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16 Oct 18: MFC SGM: Wednesday 24th October

There will be a Special General Meeting held at the club on Wednesday 24th October, at 8pm. 

The developers of the Detling site, Quinn Estates will be presenting an update to the membership on the current stages of the project and will take questions. This will be a very important meeting which will have impacts on the clubs future, so we encourage all members to attend.

Please note that any voting that takes place can only be contributed by fully paid up members of the VP, social or playing membership categories. All voters must be aged 18 or over.

To find out more about the project and also to register your support, please visit the link here.

It is YOUR club and your voice counts, so please make every effort to attend and voice your support via the link above.

14 Oct 18: Around the Grounds

National 1: For the third consecutive week the top of the table sees a reshuffle with Elthamians back on top spot following a 48-24 win against bottom club Loughborough St, Caldy’s tight 19-18 win over visiting Ampthill sees them second with Sale in third after they also fought out a tight battle for a 29-31 win at DMP.  Chinnor slip to fourth after they lost 32-26 at Rotherham with Blackheath rounding out the top five after they were 24-43 winners at Cambridge.  The bottom of the table sees Moseley just above Loughborough after they lost 27-22 at Rosslyn Pk, with Esher also struggling despite a useful 26-29 win at Bishops Stortford.  The last of the matches saw Plymouth Albion lose out 15-12 at Cinderford.

National 2(S):  A 48-14 win for leaders rams against Guernsey keeps them at the head of the division, with Redruth’s 14-10 win against Canterbury moving them into second spot after Taunton slipped up, going down 13-17 to visiting Henley who are now fourth. A 20-21 home defeat to Barnes sees TJs slip to fifth, level on points with county rivals Canterbury.  At the foot of the table Ldn Irish WG’s miserable start to the season continues as they lost 41-14 at Worthing, with B&S just above them following their 31-22 defeat at Clifton.  O Redcliffians complete the bottom three after a narrow 31-35 home defeat by BSE. In mid-table dings just edged out O Albanians with an 18-17 result.

RFU Cup Competitions:  This week sees the opening rounds of the RFU Cup competitions, which generally has an irregular number of fixtures as the opening round looks to balance out the draw.  Yet again the competitions were disappointingly racked with a number of Walkovers.

Intermediate Cup: Just five fixtures in this competition with Chiswick getting a W/O as Stowmarket conceded the fixture.  The county had two representatives in the opening encounters and disappointingly both exited the competition at the first hurdle, with Aylesford going down 29-7 to last year’s Ldn & SE Senior Vase winner O Cranleighians.  Beckenham also lost out with a heavy 32-5 defeat at Ldn 2(NE) club Romford & GP. In an all Ldn 2(SW) clash Alleynians might have been expected to take the honours against Farnham but fell to a 17-27 loss, whilst in the last of the ties, Southwold lost out 13-33 to Hammersmith & Fulham.

Senior Vase: Of the seven fixtures only three saw players cross the whitewash as four matches resulted in W/Os.  Bromley were the beneficiaries in their fixture as Trojans conceded, whilst Fakenham, Portsmouth and Harrow also progress without kicking a ball, with Dnstonians one of te sides conceding their cup tie. Of the games that were played, Folkestone fell to a heavy 40-3 defeat at Battersea, whilst Thetford lost out 10-38 to visiting Chelmsford.  The last of the fixtures saw West Norfolk 41-48 winners at Maldon in a high scoring encounter.

Junior Vase: Out of twelve scheduled cup ties, 50% of them were W/O’s and sooner than cover all of the results this summary will just cover those involving the two Kent clubs.  Unfortunately both exited the competition with Bexley going down 45-10 at mill hill, whilst Sittingbourne fell to a 3-19 loss to visiting Ldn Media.  All is not lost however, as Ashford, Anchorians and NAG all had byes in the first round and no doubt have ambitions to do well after last season’s strong performances combined with this year’s current good form.

For a compete round up of results go to where the draw for the next round will be made on Wednesday.

