Thursday 1st April
How much fun was that!! Great to be back to rugby, with the outrageous dummies, miraculous pick ups, coach killer kicking attempts and laughs all around, same again next week
Saturday 27th March
Hey everyone, as of Monday we’re able to commence rugby activities, WooHoo.
We’ll be up and running on Wednesday at 6pm for a friendly game of touch rugby.
If you want to catch up with some friends for a bit of a run out, or come down to the club for the first time, everyone is welcome provided you don’t have any COVID-
After the cancellation of rugby last year I can’t wait to get back on the pitch, please come along and lift the lockdown blues.
Tuesday 16th March
As the latest lockdown draws to a close our thoughts turn towards getting rugby underway again.
Training can start anytime from 29th March, so we’re holding a touch rugby session at 6pm on Wednesday 31st March.
We play in Cumbria division 1 and are looking for players for the 2021/22 season and also any rugby activity we can get underway this season.
As well as an excellent social scene, typified by the vibrant summer beer garden, we are ambitious on the rugby field. We’re building a team and environment that will help all players to improve and achieve their goals. So if you want to get involved in our exciting improvement journey please get in touch via fb or contact head coach Dai Humphreys
Friday 5th March
You need this date in your Diary:-
Wednesday 20th January 2021
I thought I would do a bit of a round up as to what has happened over the passed year those with a good enough memory will remember the last game played at the Strawberry Grounds was on the 7th March against Upper Eden.
Then we were hit with the Pandemic and lots of rules and regulations to follow depending what tier we were in. Thankfully the Rules and the weather allowed us to enjoy food and drinks outside until the weather and the rules changed.
We were given fixtures for the 2020 -
Arrangements were made to progress a limited Bonfire night, but this was rapidly given the no go.
Things seemed to be getting better until a full lock down was forced on the UK just after Christmas.
You will have noticed that the Six nations Forecast Draw whish we have held for years, had to be abandoned, with a lot of people not working, or on Furlough we were unsure who could sell the tickets or even those available to purchase them.
What next: Who knows, we may even see the return to using the grounds once again during the Summer, but I don’t think we will be given the go ahead for grass roots till at least the start of the 21 -
The Strawberry Grounds
Croslands Park Road
Barrow in Furness
Cumbria, LA13 9NH