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14 Jan 18: Around the Grounds

National 1: After last week’s win, leaders Coventry slipped up this week, going down to a heavy 61-29 defeat at fifth placed Blackheath, DMP posted a 41-7 win against Mosely to stay second with Plymouth Albion were 0-26 winners at bottom club Fylde.  Ampthill drew 29-29 at Esher to maintain fourth place.  The foot of the division remains anchored by Fylde, but in the clash between the two other clubs in the drop zone saw Albanians post a solid 50-28 win against Hull Ionians to close the gap, although both clubs are at least 5-points shy of Loughborough and safety as the Students lost out narrowly, 21-25 to visiting Elthamians.  The bottom four are other 7-points adrift of Esher who drew, and Rosslyn Pk who were 20-22 winners at Bishops Stortford.  The mid-table fixture between Cambridge and Caldy was postponed.

National 2(S):  Cinderford fremain 4-points clear after a 17-31 win at Ldn Irish WG, whilst second placed Chinnor returned to winning ways with a narrow 29-31 win at third placed Redingensians. Taunton’s 66-15 win against bottom club Wimbledon keeps them in fourth, 14-points clear of fifth club Redruth who fell to a high scoring 46-43 loss at Worthing.  At the bottom end of the table, Wimbledon prop up the table with above them who lost 31-24 at Clifton and O Redcliffians above them after they suffered a 48-29 loss at Canterbury, and with a 9-point gap to Clifton and  safety for the bottom three, they now look the favourites to go down. In the mid-table encounters Henley lost out 15-20 to visiting TJs whilst BSE beat Barnstaple 39-25.

London Premier:  A 33-44 win at fourth placed Hertford keeps Guernsey 5-points clear at the top in addition to denting their opponents challenge; Tring sit in second spot with a 22-31 win at Tunbridge Wells and Barnes’ 19-32 win at Dorking keeps them third.  Realistically the battle for the promotion placings is now between these four clubs.  At the foot of the table bottom club Towcestrians lost out 42-26 at S&E, whilst Westcombe Pk just above them were nilled by 43 points at Westcliff, Southend complete the bottom three and posted a useful 34-26 win against Shelford, a result that sees them the fourth bottom club but with a 10-point cushion to today’s opposition. In mid-table Sidcup were 4726 winners against visiting Guildford.

London 1(S): Leaders Medway were pushed hard at Sevenoaks but prevailed with a 29-37 win, whilst CS Rugby keep station in second place after a tight 13-16 win at Chichester, a result that whilst not ending, may have severely dented the Sussex club’s challenge.  Havant stay third after they won 14-30 at bottom club Maidstone.  Elsewhere at the foot of the table Gravesend lost out 29-7 at Ldn Cornish, whilst Colfes posted a 39-29 win against Tottonians to move out of the drop zone and are replaced by Thurrock who lost 36-25 at Chobham. The remaining fixture saw Cobham just edge out hosts Brighton with a 26-30 scoreline.

London 2(SE):  Leaders Dartfordians won 8-27 at Charlton Pk whilst Hove stay second after a narrow 20-15 win against Haywards Heath, those results combine with Horsham’s 32-24 win over Beckenham see the sussex club move into third place.  The bottom of the table is beginning to look cut and dried, with another one-sided scoreline as barking went down 88-0 at H&W, whilst Pulborough were overturned 78-7 at Dover.  D&B are third bottom and went down 14-37 at home to Alleynians, although on today’s showing  it would take a remarkable turn of events for their 11-point safety net to the drop zone to be bridged by the bottom two

London 3(SE):  Thanet Wdrs stay top after a 42-24 win over a struggling Park Hse side very much involved in the relegation struggle, Aylesford remain in second spot following a 27-13 win against mid-table Crowborough. Dunstonians remain third after a thumping 65-12 win against a Folkestone outfit that are now being drawn into the relegation struggle, whilst fourth placed Bromley drew 17-17 with O Wills.  At the bottom a 27-0 defeat for Crawley sees them anchored to the foot of the table, as well as checking H&B’s slide down the table.  A 55-0 defeat at Lewes for Sheppey sees them lloking nailed on certainties for the drop, alongside Crawley, with the other relegation place now looking to be a battle between Park Hse & Folkestone.

