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Evergreens 33-22 H&F Vets

A cold and crisp late November evening at Vallis Way provided another set of perfect conditions for a key top of the table clash between these two stalwart West London Vets teams, more used to […]

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Gordon Griffiths RIP – Funeral Arrangements

I  have just been advised that Gordon’s funeral arrangements are as follows: On  Friday  22nd November at 1-30pm at  Llwydcoed Crematorium, 1 Ty Newydd, Llwydcoed, Aberdare, CF44 0DJAfterwards at Beaufort Arms , 22 Main Street, […]

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Mixed Ability rugby at Ealing

This is a pioneering project to involve people with disabilities in rugby. Mixed Ability Rugby Union teams have able-bodied players alongside team-mates with learning and/or physical disabilities.  Ealing Trailfinders Rugby Club aims to create such […]

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British Heart Foundation – for David Pluckrose

Club stalwart Phil Regan is fundraising for the British Heart Foundation because, in Phil’s words “I am raising money by entering the Prudential 100 for British Heart Foundation because my friend David can’t.” If you’d like to […]

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Coach Calling – Concussion

You are no doubt aware of the current focus on concussion in sport and in rugby in particular. Please would you take a few minutes to read the below information, it is important.

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Play for the Men’s Section

We run four amateur teams: a highly competitive amateur first and second team squad playing L6 rugby, an Exiles team which enjoys the social aspects of the game, and the Evergreens over 35s team means there is a standard of rugby to suit everyone.

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Why rugby has backs – Explained at last

It is largely unknown to players and followers of the modern game that rugby started off purely as a contest for forwards in opposition in line-outs, scrums, rucks and mauls. This pitted eight men of statuesque physique, supreme fitness and superior intelligence in packs against one another.

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