would have to put in a big performance if we were to take the points. We started strongly with a well taken penalty from Steve Collins within the first five minutes. Hinckley came back with an unconverted try after seventeen minutes but we further extended our lead with another penalty from Steve and a converted try for centre Jack Metcalf on the half hour. Then just before half time a wonder try for flying winger Leon Simpson after fantastic handling by the whole of our back line converted by Oli Glasse. 20-5 up at the interval. […]
As you will have all seen in the media, the England v France World Cup game has been cancelled, therefore our World Cup Breakfast is also cancelled tomorrow. We will resume this next Saturday for the Quarter Final Game.
It is with great pleasure that we welcome Hinckley RFC to Park Lane for this National League Two league fixture. Greetings to all their playing squad, management and travelling supporters to what surely must be yet another exciting game in this ever-improving league. Leicestershire outfit Hinckley were promoted into this league three seasons ago and have proved to be very formidable opponents. Their first season saw them finish in a very creditable 9th position and have been front runners in the league, particularly in the early part of each season.Since then in season 17/18 they finished 5th and in 18/19 finished 10th. This season however they have had a more difficult start, which in their case probably means that we are to see a strong second half! Last season it was a tough day out for us in our November trip to Hinckley and came away following a fairly comprehensive […]