Family Fun Day

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To celebrate the 1st game of the season against Richmond and the clubs return to National 1 rugby we are holding a family fun day on Saturday the 6th September at Priory Park. The idea is to bring the whole club together at the beginning of the season and provide something for everybody on the day. This will include the mini and juniors, the football section and for adults the first team will commence their campaign in the national league at 3pm against Richmond.

It will be a game not to be missed as first team coach Giles Heagerty and his new look team take to the field. Lots of new players and Giles promises to bring back fast flowing rugby to Priory Park this season to entertain the crowds.

We need all your support on the day to make this a memorable occasion for the club. The fun starts at 12pm and entrance is free before 2pm for everybody. You can stay and watch the first team kick off at 3pm.

The fun starts at 12pm.

  • Free entry for everyone until 2pm.
  • Bar open from 12pm.
  • All day BBQ.
  • Live music.
  • Face painting, bouncy castle, slide and obstacle course, Ice cream van and many more fun activities.
  • Mini/junior touch rugby and football games from 12.30pm.
  • Get fit for summer with our Boot Camp taster sessions.
  • Join in with our tug of war demo.

The Blues are back. – 3pm Kick off against Richmond RUFC.

Then join us for the big one. The Blues kick off the season with a home match against one of the country`s oldest and most famous rugby clubs, Richmond from London.


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