12 Oct 18: Sponsors Support Pre-Match Lunch

The fixture against Deal & Betteshanger saw the first of this season’s pre-match lunches, and on this occasion supported by one of our sponsors NFU Mutual with representatives Tonya Williams and Patrick Bowring in attendance.  Also in attendance were representatives from other club sponsors Quinn Estates and it was particularly good to welcome Nick Stoney the new MD of sponsors Millwood Designer Homes.

Apart from the traditional and well trusted format the club’s Development Chairman Steve Vincent was pleased to receive a cheque from Quinn Estates as part of their sponsorship support.

NFU Mutual as part of their support for the event had donated two tickets to watch Saracens play Leicester as part of the package, with Mickey Back being the lucky winner.

In addition the normal more conventional raffle was also held, this time in aid of the Indonesia appeal and raised a total of £220.

The next of the pre-match lunches is on 15th December for the fixture against Thanet Wdrs, the Xmas Lunch is always well attended and booking are being taken now, so get your name down to avoid disappointment.




08 Oct 18: Around the Grounds

National 1: Another reshuffle at the top as despite all the leading sides losing Chinnor move back into pole position following their 6-13 loss to Bishops Stortford, Elthamians sit second following a high scoring 42-38 defeat at Sale, with Caldy in third after they lost out 24-14 at the hands of Plymouth Albion.  DMP closed the gap to move into fourth after they beat Moseley 36-41.  At the foot of the division Loughborough St fell to a 5-38 defeat to Rotherham, with Moseley just above them and Esher the other struggling side despite a 10-7 win over Cinderford.  In mid-table Cambridge beat Ampthill 6-13 and Blackheath were 23-15 winners against Rosslyn Pk.

National 2(S):  A 19-26 win for Rams at Barnes sees them stay top from Taunton who won a high scoring 36-46 encounter at bottom club Ldn Irish WG, Redruth’s 22-25 win at B&S sees them in third spot from TJs who won a low scoring match 0-10 at BSE.  The bottom of the table sees Ldn Irish and B&S as the bottom two with O Redcliffians just above them after they lost out 19-10 at O Albanians.  In the mid-table encounters Guernsey were 28-3 winners against Clifton whilst Canterbury beat Worthing 21-10, with Henley 20-15 winners against Dings.

London Premier:  The encounter between the top two sae Wimbledon move back to the top of the table after a solid 5-24 win at Westcliff, whilst Guildford’s 6-21 win at bottom club Shelford moved them into third.  A host of clubs then sit level on points although amongst them S&E and Tring both lost, going down to Hertford (31-3) and Sidcup (16-13) respectively, with the latter result moving the Kent club into the top six.  At the bottom of the division a 50-0 loss for Bedford Ath at Dorking, sees them just above Shelford, with Tunbridge Wells dropping into the bottom three after a 17-26 home defeat to visiting Brentwood.  Chingford are also amongst the strugglers after they went down to a 5-19 defeat against CS Stags.

London 1(S): A 16-12 defeat for Brighton at Sevenoaks saw them relinquish top spot to Medway who won 12-23 at Chobham, whilst Camberley sit third following their narrow 9-12 win at Ldn Cornish, Westcombe Pk sit fourth following their 10-24 win at Cobham and along with Sevenoaks there is now is distinctive five club leading group that have an early eight point buffer over the next mid-table club.  At the foot of the table, both Hove and Havant have yet to post a win, with Hove losing out 5-28 to visiting Tottonians and Havant beaten 22-16 at Thurrock, Chichester stay in the last of the relegation places after they fell to an 11-17  home defeat at the hands of Dartfordians.

London 2(SE):  A 52=3 hammering of H&W keeps Beckenham at the top of the table from Colfes who beat struggling Aylesford 40-10.  Dover sit third after being held to an 18-18 draw by Haywards Heath, whilst Charlton Pk fell to a second successive loss as they were beaten 24-20 at Horsham and drop into mid-table.  At the foot of the table Thanet were beaten 24-10 by Gravesend whilst Maidstone sit just above the early season danger zone after a narrow 10-13 loss to D&B.

