Bart joined the Thamesians RFC committee in 2003 initially as membership secretary and then combining this role with that of treasurer, before becoming the club chairman. His fifteen year continuous stint on the committee is a record that is unlikely to be broken, and is a testimony to his total commitment to the club. Of course his history with Thamesians goes back many years before this - he first put his boots on for the club just as Margaret Thatcher came to power. At the time you could still get change from a pound for two pints! (if you drank mild). The club is delighted that Bart is still providing guidance behind the scenes as Club President – a role he took over from another great club stalwart - his wife Sandra!
The latest article in the Nub reports the growing support for the community bid to secure the future of Udney Park playing fields. Teddington Nub: National sporting figures back... Read more
Thamesians have a rich history in rugby sevens. This goes back to the 1970’s when the club had a fine record in the Middlesex 7's. Preliminary rounds were played at the London... Read more
It's exciting to be back together and able to train and meet up. After the events of the last year, the men like everyone else are looking forward to meeting up with friends,... Read more
Some reminders of years gone by provided by Bill Glassup. In these days the Easter tour was an important ingredient to the annual calendar! Just as now with Lockdown restrictions... Read more
On any roll of honour for Thamesians top of the list must be Bob Mordell and Alan (Alfie) Mitchell. Both played in the winning Thamesians team in the National Old Boys Sevens... Read more