Thursday 15th March
We now have the date for the Furness v Egremont game that was postponed on the 17th February. We will now play them as our last game of the season on the 21st April.
Tuesday 13th March
Well the last instruction about Easter Saturday didn’t take long -
Monday 12th March
Copy of an instruction from the RFU North Competitions Committee. Basically any team could be asked to play Easter Saturday.
Easter Saturday, 31 March 2018
Would all Clubs please note that owing to the large number of League games still to be played, as a result of the extreme weather encountered this past Winter, it has been decided by the RFU North Divisional Organising Committee, that Easter Saturday, 31 March 2018, will have to be used as a designated League Saturday.
This decision is regretted, but found to be necessary, as there is currently a backlog of 150 outstanding League games still to be played in the North.
In addition, Clubs are also advised that it may be necessary to ask League Secretaries to prioritise those outstanding League fixtures involving teams who are involved in either Promotion and or Relegation issues.
Also as previously announced, Clubs are reminded that the current season does not officially end until Monday 28 May 2018, and therefore in some cases, Clubs may be asked to fulfil League fixtures during the month of May 2018.
Sunday 11th March
The 200 Club March draw was held in the clubhouse today. The results can be found here.
Sunday 11th March
The updated league tables and today's league results can be found here. A match report on the Cockermouth game can be found here.
Saturday 3rd March
Well the Beast from the East has struck, at the moment we are one of two games called off in the Cumbria League, I think we can expect that to rise quite rapidly. Looking at the leagues above us it is looking like a day without Rugby, unless you are in front of the Big Screen in the clubhouse. Hopefully we will see a few of you there.
Sunday 25thth February
Saturday 17th February.
Pictures show Chris trying to recover his wellies in one of the worst parts of the pitch, and the other ruts still full of water. Of course it rained Friday night making things a little worse.
Saturday 17th February
After an early pitch inspection it was decided to call off today’s game against Egremont the pitch has had a lot of rain since new year and no time to really dry out, or for Chris to get the tractor on (not without getting it stuck). Hopefully a few more dry days will see the offending parts of the ground recover and enable normal play. But there is Rugby and football on the big screen so get up and enjoy the atmosphere.
Tuesday 6th February Mallys Match report for the Whitehaven game can be found here.
Some completed Forecast tickets are now starting to trickle in, make sure you have your tickets, if you do have please fill them in and get then back to me or your supplier ASAP
Sunday 14th January
Sunday 7th January
Only 2 league games played yesterday, the results and updated league tables can be found HERE.
Here is the link to the NW Email site wich gives Photographs and Chris’s report of the New Years game against Orsted
Thursday 4th January
The postponed League Cup match against Carlisle 2 has now been re-
Tuesday 2nd January
If you are all not already aware the Cup game away at Carlisle this Saturday (6th) has been postponed. Carlisle will now play Windermere in a re-
Monday 1st January
Lee White Memorial game -
Saturday 11th November
Opening and manning the Abbey road gate meant we were able to get the crowds into the ground much quicker and for the first time in years we were able to keep to the timetable.
Another Spectacular Firework Bonanza that was timed at 27 minutes
(No Wonder Chris got a round of applause after it was over)
A BIG thank you to everyone that helped make it a success,
the volunteers who helped before, during and after the event
Tuesday 21st February
Derek Asbury has been busy and unearthed a lot of Information on our very first president Edward Wadham from 1902-
Monday 21st November
Col Brannon visited the Juniors training session yesterday, click here for a few of his photos.
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What’s on at the Club this Weekend
Saturday 17th March
Italy v Scotland -
England v Ireland -
Wales v France -
Liverpool v Watford -
Man Utd v Brighton -
Sunday 18th March
Bath v Exeter -