London 3(SE):  A 24-5 win over H&B keeps Crowborough at the head of the division, a point clear of Dunstonians who won 19-30 at O Wills.  Beccs 24-35 win at Park Hse sees them in third from Pulborough who were just edged out 19-20 by visiting Vigo.  At the foot of the table the bottom two clashed with Folkestone solid 33-5 winners against Hellingly, whilst in mid-table Lewes were 39-21 winners against visiting Bromley.

Kent 1:  A big 63-8 win for Ashford over Whitstable keeps them at the top of the table, with Anchorians level on points after they posted a much narrower 15-22 win at NAG, with a 19-26 win for OGs at southwark putting them in third place.  At the foot of the table points dedictions keep RBS propping up the table despite a 17-10 win against Foots Cray, with Sheppey the other struggling club after they narrowly lost out 14-17 to Cranbrook.  The last of the fixtures saw a 13-0 win for HSBC over Kings Coll.

Kent 2:   Newcomers Cliffe continue to set the early pace after a 29-10 win against Bexley, with Sittingbourne in second following their 22-0 victory against Brockleians.  Lordswood sit in the upper half of the table after they beat Greenwich 13-19 with the last of the fixtures seeing a 0-27 win for Faversham against Dartford Valley, bottom club Askean sat this week out.

03 Oct 18: Online Physio Appointment Booking

The club will be launching a new online booking system for the Physio department at the club.

The intention is to help the team plan clinics and also help make sure that everyone can be seen in a timely fashion. The priority on Thursday will go to senior players looking to play games on the Saturday, but the booking system will help make scheduling an appointment easier. The online system will be trialled until Christmas.

A booking link will be added to the club’s website and also to the clubs Facebook players page, for members to book. Please remember that treatments are for paying members and you maybe refused service if you are not paid up.

29 Sep 18: Around the Grounds

National 1: Yet another reshuffle as Caldy take top spot after a 31-29 win against Esher, whilst Chinnor were 21-26 winners at Cinderford and sit in second spot but level on points.  Elthamians are third, just a point behind following their 38-27 win against Mosely, with Cinderford and Ampthill, who beat Blackheath 33-22, just behind the fourth & fifth.  At the bottom end of the division Loughborough St are the early season strugglers after a 57-25 defeat at Bishops Stortford, Moseley and Esher sit just above them in the very early days drop zone.  Elsewhere DMP stopped the rot with a narrow 34-33 win against visiting Rosslyn Pk, whilst Cambridge were 32-26 winners against Plymouth Albion and Rotherham posted as similar result against Sale (32-27)

National 2(S):  A 42-27 win for Rams over BSE sees them continue to head the table from Taunton who beat Canterbury by the narrowest of margins 23-22., Redruth sit third after a convincing 50-36 win against Clifton with Kent clubs Canterbury and TJs locked together just below them following TJs 27-22 victory over visiting O Albanians.  The foot of the table sees Ldn Irish WG still looking for a first win after a 52-8 hammering by Dings, with Guernsey just above them after they posted their first win with a 21-26 win at Barnes.  B&S complete the bottom three after a 51-37 loss at Worthing.   In the outstanding mid-table encounter Henley defeated hosts O Redcliffians 15-31

London Premier:  Leaders at the start of the day Wimbledon slipped up, going down to a narrow 21-22 home defeat to CS Stags meaning that Westcliff take over at the head of the division following their 97-7 hammering of bottom club Shelford.  S&E’s narrow 24-22 win against Sidcup keeps them in third spot with Tring just below them after they won 28-23 against Dorking.  The foot of the table sees Bedford Ath just above Shelford and also still looking for a first win after losing out 22-29 to visiting Chingford, with Dorking completing the bottom three.  Both Hertford and Brentwood are early season strugglers, with Hertford just edging the battle between the two, 17-18. In the remaining fixture, Tunbridge Wells slip into the bottom half of the table after a tight 24-22 loss at Guildford.

London 1(S): a 68-20 win for Brighton over Dartfordians sees them continue to set the pace at the to, with Medway in second spot after they also posted 60-points with a 66-26 win against visiting Ldn Cornish. Camberley and Sevenoaks complete the top four after the Surrey club were convincing 50-11 winners against Thurrock and oaks beat Cobham 30-24.  The foot of the table sees Hove still struggling after a 38-14 loss at Westcombe Pk with somewhat surprisingly Havant and Chichester just above them after Chichester took the honours 39-32 in the battle between the two.  In the remaining mid-table clash, Tottonians just shaded Chobham 14-10 in a low scoring encounter.

