Thamesians have returned to playing competitive rugby at last. Competitive contact rugby is suspended so this was a 10 aside version under RFU 'Ready for Rugby' rules with limited contact. At least it is a start after many bleak months. The match report by our ladies captain, Emelia Arbouine (read here). In the next few months we hope both the men's and ladies teams will be playing more of these fixtures.
The ladies continue to train at our home ground at St Mary's each Wednesday evening, whilst the men are now back training at Whitton Fields on Thursdays. Both sessions start at 7pm. Thanks to both Ben Pegna and Nigel Botherway for maintaining momentum with the two groups.
As we get towards Easter the hope is we will have a competitive sevens season in the summer leading in to 2021/22.
A big thanks to everyone who has maintained their subscription at this difficult time. We hope to have the pavilion open for some activities from 1st January, subject to whatever restrictions are in place. Thanks are due to Twickenham Cricket Club who have waived our rent for the period of occupancy. In the meantime have a great Christmas in your bubbles!
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