Kent 1:  I’ve mentioned how tight this table is at both the top and bottom before but let’s get the formality of the leaders result out of the way first; Beccehamians got back to winning ways after last week’s narrow defeat with a 20-5 result against HSBC. A 28-12 defeat for Kings Coll at Vigo sees them drop from second to sixth with their opposition up to third, Anchorians move from  third to second after they beat Southwark 20-25, whilst Ashford move up to fourth following a 5-46 victory over bottom club Sittingbourne.  Cranbrook completes the top half with a 39-30 win against RBS.  In the bottom half of the table no change in the bottom two who are Sittingbourne and Southwark, with NAG just above them after a 5-40 defeat to visiting OGs who now look like they have enough leeway to steer themselves to safety.  However, stand by for another shuffle of the pack in two weeks’ time.

Kent 2:  Brockleains go to the top of the table courtesy of a HWO against Greenwich and Whitstable falling to a 14-8 defeat at third placed Foots Cray, all of which sees the top three separated by just 4-points.  Lordswood are some way off the pace in fourth after a 5-53 win at Dartford Valley, whilst in the only other fixture, Faversham suffered a similar heavy defeat going down to a 5-66 thumping by visiting Bexley.  The only other scheduled fixture saw Askean receive a HWO against bottom club Snowdown.

10 Jan 18: Around the Grounds

National 1: Leaders Coventry picked up where they left off before the break with a 52-5 win against struggling O Albanians who remain in the bottom two, whilst DMP continue in second spots despite their fixture against Cambridge being postponed, Plymouth Albion’s match against Bishops Stortford was also postponed and they slipped to fourth with Ampthill moving above them after a 21-14 win against Blackheath.  At the bottom of the table Fylde were well beaten 55-10 at Elthamians, whilst Hull Ionians complete the bottom three following their 13-29 loss to visiting Moseley. A 71-14 hammering for Loughborough St at Caldy means they are by no means clear of danger, and likewise for Rosslyn Pk, although a high scoring 44-37 win against Esher just above them would have brought some New Year cheer.

National 2(S):  The mid-season break appears to have disturbed Chinnor’s momentum as they slipped to a 20-35 home defeat to mid-table Ldn Irish WG; no such woes for Cinderford who beat Henley 34-6 to take over top spot. It is looking like a two horse race, with Redingensians 9-points adrift of the top two despite a useful 39-26 victory over Worthing. Early pace setters Taunton sit fourth following a comfortable 12-53 win at Barnstaple and have clear water between themselves and Redruth who went down 33-28 to bottom club Wimbledon.  Above the SW London club Broadstreet did their survival hopes some good with a narrow 12-7 win against Canterbury, as did O Redcliffians who complete the bottom three despite a solid 24-14 win against BSE. In the last of the fixtures, Clifton’s 17-10 defeat at TJs sees them flirting now just above the danger zone and in need of a good result after six consecutive defeats.

London Premier:  Guernsey’s 27-11 win against Tunbridge Wells keeps them at the top of the pile with a chasing pack of three contenders. Of the three Hertford slipped to fourth after a 34-16 defeat at Barnes who take over second spot, whilst Tring occupy third after they beat S&E 40-12.  At the foot of the table two of the bottom three were in action against each other, with Westcombe Pk just shading the encounter with bottom side Towcestrians 25-24, although the result was not enough to move them out of the bottom three, although it narrowed the gap to 10-points after Sidcup lost out 47-12 at Westcliff. Southend also remain in the bottom three after they lost 31-25 at Guildford, whilst Shelford posted a good 57-24 win against mid-table Dorking to move themselves up a place.

