Players wanted

PUBLISHED: 12:20 10 January 2012

Royston Town Rugby Club.

Royston Town Rugby Club.

Daniel Wilson

Are you interested in playing rugby for a fantastic, family-friendly rugby club in Royston?

ROYSTON Rugby Club are seeking new senior players to join either their First, Second or Veteran teams.

The club train every Wednesday evening at the excellent training facilities at Bassingbourn Barracks, and the First team play matches in the Herts/Middlesex 2 league on Royston Heath. The Second team compete in the local Greene King Leagues and have only lost twice this season.

The veterans compete in friendlies and also play midweek floodlit matches and make up a strong social core to the club.

The rugby club is an open club for everyone who wishes to join; wives girlfriends and children are welcome to all matches and in the Heath Sports Club afterwards.

Royston’s membership and playing costs are among the lowest in the area and they welcome any player, regardless of ability, to join their ranks.

Any one who is interested please call chairman Colin Letch on 07763229794 for more information.


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