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
Canterbury Tales

Canterbury Tales

KEEPING THE FAITH This is a point in our season where you, the supporters, have a crucial role to play. Despite all the disappointments of the past eleven weeks the support from the touchline has been excellent and shows no sign of flagging. Keeping faith with a side... Read more
Canterbury Tales

CANTERBURY TALES

FACING THE CHALLENGE A recurrent and frustrating theme of narrow defeats has continued over the last two games. Against both Darlington Mowden Park and, last week, Chinnor the team have been competitive but again fell just short. One losing bonus point was a meagre... Read more
Canterbury Tales

CLOSING THE GAP

CLOSING THE GAP While it is may be too early in the season to be debating relegation issues the failure to win any of our first seven games in National One has left us vulnerable. There is already a thirteen point gap between ourselves and the safety zone and we must... Read more
Canterbury Tales

Canterbury Tales

CLOSING THE GAP While it is may be too early in the season to be debating relegation issues the failure to win any of our first seven games in National One has left us vulnerable. There is already a thirteen point gap between ourselves and the safety zone and we must... Read more