London 2(SE):  With leading contenders Beckenham being held by Charlton Pk to what was a late injury time 20-20 draw, it’s Dover that move to the top of the division after they beat Gravesend 34-29. Haywards Heath are the highest placed Sussex club after they were 3-17 winners at Aylesford.  At the bottom Thanet prop up the table following a 33-47 loss to visiting Horsham, with Aylesford just above them and H&W completing the bottom three after they lost 18-23 to visiting Maidstone.  The last of the results saw a 26-30 win for Colfes at D&B which keeps the Horn Pk club in third with D&B stillin the bottom segment of the table.

London 3(SE):  Crowborough’s 14-36 win at Vigo sees them top the table from Dunstonians who posted a 48-37 win over Folkestone.  Pulborough’s 24-29 win at Beccs sees them in third spot from Bromley and O Wills who are locked tohgether in foutth & fifth places, with Bromley losing out 23-29 at home in the clash between the two clubs.  At the bottom, new boys Hellingly anchor the table after losing 9-36 to Park Hse and like Folkestone are still looking for a first win in the campaign. In an all Sussex mid-table clash, it was H&B that took the points after they overcame Lewes 38-22 in the last of the fixtures.

Kent 1:  It’s Ashford and Anchorians that remain undefeated and head the table, with the points difference from Ashford’s 0-83 mauling of Foots Cray giving them the advantage, whilst Anchorians had to settle for a more sedate 34-15 win over Sheppey. Southwark's 22-34 win at Whitstable sees them in third with OGs and Kings Coll just below them, with both posting 50-point wins as OGs were 50-10 winners against NAG and O Wills 50-8 winners against bottom club RBS. The remaining fixture saw another 50-point haul as Cranbrook mauled HSBC 54-5.

Kent 2:   Newcomers Cliffe Crusaders made it 2 from 2 with a convincing 15-42 win at Askean to lead the table after two rounds, Bexley are also on two wins but had a much tighter battle to edge out Sittingbourne 18-17, In the other fixtures, Brockleians were 37-7 winners against Greenwich whilst Lordswood were 24-0 winners against visiting Dartford Valley.  Faversham sat out this week

27 Sep 18: NatWest 6 Nations Ticket Applications

Fully paid up members can apply now to the Club for inclusion in the ballot for NatWest 6 Nations 2019 Tickets. The matches are France (10 Feb), Italy (09 Mar) and Scotland (16 Mar) at Twickenham with the away matches being Ireland (02 Feb) and Wales (23 Feb). Applications for inclusion in the ballot to Steve Vincent via email (click here) stating which matches and how many tickets ideally required (not to exceed 4 per member for home matches and 2 per member for away matches).

Please note that as published by the RFU last year,(see article in news archive for Sept  2017-18), the system for allocation of away tickets has changed.

23 Sep 18: Around the Grounds

National 1: A bit of a reshuffle at the top as both Chinnor and Elthamians fell to their forst losses of the season, with Chinnor narrowly beaten 24-27 by visiting Caldy who move into third spot, and Elthamians beaten 37-24 at Rosslyn Pk who now sit in fourth.  Cinderford moved to the head of the table after an 8-39 win at Loughborough who now prop up the table and look like they may struggle again this season.  At the bottom end of the table, alongside Loughborough the early season strugglers are Esher, despite a 17-10 victory over Cambridge, and Bishops Stortford who fell to a 22-8 loss at sale.  Moseley are also amongst the bottom group along with Rotherham with the battle between the two going the way of the Birmingham club 28-22. In the other results Blackheath posted a solid 15-0 win against DMP whilst Plymouth Albion were 17-5 winners against Ampthill.

