Middlesex Rugby News
The Middlesex Schools Under 13 Festival, sponsored by iLite, took place at St James Senior School for Boys on Monday 28th November, the first of a five day feast of schools rugby.
Middlesex Vice President John D M King died on Saturday 12th November 2016 in hospital. John, who was an Old Millhillian, was a loyal devotee to the cause of Middlesex Rugby
Finchley RFC will be holding a memorial service for club stalwart Rita Connelly who died earlier this year
The RFU has announced that a new Women’s Competition will be launched in September 2017, replacing the current Women’s Premiership.
Amateur Rugby club Wasps FC, based in West London, has appointed leading international rugby coach Giselle Mather
A team from Ruislip RFC is raising money for the RFU Injured Player Foundation by riding the 100 mile Prudential Ride London on 31st July 2016
Former England rugby captain Maggie Alphonsie joins the RFU Council as changes are announced at the AGM
Belsize Park, one of London’s most central clubs, has won the RFU President’s Award for player recruitment for recruiting hundreds of new players in the past few years.
England Rugby is promoting the story of Herts / Middlesex Merit Table league organiser Fred McCarthy as part of National Volunteer Week, which recognises volunteers as being at the heart of the game.
Middlesex competitions chairman Andrew Smart served on the NW Group committee with Fred Ellis for many years and was proud to be asked to deliver a eulogy for his long time friend at his funeral at Hendon Crematorium on Monday 6th June.
Belsize Park has scooped an award for player recruitment at the 2016 RFU President’s Awards, following a record number of entries across the ten categories this year.
Sunday 8 May threw up a gloriously open Middlesex Cup Final at Duke’s Meadows, Chiswick’s home ground, between local rivals Chiswick and their neighbours CS Rugby 1863