In this episode of House of Rams series 2, Paul Eynon catches up with long time member, well life member, player, trustee Ian Gallantree. Mostly we wanted tour information from this connoisseur of rugby and expert tourist. Find out about fighting Rab C. Nesbit, Stealing a Swan (and giving it back) and how you should … Continued
Over the February half term, the girls section were challenged to the Captain Sir Tom Moore challenge. Over the week, 17 girls and their manager took part. The girls were amazing and really went for the challenge and totally smashed it. Some completed over 26 miles in one day!! Others were walking, jogging or running … Continued
100km in February: @rudysw0rld
Well done to our very own Neil Boggas on your Sports and Culture Civic Award – well deserved. What a lovely piece written by nominee Councillor Shona.
In this episode of House of Rams series 2, I catch up with forwards coach James Lewis we talk about recent big games, how he got into coaching and the legend of the bar lives on. Have a listen…
Series 2 episode 4, two episodes in two days! In this episode friends Kain Claridge, Rob Mackie and Will Grimley pick their best ever 1st XV. I hosted and tried to keep some sort of order. Who made the team, what other random stories came out? Listen on…
Series 2 continues, this time I meet with 1st team captain Luke Miz Bowering to ask the important questions of the day. Is Michael Weston the best coach ever? Who makes the most tackles? Who is the fastest in the back row? How often he messes up a line out call? What does he remember … Continued
We continue podcast Series 2 Lock Down 3 as I speak with Ross Loveday who has recently fired up the typewriter and bashed off a few new editions of RamPages find out more about Ross’s career and much much more…
It has been a while, series 2 episode 1 of our House of Rams Podcast is available now. I catch up with Paul Tucker our chair of rugby about what’s happening at the club and all things rugby. Have a listen….
As you are mostly aware following the Government’s announcement last week that outdoor team sport can resume from Wednesday 2 December, the RFU have confirmed that the Government has now approved the RFU submission to return to 15-a-side contact rugby, with some adaptations. There will be no scrums or mauls in the game. The … Continued