Following Government advice, the RFU has taken the decision to suspend all Rugby with immediate affect. This is the message from the RFU: “Following government advice, the RFU will suspend all rugby activity in England, at both professional and community level. Rugby activity includes club training, league and cup matches plus rugby education courses from 17 March until 14 April subject to continued review. The decision has been taken following government advice in the interests of players, coaches, referees, volunteers, supporters and the wider rugby union community. Where possible, players at all levels are encouraged to maintain their own personal fitness and keep active during this time, while following government guidelines about safe distance and safe exercise environments. The RFU will continue to review and monitor government advice and will provide detailed updates on the impact to the season in the coming weeks.” We are having a meeting of our […]
To all members, we are just over 2 weeks away from the Whitefield Festival (The date for The Whitefield Festival is 28th June – 30th June 2019). Now is the time I am looking for Volunteers to help support our major fundraiser of the year, We need you to help man the bar over the weekend, mainly on Friday Night and Saturday. Below is a Bar Rota and ask all of you to try and give an hour of your time. If we can get 30 or 40 to give an hour, that will make my job a lot easier and let me focus on making the weekend a major success. We will have T-shirts and a few beers for those who help out. Come and make the weekend a great fundraiser. Email me on firstname.lastname@example.org to volunteer and let me know what time you can give. Thanks. Steve Ward
Sedgley Park have been chosen to be the recipient of this seasons Lancashire Senior Club of the Year.
Sedgley Park extended their winning run to eight matches with a fine 28-12 victory over Fylde at Woodlands.
A fun-filled family Event, with Music, Children’s Rides and Beer Festival.
Chester’s top two ambitions suffered a setback in Round 28 as Sedgley Park extended their winning streak to seven matches with a victory over the promotion hopefuls 45-7.
South Leicester’s time in National Two North is almost over as they fell to a seventh straight defeat against Sedgley Park 10-42.
Sedgley Park maintained their excellent recent form as they made it five wins on the spin against Stourbridge 42-7.
Hull Ionians’ march towards promotion from National Two North was halted after they suffered a first home defeat of the season against a superb Sedgley Park outfit 27-34.
Richard Lepori’s brace of tries earned Sedgley Park a bonus-point 31-10 win over Hinckley as their strong finish to the season continues