What a week

What a week

Well… What a week!! Social distancing those two words together have changed our normal!! Two new words have found their way into everyday language!! Who knew anything about ‘furloughing’ Who thought that ‘zoom’ was a fruit flavoured ice lolly? It has now become... Read more
Canterbury Tales

Canterbury Tales

SPRING PROMISE The season goes into its final Spring phase with six games remaining, three of them at home, and although National Division One has been a sobering experience for us the form produced in our last two matches showed that we can compete with strongest.... Read more
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
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
Canterbury Tales

Canterbury Tales

TOO MUCH RUGBY? Ahead of the Rosslyn Park match there were twelve senior squad players on the injured list and potentially unavailable for selection. Some will, hopefully, be returning soon; others in the medium or longer term. We are not alone. This week Richmond... Read more
Canterbury Tales

Canterbury Tales

DON’T WRITE US OFF Cinderford is the last home match before the Christmas break and no one needs reminding that the first team are in a precarious position. On Monday this week Head of Rugby Andy Pratt held an open evening with members and supporters to review the... Read more