Dear Chobham members, As you know the Chobham Fireworks evening (Saturday 27th October) is not only the biggest community event for Chobham but it is one of Chobham RFC’s biggest social events and we need your help. We need as many volunteers from across all the sections of the club to help where possible to make
Match Report from Zarah Alam : Last night the Chobham Woman’s Touch Squad played in the London Irish tournament with the most “profound intent to win”! It was so cold that some ladies lost feeling in their hands, the fog was so strong that we couldn’t see half the pitch, and though we did
Joining into the Ladies Day celebrations the Chobham and London Irish touch ladies teams played a competitive curtain raiser match ahead of the 1st XV fixture. Chobham were dressed in pink to raise awareness and funds for breast cancer.
Chobham’s RWC Touch Tournament was played on the day of the RWC final; a great way to celebrate rugby’s biggest year ahead of the RWC final game. Ten teams in two pools of five competed in a wonderful tournament which was throughly enjoyed by players and spectators alike. Huge thanks to Steve Cross and his teams
The moment has finally arrived, albeit a Southern hemisphere affair. We start the day with the RWC Touch Tournament meeting at 9.30am with a 10 am start. Steve Cross would like to have the tournament finished by 3pm so all can shower before the RWC 4pm kick off. Food and drink will be available throughout
Chobham’s RWC Touch Tournament is being played on the day of the RWC final – 31st October 2015. The Tournament is scheduled to start around 10 am and will be completed so we can all watch the RWC final at 4pm. Format 10 teams in 2 pools of 5. Each team in a pool plays the others.
For his efforts both on and off the Touch Rugby pitches at Chobham, Steve Cross was proud to collect an RFU President’s Honourable Mention Award for Player Recruitment on 31st May. Congratulations from all at Chobham!
The benefit of 6 months of training was seen on Saturday as Chobham Ladies touch rugby team played their first match against London Irish ladies on the hi-tech artificial pitch. Winning the toss and attacking first with a solid set of six tackles taking the ball deep into Irish territory. With a strong defensive effort
Sunshine and smiles were the order of the day at the Touch Tournament held at Chobham on 16th May. All players were from Chobham Rugby Club. Eight teams made up the tournament and each played in seven 715 minute games. The games were refereed following the O2 touch rules. Touch Rugby. Steve Cross; Chobham Rugby’s