London 1(S): The Medway juggernaut continues to roll with a 29-0 win over Thurrock, whilst CS Rugby are just three points adrift after they beat Brighton 48-24 to establish an 8-point buffer to Havant who take over third spot with a 38-12 win over Chichester.  A 24-12 win for Tottonians sees them in fifth, but some way off the pace of the leading contenders.  Above Maidstone, Gravesend lost out 15-21 to Chobham whilst Colfes complete the bottom three after they lost out 13-6 a Sevenoaks. In mid-table Cobham were 13-10 winners in a tight contest against Ldn Cornish.

London 2(SE):  Big defeats for the bottom two as neither registered a point with basement club Barking shipping 92 points to visiting Horsham whilst Pulborough went down 0-52 to leaders Dartfordians.  Whilst Darts are 13-points clear at the top, there is real competition for the playoff place, with Hove leading the pack despite falling to a 24-18 defeat at Dover, Charlton Pk to full advantage to close the gap after they were 12-27 winners at Beckenham, with Haywards Heath also in contention after they narrowly beat D&B 22-19.  In the remaining fixture Alleynians and H&W fought out a 15-15 draw

London 3(SE):  Leaders Aylesford saw their fixture at bottom club Crawley postponed due to a waterlogged pitch and Thanet took advantage with a 32-39 win at Lewes to take over at the head of the table.  Third placed Dunstonians were unable to capitalise and fell to a tight 24-22 defeat at Park Hse, whilst fourth placed Bromley had an equally narrow scoreline but just edged out Folkestone 10-11.  In mid-table O wills were 27-17 winners against H&B whilst Sheppey lost out 21-27 to visiting Crowborough and remain 19-points adrift of safety in the relegation zone.

Kent 1:  Some say a break makes teams fresher, others that momentum is lost, and it was the latter for Beccehamians as the fell to their first defeat of the season, going down 13-7 at Ashford, second placed Kings Coll narrowed the gap to just 13-points with a big 61-24 win against RBS but the battle between the chasing pack looks like being very tight in this division.  A 33-16 win for Anchorians against NAG puts tem third with near neighbours Vigo fourth after they beat struggling Southwark 53-5.  The bottom end of the table is also tight with Sittingbourne at the foot of the table and losing out 53-7 at OGs whilst Southwark and NAG sit just above them, as OGs move out of the bottom three.  Just 7-points cover the bottom six clubs so there could be a lot of shuffling about as the weeks progress as HSBC proved with their 24-19 win against Cranbrook, a result that moved the bank side upwards and saw the Wealden club drop down

Kent 2:  The battle for the two promotion places now looks to be between three clubs, with leaders Whitstable racking up a big win with an 80-0 hammering of Dartford valley, Brockleians stay second despite falling to a 22-14 defeat at Lordswood whilst third placed Foots Cray were 24-61 winners on the road at Bexley. At the foot of the table Snowdown continue to prop up the division after a narrow 17-20 loss to visiting Faversham, whilst Greenwich lost out to a similar scoreline in the 19-24 loss to Askean.

08 Jan 18: Club Captain stands down

It is with some sadness that the club has to announce that Club Captain Ben Williams is standing down from the captaincy role with and that current vice-captain Adam Knight will be taking over the role of Captain with immediate effect, supported by Vice Captains Matt Iles and Gary Beck.

This has been a difficult decision for Ben in what has been an injury hit season for him which has also been complicated by increased work commitments which are limiting his availability,  this is not a decision that he has taken lightly but he felt that at a time when the team required some consistency it was not fair to remain as captain when unable to commit fully to the role for extended periods although he will continue to play a full role in the senior squad.

At this juncture it is worth looking back at the 1st XV’s record under Ben’s captaincy in what has been one of the most successful periods in the club’s recent history.

