Author Archives: Lauren Campbell

Little Cannon’s Relaunch!

Little Cannons relaunch!   The club is looking to restart the Little Cannons programme for children who have not yet started in reception. Sessions will take place at the clubhouse on a Saturday morning and the aim is to run two sessions.   -08.30-09.30 for those aged 2 – 3 1/2 09.30-10.30 for older children

Recruiting: RFU Level 2 Qualified Coach

The club is looking to recruit an RFU level 2 qualified coach to assist with the delivery of Rugby sessions to children in local junior and secondary schools from year 1 up to year 9 , either during the school day or at after school clubs.   The successful applicant will need to obtain an

Little Cannons

  The club aims to restart its Little Cannons sessions from mid September for children aged 2-5 who are not yet old enough to start in the minis. With this in mind we are looking to recruit coaches to run the sessions between  08.30 and  10.30 on a Saturday morning in the clubhouse.   A formal coaching qualification

Chobham are pleased to announce new Head Coach of Senior Rugby

CRFC are pleased to formally announce that Billy Davison has been appointed Head Coach of Senior Rugby for the 2019/2020 Season.   Educated: Hinchley Wood School, Esher College, Sheffield Hallam University Occupation: Teacher (Director of Sport) at Shrewsbury House School   Rugby (playing): Cobham, Sheffield, Rosslyn Park, Esher, Harlequins, Saracens, Natal (RSA), Hawkes Bay (NZ)

Surrey Chargers Match – Saturday 20th April!

  This Saturday at 3pm sees the club’s mixed ability section, the Surrey Chargers, take on the Exiles, Ealing Trailfinders social XV. Mixed ability rugby sees players with a learning difficulty and / or physical disability play full contact rugby alongside more experienced players. The last game against the Exiles was a fast flowing, physical

Quins Cup drama for U16s

Surrey RFU schedules a post-Christmas cup competition with four groups leading to a Finals Day at Esher for the best ranked teams. After much shenanigans, the Finals Day format was settled as two 20 minute each way Semis, followed by Final and Bronze matches. Chob found themselves as top seeds by dint of 3 bonus

Backs to the front for U16 As while Bs share spoils with Farnham

With the onset of April it was time for the annual jamboree that is the Surrey Waterfall Cup Finals Day, played this year at Dorking. The B squad had a Treasurer’s Shield Final against London Irish, with the As having to contend with a Bronze play-off in the President’s Plate.   The Bs opened the