How to find us.

Furness Rugby Union Football Club was founded in 1902 and is one of only two Rugby Union Teams in Barrow in Furness. Even though we have a large ground it is not one of the easiest to find:-

       Follow the A590 to Barrow, after passing the Golf Course on the right, take the first left on the roundabout and follow the sign for Furness Abbey, take the second exit on the next mini roundabout, follow the road past the Hospital, which is on the right, continue for a further half a mile (you are now on Abbey Road). Look for a standard Post box on the left (Ostley House on the right) and turn there into Croslands Park Road, continue for a further 200 yards and turn right along side the first bungalow down a very narrow driveway. This is the entrance to The Strawberry Grounds. The access is NOT large enough for buses so they will have to remain parked on Croslands Park Road.







  The Club itself is entirely self supporting and depends on the Income from its members over the Clubhouse bar and sponsors to keep our Teams operating.

    If you wish to become a member of the club, either a player supporter or Social member do not hesitate to turn up or contact any of the telephone numbers or email address on this web site.

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Monday 23rd May

   Click here for Col’s Group photos of the lads who were on tour. There are over 150 shots on the Furness Group site on Facebook if you want to go through them all


Friday 20th May

   The tour bus to Wales left the clubhouse at 13:15, heading to Ulverston to pick up those with late pass outs, taking a total of 27 on the trip. There were enough cans and ice probably to see them as far as Wales and back again. Lets hope they have a great tour, and I’m sure we will hear all of the tales on their return


Tuesday 17th May

  Well another Club dinner passes by, and comments are varied from all, the main one being ”It was a brilliant night”. I think we all appreciate that the clubhouse makes for a “cosy” night, especially seating a 100 people. But the benefits to the club by using our own facilities are enormous. If the clubhouse was bigger I’m sure we would continue to fill it. A big thanks must go to Becky, Kelsey, Jacki, Amie and Faye, who put in full shifts from 6 pm until after 3 am. Without their invaluable help we would struggle to make the event such a success.

   Friday the 20th May sees about 27 members heading off to Pwllheli in North Wales. Meeting in the Clubhouse at 11am, the bar will be open, so you will all be able to start filling up your systems before boarding the coach at 1pm, picking up a few on the way.


Thursday 5th May

  We now have the date for the Final of the Cumbria League Cup. This will be at Millom next Wednesday (11th May) Kick of at 6.30 pm. Probably not the best day of the week to organise and play a game of rugby, but both teams are in the same boat. I will update with any further news and information as and when I receive it.


Tuesday 3rd May

*** Club Dinner ***

   Final call for numbers for the club dinner. Mally would  appreciate it if those who have ordered tickets whether for themselves or others get their money to him as soon as possible as he want’s to try and avoid having to collect money at the door on what will be a very busy night for him and others involved in the organisation of the event


 Thanks.


Sunday 1st May

  Click here for Ian’s match report on yesterdays cup game against Cockermouth and a few of the other Brannon’s photos.



Wednesday 27th April

   Well  the Cumbria 2 league has now finished with a disappointing number of cry off for a lot of teams. Our 2nds have now finished the season with seven (7) walk overs. The lads managed to travel to ALL of their away matches.  So that was 6 home games missed during the season. Let’s see what next season brings,Then maybe we will have to make the decision stay or move the team elsewhere.


Friday 22nd April

    On Wednesday Furness opened its doors to say farewell to one of its players, Lee White. Family and friends turned up to reminisce and have a drink or two, and to see Lee off in style. Well Lee must have been up there smiling on everyone as they managed to drink the club dry of it’s stock of lager by downing over 500 pints of the amber liquid, in less than 5 hours. Not forgetting the other beverages that were also drunk. A fitting farewell to a big hearted Furness Player who like many at the club enjoyed a pint or two.


Monday 11th April

  Mally’s tongue in cheek report on this Moresby game can be found here.


Friday 8th April

   The 2nd team home game against Ambleside has been postponed, as neither club could find anyone to referee the game. The game will be played as a double header next week when we are due to play them at  Galava Park.


Wednesday 6th April

Club Annual Dinner

 

   On Friday 13th May in the Clubhouse, Club will be open from 6 pm for those who want an early drink, but everyone should be seated by 7:30 pm. Tickets are selling well, book them for a table or individually, but do get in touch with Mally on 07958 334607 ASAP to reserve your space.  Tickets are sold on a first come first served basis and they must be paid for before the event.


Sunday 27th March

   The Cumbria League tables have just been adjusted to show that Creighton have resigned from the league. Unfortunately this has dropped us from 5th to 7th in the league, we have lost 159 playing points and 10 league points. The updated table can be found here..

  Click here for a few of Col Brannon’s photos from yesterdays game against Windermere. Plus the match report from Ian McAllister


Saturday 26th March

  We have just been informed that Cockermouth beat Moresby 24 - 5. This now gives us a Home draw against Cockermouth in the Semi-Final of the Cumbria League Cup the Date tba.

 

Wednesday 23rd March

  It’s going to be busy this weekend at Furness with two home games, the rearranged Cup game against Windermere on Friday, and then we should at last see the 2nds play at the Strawberry grounds on Saturday against Carlisle. Come along and support the Blues.


Sunday 13th March

We also had the 200 Club Draw today, the full list of winners is here.





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Club Opening Hours

Monday - Thursday:- Closed     Friday: 19:30 - 23:00

Saturday:-  13:00 - 23:00        Sunday:- 14:00 - 22:00

Crusaders

   A dozen or so of interested parties at Furness have got together and are in the process of kick starting our Junior section back into life.. If you have a child who may be interested or maybe you would like to help out in any small way. Click here and go to the Crusaders page and contact the group to register your interest

Furness

Rugby

The Strawberry Grounds, Croslands Park Road, Off Abbey Road,

Barrow in Furness, Cumbria, LA13 9LA

Tel:- 01229 825226  Email:-    

Furness Rugby Union Football Club Founded 1902