The turning point appeared to be the 2 yellow cards, we conceded 26 points whilst we were down to 13 men. At least we earned a try bonus point as confirmation that the Blues are playing better than a bottom of the league team. 59 – 28
Another rest weekend for the 2nd team.
The 3rd team suffered a surprising defeat at the hands of mid-table Burnage. 11 – 8
The 4th team had a walk over as Sandbach could not get a team together.
We welcome Old Albanian to Priory Park on Saturday, the Blues will be looking for revenge for the 49 – 15 defeat in St Albans. KO 3.00
The Lions head off down the M56 to Chester to try a regain their position at the top of the table. The last visit ended in a very narrow 31 – 29 defeat. KO 2.15
The 3rd team welcome Broughton Park. Smithy’s lads ran out close winners last time. KO 2.15
It should be a close game for the 4th team at Congleton, 2nd position against 4th. KO 2.15
Please take a little time to post your opinions or views on the plans for the new clubhouse and grounds.
Every comment, positive or negative is valuable. For more information on the planning application you can read our dedicated blog post here.
Bill Beaumont County Cup
Cheshire have two home games this year, against East Midlands on May 13th at Caldy RFC KO 3.00pm and the other against Lancashire at Sale FC on May 20th KO at 3.00pm.
Please contact the office if you would like to attend.
MRUFC Golf Day
Date – Friday 12th May 2017
Venue – Macclesfield Golf Club, The Hollins
Cost – £50 per person / £200 for a 4 Ball
Includes – Bacon Butties / 18 holes of Golf / 3 Course evening meal / Prizes
Support your club, a great day out, some golf, great food, a few beers and the chance to win some superb prizes !!
If you want to enter a 4 Ball or just fancy a game (we can make up 4 Balls if you can’t get 4 people) contact
Rob Oliver – firstname.lastname@example.org or 07835 755955
Excellent contribution from Cammy Thomson. If you are considering a visit to The Beerhaus, make sure you take your casino winnings with you, $9 a pint!!
No, not giant hands but small mugs!
The ½ pint mugs have arrived and are available this weekend. We expect to receive photos from school lunch breaks and Sunday lunches with the mug brimming with fizzy pop or at the hairdressers filled with Prosecco.
Good job we didn’t have a home match last Saturday!
The Under 14s won this inaugural tournament on Sunday, winning their group convincingly from Wrexham and Bishops Castle.
A tough semi-final win against Newtown saw the boys into the final against Warrington which they won playing with style, tenacity in defence and a desire that they were not going to return to Priory Park without the trophy.