Jack Snell was a truly great Ealing Rugby club man. A true legend of the clubhouse. Always smiling and up for a beer. He will be truly missed

Oliver Miller

I wasn’t at the club too long but Jack was the beating heart and friendly face of the club for me. So very supportive and welcoming, always there to share in your personal wins and losses with his bright outlook. A very pure soul who I looked out for every time I came back to visit. My deepest condolences to the family of this wonderful man. 

Tom Parker (2002-4)

Tom Parker

Very sad news to read. Jack was part of the management team of the 2nd XV when I first arrived from NZ , he was very welcoming and always had time for a chat.

My thoughts and prayers with his family during this difficult time. 

RIP Jack

Leighton Norman

I remember Jack fondly from the days when his son, Jason and I played in the u17s. He was a smashing bloke with a great sense of humour, who supported us every-week come rain or shine.

Andy Golding

Jack was a kind hearted and honest man who, when I worked along side him at the club, always made me smile.  His help was invaluable and he gave me and the club so much.  We shared some special rugby times together.  

God bless you Jack rest in peace Mike, Stephanie,  Louise, Craig and Tom Cudmore 

Mike Cudmore

This is truly sad news as Jack was a great man and went above and beyond for a lot of boys of my generation at Ealing.

Jonathan Haigh

So sorry to hear about Jack Snell this morning condolences to his family.

Gerald Davies

I am so sad to hear that news.Jack was a great bloke and servant of the club for years.He will be missed.

Paul Monteith

That’s sad news.

Jack was a good club man.

Always  helped out with the kit, mini bus driving and at the old club, he used to fill that massive bath in time for a post match dip!

Sad to see him go.

Bill Miller

I was very sorry to hear of Jack passing away. He was a stalwart at the club and the meat raffle was legendary (and mentioned in my best man’s speech!). He helped out with some stuff at my mum’s and we chatted about looking after someone close who was dependent. He truly was, in his understated way, a diamond geezer. 

Chandra Sekar