Latest News

12th Aug 2022Bishops StortfordH
20th Aug 2022BrightonA
26th Aug 2022Westcombe ParkH
3rd Sept 2022North WalshamA
!0th Sept 2022Tonbridge JuddiansH
17th Sept 2022WestcliffA
24th Sept 2022BlackheathH
1st Oct 2022WorthingA
15th Oct 2022DorkingH
22nd Oct 2022SevenoaksA
29th Oct 2022Rochford HundredH
5th Nov 2022BarnesA
12th Nov 2022Bury St EdmundsA
26th Nov 2022Old AlbaniansH
3rd Dec 2022GuernseyA
10th Dec 2022HenleyH
17th Dec 2022Tonbridge JuddiansA
7th Jan 2023WestcliffH
14th Jan 2023BlackheathA
21st Jan 2023WorthingH
28th Jan 2023DorkingA
18th Feb 2023SevenoaksH
25th Feb 2023Rochford HundredA
4th March 2023BarnesH
11th March 2023Bury St EdmundsH
25th March 2023Old AlbaniansA
1st April 2023GuernseyH
15th April 2023HenleyA
22nd April 2023North WalshamH
Aug 26th 2022Dartford ValleyTo be confirmed
25th Sept 2022 Sutton & Epsom LadiesH
2nd Oct 2022Hampstead Ladies A
16th Oct 2022 Hackney LadiesH
23rd Oct 2022Wimbledon Women A
6th Nov 2022 Medway LadiesH
13th Nov 2022Guildford Gazelles Ladies A
4th Dec 2022 Battersea Ironsides LadiesH
1th Dec 2022To be arrangedH
18th Dec 2022Hammersmith & Fulham Ladies A
8th Jan 2023 Hampstead LadiesH
15th Jan 2023Hackney Ladies A
22nd Jan 2023 Wimbledon WomenH
12th Feb 2023Medway Ladies A
19th Feb 2023 Guildford Gazelles LadiesH
12th March 2023Battersea Ironsides Ladies A
19th March 2023To be arrangedA
2nd April 2023 Hammersmith & Fulham LadiesH
16th April 2023Sutton & Epsom Ladies A
12th Aug 2022Old DartfordiansH
3rd Sept 2022MaidstoneH
10th Sept 2022VigoA
24th Sept 2022DoverA
1st Oct 2022GillinghamH
15th Oct 2022Hastings & BexhillA
22nd Oct 2022Old DunstoniansH
29th Oct 2022SevenoaksA
5th Nov 2022Old WilliamsoniansH
12th Nov 2022Westcombe ParkH
26th Nov 2022Park HouseA
3rd Dec 2022VigoH
10th Dec 2022Southwark LancersA
17th Dec 2022DoverH
7th Jan 2023GillinghamA
14th Jan 2023Hasting & BexhillH
21st Jan 2023Old DunstoniansA
28th Jan 2023SevenoaksH
11th Feb 2023Old WilliamsoniansA
18th Feb 2023Westcombe ParkA
4th March 2023Park HouseH
11th March 2023MaidstoneA
Kent & East Sussex Devision 3 - 22/23 fixtures coming soon
Kent & East Sussex Division 4 - 22/23 fixtures coming soon
Kent & East Sussex Division 5 - 22/23 fixtures coming soon


Six Nations Fantasy League winners 2021

The curtain has now gone down on the 2021 Guinness Six Nations tournament. As competitions go, this one was anything but predictable with Wales coming out overall winners, though some would say Scotland deserve a hat tip for the way they went about their business against France. Some teams took longer than others to turn up to the party and others battled like warriors to turn the tide. The tournament has certainly brought some nail biters that paves the way for the Lions tours and Autumn Internationals. All being said, it certainly made things interesting for our fantasy league teams, 89 in all. A fantastic turnout from our armchair coaches. So, it all boils down to the winners and losers of the five rounds and tournament.

Livesey saw the tournament in with a win, and also took round 5 and wins 2 £25 club vouchers that can be redeemed over the bar or the club shop.

Budget Andy Goode, Pub and Chris each win a £25 club voucher as round winners. Bragging rights for highest score in a round goes to Chris for a wopping 1002 points.

The 2021 tournament winner and Six Nations Fantasy League crown goes to Pub, who wins a table for 10 at a pre-match lunch having scored a total of 4169.4 points across all rounds.

Emmett takes the Wooden Spoon award for an overall score of 1374.1, presentation ceremony date to be announced…

Congratulations to all fantasy coaches who took part!

All winners, please contact email to claim your prizes.

The story does not end there though. April 3rd begins the Women’s Six Nations and we will be running a fantasy League for that competition, so calling all coaches once again. A chance to regain lost pride or just make a name for yourself. You haven’t got long to set your teams up so keep an eye on our website and social media channels to see when the league opens.