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PENALTY COUNT COSTS CHOB AT TWICKENHAM

  Twickenham 25 – 21 Chobham   The heavens emptied at Twickenham RFC from kick off to final whistle as Chobham Rugby Club, sponsored by Bray Wealth Management, aimed for their second win of the season as the league restarted after the weeks World Cup break.   Coach Billy Davison and assistant coaches Alex Waddingham

Cannons vs Rosslyn Park

After over a month of no league rugby for the Cannons at Fowler’s Wells, table topping Rosslyn Park ventured out of London to take on the only other undefeated side in the league.   Rosslyn Park won the kick off and decided to start the match in conditions that had significantly worsened throughout the warm

Chobham U21s vs Dorking U21s

Chobham U21s began their John Douglas Cup campaign with a 28-10 win in their opening fixture of the group stage against Dorking U21s.    Chobham started the game with such a high intensity that very few could keep pace with. Strong early carries from Charlie Head and skipper Ollie Campbell which set the tone. James

Colts harvest home win on the orchard

Chobham Colts made their 2019/20 home debut on Sunday with a friendly fixture against Esher on the orchard pitch. The Esher squad were carrying a long injury list so it was agreed that Chob’ would bolster their numbers to ensure everyone got plenty of game time.   The hosts received the ball at the first

CHOBHAM EMULATE ENGLANDS WORLD CUP WIN

Chobham 24-14 Old Emanuel   Chobham Rugby Club, sponsored by Bray Wealth Management, followed up England’s fantastic victory in Yokohama with a great performance at Fowlers Wells – underwritten by the Cannons and Crusaders victories giving Chobham a triple win. Chobham hosted Old Emanuel’s from South West London in the RFU Leagues for the first

Chobham Cannons vs Old Reigatians

Coming off the back of a unexpected weekend off, the Cannons travelled around the M25 to resume their league campaign – taking on Old Reigatians who sat one place below them in the table at the start of the day.   The weather was as forecast with heavy rain and driving winds straight down the

Colts break season’s duck at DSP

It’s been tough going for the Colts this season, adapting to playing against sides with varying numbers of the older Under 18 age group, and unavailability meaning consistency has been hard to come by. This Sunday the squad were buoyed by the extra hour in bed and made the journey into London to face Battersea

Waterfall Cup woe at Whiteley for the Colts

The Colts headed to the leafy surroundings of Whiteley village on Sunday, with the first Waterfall Cup fixture of the season. Healthy squad numbers, including club debutant Cooper, meant that squad rotation would be a nice problem for the coaching team to have to make sure everybody had a decent amount of game time.  

Chobham Colts take Effingham Close

It was back to the bread and butter of the fifteen man game for the Colts on Sunday, with a trip to Effingham & Leatherhead who have had the sign over Chobham in recent seasons. It would be interesting to see how the impacts of switching straight to Under 18 rugby and RFU restrictions on

Chobham Colts dig deep at Esher

Chobham’s class of 02/03 reached the top step of junior rugby on Sunday with a trip to Esher Colts (U18s) 10s as a curtain raiser for the new season. With a squad of 21 to play as two teams in this unfamiliar format the day would always be tough introduction added to which the entire