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We need your help. Are you interested or do you know someone who might be? Please get in touch to fill the following vacancies for the 2018/2019 season:   Communication Manager We need an enthusiastic volunteer to help with member and external Chobham Rugby communication. Core responsibilities include building Chobham Rugby brand equity by delivering

Chobham hang on to clinch back to back Surrey Trophy triumphs

Match report:   Ryan Gregory.   Photographs:   John O’Brien   On a simply roasting afternoon at Esher RFC, Chobham took on Effingham and Leatherhead in the Surrey Trophy final.   Looking to win the title for the second consecutive year there was plenty of messages of not being complacent and the need for good performance despite the conditions.  

Chobham u15As finish 2017-18 on a high

Match Report from Doug Mayger:   So if it’s Sunday it must be Dorking for the U15 As, for the third time in just a couple of months and the second weekend in succession. This time in something called the Twickenham Cup Final at Farnham, reward for winning their group in the Harlequins Cup.  

Auction Item – Wentworth Golf with Jeremy Guscott

I am pleased to announce that Wentworth Golf Club have donated the following as a May Ball auction item; and for those golfers who are not attending the ball, here is your opportunity to take part in the bidding by means of a silent auction. The day will commence with breakfast, followed by a round

Chobham u15As victorious in Surrey President’s Cup Final

Match Report from Doug Mayger :   The Under 15 Bs and As made the short trip to Vandals on Sunday or their respective cup matches. The B squad faced Guildford A in the Chairman’s Cup, whilst the As were in the President’s Cup final against Dorking.     The Bs were first in action,