National 2(S):  It remains tight amongst the leading group of clubs, with Taunton still leading the way after a 20-28 win at B&S, Canterbury sit in the chasing pack after they were comfortable 40-18 winners against Dings, alongside them in terms of points are BSE who beat Barnes 22-12, and Rams despite losing out 18-10 at O Albanians who are themselves in the hunt. At the bottom the clubs showing early season signs of it being a long campaign are Ldn Irish WG who lost 15-35 to visiting O Redcliffians, B&S and Guernsey who were narrowly beaten 15-16 by Redruth. In mid-table Clifton were 37-15 winners over Worthing, whilst TJs stay in touch with the leading group after a 14-19 win at Henley.

London Premier:  At the head of the table Wimbledon look to be in cruise control as they racked up another big win with a 6-62 demolition of Shelford, whilst also unbeaten Westcliff stay second after a much tougher 16-19 win at Tunbridge Wells.  Evan after four matches a small gap is opening , but there’s a long way to go and S&E sit third after their 3-23 win at Dorking, with Tring and Sidcup in close proximity following an 11-17 win at Chingford and Sidcup’s 202-20 draw with visiting Brentwood.  At the foot of the table Shelford sit bottom with Bedford Ath just above them after they lost 12-35 to CS Stags. Surprisingly Hertford sit just above them as they were edged out 13-15 by visiting Guildford.

London 1(S): What looks like a rejuvenated Brighton this season head the table after they were 24-28 winners at Cobham, with Medway also undefeated in second spot after they were 10-20 winners against Thurrock.  Camberley and Sevenoaks sit close behind, with Camberley 18-33 winners at Chichester and Oaks beating Hove 7-31.  Westcombe pk are also in the leading group after they were convincing 0-40 winners at Chobham.  At the foot of the table it looks like it could be a hard season for Hove and some may be surprised to see that it’s a winless Havant and Chichester that sit just above them, with Havant having fallen to a 30-21 defeat this week at Dartfordians.  In the last of the matches Ldn Cornish posted a narrow 17-16 win against visiting Tottonians.

London 2(SE):  Beckenham remain the early season leaders after they put 42 unanswered points past bottom club Thanet, with Dover in second spot after a much tighter 18-10 resulat against Aylesford.  Colfes and Charlton Pk sit third and fourth respectively following wins against H&W (52-8) and Maidstone (13-43) respevctively.  At the foot of the table the bottom three are Thanet, Aylesford and H&W whilst in mid table Haywards Heath edged out D&B 16-15 and Gravesend enjoyed an equally tight 15-13 win over Horsham.

London 3(SE):  A 6-21 win at Folkestone sees Bromley the early season leaders, with Crowborough in second spot after they were 14-33 winners at Pulborough.  A 57-7 win for Beccs over Hellingly sees them in third spot from Dunstonians who won 8-15 at Park Hse.   Hellingly, Folkestone and Park Hse make up the early season basement battle with Lewes just above them and posting their first win with a 13-7 victory against Vigo, in a mid-table battle O Wills got the better of H&B with a solid 25-0 home victory.

Kent 1:  Anchorians and Ashford continue to set the pace at the top of the table with wins over OGs (29-14) and Kings Coll (40-7) respevctively, whilst a 33-21 win at Foots Cray sees Southwark move into third spot. At the bottom of the table RBS conceded their fixture against Cranbrook, their second concession in the opening three weeks of the campaign. Sheppey sit just above them after a 13-22 loss to HSBC.  In the remaining fixture NAG lost out 19-28 to visiting Whitstable.

Kent 2:   Opening day of the campaign at this level with a new name to add to the roster as Cliffe Crusaders join the league after a couple of seasons in the Kent RFU R&MK leagues; and it looks like they started in top gear, posting a convincing 81-12 rout of Faversham to make a real opening day statement to the others.  In the other results Brockleians fell to a 0-10 loss to visiting Bexley, whilst Dartford valley posted a 0-21 opening day win at Greenwich.  Sittingbourne were another who posted a big win on opening day, with a 60-5 result against Askean, whilst Lordswood sat out the opening weekend.

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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 or on M: 07554998334

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Supporters Man of the Match

Another difficult encounter and unfortunate narrow defeat but for a good overall performance in both the tight & loose, this week's Biddenden Vineyards Man of the Match award goes to front rower Will Fox.

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3 Dover 5 20
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5 Haywards Heath 5 15
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