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NatWest Rugby Force Day Saturday 17th June 2017 8am

Just when you thought the season had finished! Chobham Members, please keep this day free. This is the day that Rugby Clubs all over England are refurbished, painted, knocked down and re-built etc. More details will be published nearer the date, but we will be looking for general volunteers and professional workmen from the membership

May Ball Parking

Please can I ask, if you intend leaving your car overnight after the May Ball, can you park along the perimeter of the car park and well away from the club house, in particular at the rear by the kitchens. At 7.30am on Sunday I have three container lorries from Allens Hire, attending to take

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Chobham 1st XV bring home the silverware to bring cheer to a poor season

Match Report from David Page, Director of Rugby : Monday 1st May 2017 – Surrey County RFU – Trophy Final – Chobham Rugby 38(12) V Battersea Ironsides 7 (0)   ‘Basalt Global’ sponsored Chobham ended their 50th Season with some silverware as they beat a resilient Battersea Ironsides. Playing on the Esher pitch was sure

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Chobham u14Bs v Haslemere u14As Match Report

Match Report from Tom Hemsworth : Chobham Bs vs Haslemere As – 23/4/17   Having beaten off Ironsides in the semi-final, it was final day as Chobham gathered at Esher to face Haslemere. Haslemere were visibly larger man for man and soon proved that their big players could be used to good effect as Chobham

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Finals Day Disappointment for Chobham u14As

Match Report from Doug Mayger : Following a pretty lacklustre performance against Effingham & Leatherhead on Easter Sunday, the U14As travelled to Esher on St Georges Day for a 3rd/4th play-off game in the Presidents Cup. The opposition were Battersea Ironsides who would make sure Chobham would have to work extremely hard to get anything