Ben returned to the club during the 2011-12 season following his university studies having played at both Hartpury College and Chester, and after what had been a difficult period for the club. In his first season back Ben was part of the squad that won the Ldn & SE Senior Vase narrowly missing out on a trip to Twickenham with a tight defeat in the national semi-final of that competition.  He took over the captaincy the for the 2012-13 season, leading the side to promotion and the league title in an unbeaten Ldn 3(SE) league campaign as well as retaining the Ldn & SE Senior Vase, but again falling just short in the national semi-finals. The following season saw him lead the side to runners-up position in Ldn 2(SE) and narrowly missing out on promotion in the playoff. 

Undeterred by this loss, the side under Ben’s captaincy completed a second undefeated league campaign to take the Ldn 2(SE) league title as champions in 2014-15 but by far the pinnacle of his captaincy was in winning the Ldn & SE Intermediate Cup before going on to lead the side to victory at Twickenham in an excellent team performance to win the RFU Intermediate Cup final against Bridgnorth in what was a great day for the club in completing a memorable league and cup double. It was for his leadership in what was an unprecedented period of success that the club took the exceptional decision to award Ben a vice-presidency whilst still a serving skipper

Recent seasons have not quite seen the same level of success in terms of silverware, although at county level the 1st XV were Kent Plate winners in both the 2015-16 and 2016-17 seasons.

So it is much gratitude we say thanks to Ben for his contribution to the club through his ability and leadership on the pitch and also his not insignificant contribution off it, during his tenure as club captain.

Craig Tuffrey

Chairman

20 Dec 17: Around the Grounds

Apologies for the delay in posting this weeks missive, been haveing a couple of IT difficulties which I needed to get sorted.  As we hit a convenient holiday break I would take this opportunity to wish you all a Merry Christmas & a Happy New Year.  good luck to you all as we commence the downhill run to the season finale. 

National 1: With the battle between the top two in  Coventry and DMP postponed there is no change at the top but Plymouth Albion were able to close the gap after beating O Albanians 26-8, Ampthill also closed up with a 45-7 win against Hull Ionians. Blackheath slip to fifth after falling to a 32-7 loss at local rivals Elthamians whilst Bishops Stortford close the gap in sixth despite a narrow 22-21 loss at Cambridge.  At the bottom of the table, Fylde lost 21-0 at Loughborough to sit just below O Albanians, with Hull Ionians completing the bottom three.  Rosslyn Pk remain in relegation danger but moved out of the bottom three after a 30-26 result against Moseley, whilst in mid-table Caldy’s 15-7 win against Esher sees the two sides locked together on points.

National 2(S):  Just a point separates the top two with Chinnor maintaining the advantage after a convincing 41-7 result against Canterbury, Cinderford keep up the pressure after they beat BSE 45-29. Redingensians and Taunton sit third and fourth but somewhat off the pace after Redingensians were 43-16 winners against struggling Clifton whilst Taunton slipped to a 26-20 defeat at TJs.  At the foot of the table two of the bottom three went head to head, with Wimbledon just edging O Redcliffians 28-29 to post their first win of the season, whilst Broadstreet’s 11-21 defeat by Redruth keeps them in the relegation zone. In the mid-table encounters, Ldn Irish WG went down 17-24 to visiting Henley, and Worthing were 36-29 winners against Barnstaple.

London Premier:  A 19-43 win for Guernsey against S&E keeps them a point clear of Hertford at the top of the pile, with Hertford 31-5 winners against struggling Shelford.  Tring and Barnes look to be the only other clubs that might have a say in the promotion battle, with both just 3 and 4 points off the pace but posting wins, with Tring 9-17 winners at bottom club Towcestrians and Barnes narrow 21-22 winners at Tunbridge Wells.  The bottom of the table also looks like it will be contested between four clubs with Towcestrians in bottom spot and Southend just above them following a 0-52 hammering at the hands of local rivals Westcliff.  Westcombe Pk currently occupy the last relegation place but a 7-10 win at Sidcup sees them narrow the gap on Shelford to just 9-points. In the mid-table tussle Dorking just came out on top 30-26 in a Surrey derby against Guildford.

