Canterbury Tales

Canterbury Tales

FIVE STAR FACILITY Our first ever visit to Darlington proved to be memorable although the result is perhaps best consigned to a file marked ‘learning experience’. The real eye opener was the Mowden Park ground and the facilities they enjoy. Nowhere else in this... Read more
Hellfire Welcome Anita

Hellfire Welcome Anita

Our Wheelchair team Hellfire are pleased to announce the newest recruit to their squad, physiotherapist Anita Vaughan. Anita makes her debut as match physio at the Stoke Mandeville weekend where Canterbury will once again compete against the other seven best clubs in... Read more
Sean Signs On

Sean Signs On

First team captain Sean Stapleton is to stay with the club for another season and says there is unfinished business to complete. The 31-year-old open side flanker has signed a new deal and is looking to finish his playing career with the club. “I want to see us build... Read more
Canterbury Tales

Canterbury Tales

NOT OUR WEEK There is a law which cannot be found in any recognised legal system but is with us all the same. ‘Sod’s law’ is a harsh instrument which dispenses with notions of guilt and innocence and delights in punishing those down on their luck. The club’s senior... Read more
Ed Makes His Debut

Ed Makes His Debut

Canterbury Hellfire’s Ed Croucher has become one of the youngest players to appear in wheelchair rugby’s top flight. Fourteen -year-old Ed made his debut for the club side at the opening weekend of the GBWR league 1 season at Leicester. After playing against the West... Read more