A letter from the Chairman

4th November 2020, 21:10

Good evening players, members and supporters.

Well its been an eventful few days with the news from the RFU that all adult league rugby is to be cancelled for the 2020/21 season and then to hear that we will be on lockdown once again and will need to close the club.

Further to this, today we have heard that all age grade rugby is to stop and there can be no training of any type and that we have moved back to level A on the return to rugby road map!!

This has been a difficult year so far for the club but with the continued support of the membership we can see this through, this is why your membership is so important to the clubs future and to the club as a whole.

So I would personally like to thank everyone who has already paid and help to keep our club in the stable position that it is in, if you are yet to pay please log on to the website click on the shop tab and select the relevant membership section.

Also I would like to thank all of those that have made donations, sponsored and given money to the club in this difficult time, it really means a lot to us all and will help us future proof our club for the future generations.

Henry Thompson raised £750I would also like to give a special mention to Henry Thompson from the under 10's who has raised an amazing £750 for the club by cycling 100 miles !! Henry wanted to support the club during lockdown so embarked on his epic ride, the full story can be seen in this weeks North Somerset Times.

Great job Henry !

Finally I would like to wish everyone a safe lockdown and we will see you on the other side !

Neil Tucker
Club Chairman


31st October 2020

Well, this isn't a good read on the RFU Website. No more local rugby until September 2021! Will anyone be available then? Who would've retired? Will Tucks look any older? Who knows what's happening, but we'll see you all at the club in December sometime. Stay safe and take care.

Six Nations Update

2nd November 2020

Six Nations 2020 Round 5 Results

Mike Bigwood has won the competition. He was a reluctant entrant back in January, but Al Cates persuaded him it was a good idea! See you in the pub in December Mike.

Pete Hand had been leading and was probably looking forward to winning, but due to a clerical error by the idiot that does the spreadsheet, he has dropped down to fourth. Apologies Pete, I owe you a pint.

The prizes were £90, £65, £40, £20, £10 and £5 and will hopefully be delivered soon, but probably now after Lockdown 2.0. The club received £250 as a donation during Lockdown 1.0, but could do with a few more during this one please.

The Six Nations website is here.