London 1(S): This division is beginning to develop into a three horse race with Medway going into the New Year leading the division after a narrow 19-21 win at Colfes.  CS Rugby sit just behind them after they beat Ldn Cornish 14-20 whilst Chichester are a little further back following their 24-17 win over Tottonians.  Havant are by no means out of the hunt but a 20-12 loss at Brighton will have dented their aspirations.  At the bottom, Maidstone just fell short in a tight contest against Sevenoaks 31-34 whilst Gravesend fell to a heavy 78-17 loss at Thurrock, Colfes complete the top three with Thurrock and Chobham still not safe and Chobham losing out 20-22 at home to Cobham.

London 2(SE):  One should never count ones chickens, but Dartfordians are looking comfortable at the top of the table after a 27-17 win against Beckenham, with Hove their nearest challengers following a 49-17 win at strugglers Pulborough.  Charlton Pk and Haywards Heath are the nearest challengers to the top two, with Charlton Pk hammering bottom side Barking 88-12 and Heath rather narrower 16-21 winners at H&W.  at the bottom, Barking look destined for the drop but Pulborough are only a few points adrift of H&W and also D&B, who put in a good shift to beat Dover 24-8. The last of the fixtures saw Alleynians just pip Horsham with a 22-25 result on the road.

London 3(SE):  At the top it remains nip & tuck between Aylesford who were 12-5 winners over O wills, and Thanet Wdrs who posted a somewhat more comfortable 46-5 win against Sheppey.  A 15-10 win for Dunstonians over Lewes sees them complete the top three but some 8-points off the pace.  At the foot of the division Crawley lost 35-14 at Crowborough, and along with Sheppey now look destined for the drop.  The other relegation slot is currently occupied by Park Hse who posted a morale boosting 16-36 at next door neighbours Bromley, although Crowborough and Folkestone, who lost 24-10 at H&B are by no means yet safe.

Kent 1:  A 40-0 drubbing of OGs by Beccehamians sees them 17-points clear at the top, from Cranbrook and Kings Coll after Cranbrook lost out 11-15 to Ashford and Kings Coll beat struggling Southwark 19-48.  In the top half of the table Anchorians were 5-14 winners at bottom club Sittingbourne whilst Vigo had a similar result with a 5-128 win in the local derby at NAG.   There is a distinct top & bottom half to this division and whilst Sittingbourne and HSBC, who won 15-22 in the banks derby against RBS, occupy the relegation slots; only 3-points cover the bottom six clubs before a 19-point gap to safety, so expect a constant shuufling of the relegation pack in the early part of the new year.

Kent 2:  Disappointingly only two of the programmed five fixtures took place, however, leaders Brockleians did what they needed to do with a 0-56 win at Askean, whilst in the other fixture  Bexley were 26-0 winners against Dartford Valley.  Both Whitstable and Foots Cray received HWO against Greenwich and Snowdown respectively to stay in touch with the leaders, whilst Faversham also benefited from the withdrawal of Lordswood

19 Dec 17: October - December 500 Club Winners

Here are the latest winners for the 500 club.

October:

£100 - Tom Challis

£50 - Gordon Diment and Neil Coles

£30 - Glyn Richards

November:

£100 - Martin Sharp

£50 - Geoff Golding and Glyn Richards

£30 - James Findlay

December:

£800 - James Findlay

£100 - Trevor Langley

£50 - Peter Sime and Keith Newman

£30 - Steve Matthews

Congratulations to all of you who have won and all who have joined the 500 club this season.

Why not join now for next season and don't miss out on the winnings!'

It's that easy!

Contact Bob Beney robertbeney@btinternet.com

Melanie White  melaniejpwhite@gmail.com

A very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you all

10 Dec 17: Fundraising for the RFU IPF

As many of you will know the club has in recent years since the injury to Tom Hughes, been supportive of the work of the RFU Injured Players Foundation (IPF). A couple of seasons ago we had Lorna Torrens attend one of our home fixtures as part of her fundraising for this very worthwhile charity as part of her efforts alongside her intention to run in the London Marathon for the IPF. 
 
