Amidst the Covid restrictions, along with the Tier 3 restrictions due to be enforced we have some good news!
Our Club shirt is on it's way to Twickenham!
England Rugby is asking the rugby family to help create a visual representation of clubs at Twickenham Stadium during the men's Quilter Internationals, and women's meet with France in November by sending in their shirts to be placed on seats.
“Grassroots rugby is, without doubt, the lifeblood of our game and it must be protected,” said RFU President Jeff Blackett. “That is fundamental in our strategy and we continue to remind Government of that fact.
“It is the rugby family which will ensure long-term growth, once we can see a real return to the game, and we want to make sure that we keep the rugby family together during this crisis. That is why we want to recognise the continuing efforts of our rugby community during the Autumn Nations Cup and Women’s Autumn Internationals.
“You may not be able to take your seats at Twickenham Stadium but our clubs and CBs can be there in spirit. We would like as many as possible to send us their club and county shirts to fill a seat as England Men and Women compete in the Quilter Internationals. We want to create an image which represents the way all of our member clubs and CBs are standing together."