As a club we would like to give a massive thanks to all Thamesians Rugby Club sponsors and partners. As a club member, if you require a product or service, please look to our sponsors first, because it not only returns the support they give us, but it could be that you get a favourable rate by mentioning and showing your seasons membership card to the club.
J P Dunn Construction Ltd is a long-established specialist ground works and concrete frame contractor, carrying out projects in London and the Home Counties. J P Dunn is a market leader that has built its reputation on the skill, experience, and innovation of its people, and has undertaken a series of challenging and complex projects.
A number of current Thamesians work with the company including James Galloway (Space Cowboys XV), Amy Parker (Ladies XV), Enea Zisis, Will Childs, Dean Oliver and Michal Sulkowski (Men’s squad). With JD out of retirement that would make a seven aside team!
Any aspiring mechanics, machine drivers, ground-workers, carpenters, steel-fixer's, site managers, engineers, surveyors please apply via our website.
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A huge thank you to all our sponsors Peri, Neilcott Construction, McAleer and Rushe, and J P Dunn Construction for supporting us this season. Construction has been going through a perfect storm with Brexit, Covid, increased costs of labour and materials, lack of lorry drivers and a fuel crisis (!!) so for these businesses to continue to sponsor the club is massively appreciated
Men’s team turnaround after a difficult start The men’s XV enter 2022 with growing confidence. The first two fixtures of the campaign against London Scottish and Saracens were... Read more
The women’s team sit 3rd in their division but with a game in hand on Eton Manor who are one place above. As with the men’s side, the ladies have recruited well and trained hard.... Read more
Christmas saw the club host a Harry Potter party where we were lucky to have in attendance the Weasley brothers - Fred and George. This was closely followed when the men’s and... Read more
Women’s rugby union is one of the world’s fastest-growing female sports, with more than 2.7 million women currently participating in the game globally. In fact, as more women... Read more
Udney Park remains under lock and key. The fields are no longer open to the public, and community sport is limited to the evening use of about one third of the fields by... Read more