This last weekend we were lucky to have John Corrigan along, who is one of the army of RFU Injured Players Foundation fundraisers and does an enormous amount of fundraising under the banner of the RFU IPF.
 
The RFU IPF provide direct support and information to rugby players who have suffered a catastrophic spinal cord or traumatic brain injury which has resulted in permanent disability whilst playing rugby in England at any level and at any age. That support is available to help players through recovery, rehabilitation, and is an ongoing lifelong commitment. 
 
As a club we have seen only too starkly the impact of catastrophic injury through Tom's injury; Tom remains extremely active and has recently featured in a short video which promotes the work of the RFU IPF which can be viewed here.
 
Finally, don't foret your raffle tickets which can be obtained at the bar for next weeks raffle, with 50% of the takings going to the RFU IPF.

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Notices

Club Blazers
posted: March 05 2012

If any member is interested in obtaining a club blazer then please contact Bob Hayton, there is currently a list of 13 requesting blazers but the project needs another 6 or 7 subscribers to make another batch of blazers a realistic project.  This is a slow time project due to the lead time of 6 weeks to have the material made, and another 6 weeks to tailor the blazers.  Sizings are standard ‘off the peg’ (i.e. M&S) sizes (44R, 44L etc) although small alterations such as sleeve length can be made.



Women's Rugby at Maidstone: Training sessions have commenced
posted: January 25 2012

Training Sessions for women and teenage girls have begun at the club on wednesday evenings at 7pm, with an emphasis on fitness and ball-handling skills..

Feel free to turn up and participate or call Charlotte Goodbody on 07554998334 for further details.



Player Safety - Baselayer tights & Adidas boots
posted: November 23 2011

Base Layer Stockings/Tights

Following enquiries from coaches and parents, the RFU have now confirmed that it is permissible under RFU Regulations for young players, up to U18 (and including) age group, to wear base layer stockings or tights in cold weather, in accordance with IRB Regulation 12. This regulation states particular thickness. However, parents can assume that most common brands will comply, although players are permitted to wear them subject to the assessment of the match referee that the items are safe and pose no risk of injury to the wearer or other participants”

Please note that U18s playing in the senior rugby may not wear base layer stockings/tights (we know there are a couple of you out there - so man up!!!)

Adidas Boots

Please see the  photograph (right) of a boot with a single toe stud configuration that is currently available to buy in the shops.

This type of boot is illegal under Law 4.4 (j) and players are not permitted to play with boots with this sole configuration. Please note that any Adidas boots with this configuration have not been designed or sold as a Rugby product and referees have been instructed to prevent players from wearing them.

 




The 500 Club Draw – If you’re not in it you can’t win it!!!
posted: October 05 2011

The 500 Club draw normally takes place twice a season; once at Christmas and the other at the end of the season.  This year tickets are £5 which will enter you for both draws and can be paid for on annual basis by standing order. (Note: those who currently have standing orders will be allocated additional numbers accordingly)

For further information contact Dave Tugwell via the contact page or see the posters in the clubhouse, or click here for further details.

Standing order forms are available from the information dockets on the club notice board and can also be downloaded from the membership page of the website.



Women's Rugby at Maidstone
posted: August 06 2011

After an interval of many years, enthusiasm seems to be emerging for the return of women's and girl's rugby to Maidstone. In response, the club committee has agreed that the addition of a women's section would be a very desirable development for the club and is keen to assess the feasibility of this project.

 In the first instance, the Chairman would be very pleased to hear from persons with the knowledge and enthusiasm to assist with taking this project forward, as well of course, as from women and girls who would be interested in getting their hands on a rugby ball in one format or another. Meanwhile, potential players are asked to register their interest with Charlotte "Charley" Goodbody, who many will know from her enthusiastic coaching of the under 5s. Charley can be contacted at charley@maidstonerugby.org.uk or on M: 07554998334





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In what was a good team performance with a confidence building win, for his solid all round play & a bface of tries  this week's  Man of the Match award goes to back rower Seth Waterworth.

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