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Last Weekend

“We should have won”!  Came the cry once again. If the Blues had won the matches that they ‘should’ have won, we would be in a more comfortable place. As it is, we are looking forward to shorter away match travelling next season. 18-21

No other adult matches were played last weekend, even so the 3rd team have gained promotion to the new Championship. Congratulations to all.


This Weekend

Another home match this Saturday for the Blues, this time Blackheath take the railroad north. Expect some top quality, fast, free running rugby. KO 3.00pm

The Lions hope to maintain their league position as they welcome Chester to Priory Park. We are hoping for an early kick off on the main pitch. KO 1.00pm (TBC)

After gaining promotion, the 3rd team have a great opportunity to claim the second spot in the league. A win at Warrington in the penultimate game could see Smithy’s boys leapfrog Wirral. KO 3.00pm

Even a home win against whipping boys Trafford Metrovick leaves the 4th team relying on results from third position Congleton. This will be our lads’ last match this season, but Congleton have three matches left which could see them snatching our promotion position! KO 3.00pm


Blackheath Lunch

This is the last formal lunch of the season and there are still a few places left, book as soon as you can please – jonathan@maccrugby.co.uk

12.30 for 1.00pm prior to the 3.00pm kick off against the oldest club in the world. Enjoy a quality two course meal for just £15 + entry fee – unbelievable! You can book your space online here: https://www.macclesfieldrufc.co.uk/product/blackheath-pre-match-meal/

Menu

To Start: Chicken & vegetable soup Bread roll and butter

Main: Cumberland sausages served in a giant Yorkshire pudding with onion gravy Mashed potatoes Green beans Carrot & swede


Grand National

The big race will be shown at the club on all screens at 5.15pm on Saturday and complimentary sandwiches will be available after “Emperors Choice” wins at 100-1.


Hayden Bowen

As a reminder, the Funeral Service will take place at 10.30 a.m. on Tuesday, 18th April 2017 at the Parish Church of St Thomas, Henbury followed by Interment in the Churchyard.  Donations may be made, if so desired, in favour of the Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund.

Refreshments will be available afterwards at the club.

 


Beer Festival – Help!

The organisers are looking for help with this year’s Beer Festival. Please take a look at the following link: http://us10.campaign-archive2.com/?u=02fa72eb62a8ed676735a9eda&id=d6bce8a9b8&e


History of Macclesfield RUFC

There is bags of really interesting information about the history of our club on the website. There is even a video starring our very own, in house luvvie – Wilkey.

Have a look https://www.macclesfieldrufc.co.uk/the-club/mrufc-history/

Good Luck!


Mike Keeling

Keep an eye open for our very own Mike Keeling taking to the field this Saturday. If selected, he will have a run (walk) out for the 4th team as they take on Trafford Metrovick.

Mike must be the only playing member that played for MRUFC when we were based at Tytherington. Unless you know better?

It will leave us short of Gate Staff though!


Players Dinner

The Players Awards Dinner will take place in the Prior Suite on 4th May at 7.00pm. This is always a popular night so grab a table whilst you can. Just £20 per head.


Sporting Dinner

There has been a mistake with the cost of the annual Sporting Dinner, it should be £40, not £45. Apologies for any confusion.

There are still a few places available, make sure you book as soon as you can – jonathan@maccrugby.co.uk.

It will be a great night, you really don’t want to miss it!


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