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Charles Notcutt In Memoriam

Visit Lowestoft, Ipswich Town Centre or Colchester RFC to see Webb Ellis Trophy

Webb Ellis TrophyOn the 11th August The Webb Ellis Trophy will be visiting Ipswich town centre, Colchester RFC and Lowestoft & Yarmouth R.U.F.C

In celebration of this Lowestoft & Yarmouth is hosting an action packed day in which they want to give as many fans as possible the opportunity to see the Webb Ellis Cup and add this experience to their own rugby story of 2015.

The Trophy tour begins on June 10th and will travel through the Republic of Ireland, Scotland, Northern Ireland, Wales and England before it finally arrives at Twickenham Stadium on September 18th for the Opening Ceremony of the Rugby World Cup 2015.

Lowestoft & Yarmouth is expecting the trophy to arrive between 10am and midday on the morning of the 11th. Please go along and join them in what is hoped to be a fun packed and historic day.

Please RSVP to lyrufc.events@gmail.com to enable them to get an idea of numbers for further information please refer to: Rugby World Cup Trophy Tour information can be viewed at www.rugbyworldcup.com/trophy-tour

Contact lyrufc.events@gmail.com | facebook page www.facebook.com/guntonpark | or  http://pitchero.com/clubs/lowestoftyarmouth

Congratulations U14, U16 and Colts

Booty received yesterday for ECRU U14 Cup Runners Up, U16 Cup Runners Up and Colts Plate Runners Up.

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Message to all Valkyries

EJ Stearn scoredMessage from Coach EJ Stearn – Hey girls! We have a very exciting season lined up for you! Planning lots of games and experiences for you at Club and cup level as well as the regional stuff!
There is A LOT ( and I mean a serious amount) of stuff going on behind the scenes to make this happen.
There will be a calendar of event on teamer. If we don’t get responses we will feel there is no point in doing all this hard work.
All I ask is that if you see anything posted on facebook, teamer or you are sent an e.mail please have the courtesy to respond. This goes for training as well.
Steve Fisher is the Team Manager so most contact will be from him. If you hear from me directly consider yourself a very very lucky person or be afraid because I am on the war path! It doesn’t matter if you can’t make something but we just need to know.
Peace out


Aviva screengrabTo all parents, family and friends of Woodbridge Rugby Club Juniors – we are way behind the competition on voting for this Aviva Community Fund grant to provide equipment storage for junior training aids. Please vote and help rally as much further support as possible. Thank you if you have already voted.
To qualify we must register as many votes as possible by 30 May.
Would you please : –
1. log on to www.community-fund.aviva.co.uk/voting/project/view/3341
2. register and
3. vote for our project
Our project is listed under Equipment Storage for Junior Training Aids (it says Suffolk Coastal District Council but it’s us) and you can cast up to 10 votes.
Our location is, of course, Woodbridge.
You could register using a number of email addresses that you have at home or at work – each 10 votes from a different email address counts. Please also forward this to family and friends for their support.
Many thanks
Rob Simpson, John Leming and Bob Double