History is made at Farnham Rugby Club

Saturday 9th October 2021 3:00 pm
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History was made at Farnham Rugby Club as their first-ever women’s second XV played a competitive league game.

The Falcons Seconds travelled to Horsham and convincingly overcame their women’s XV 27-7.

It was a busy weekend for the Farnham club, with the Waverley tournament taking place, which included a squad from Farnham under-sevens, pictured below with coaches Tom Houston and Matt Fairclough.

They enjoyed entertaining their counterparts from Cranleigh, Guildford and Haslemere on Sunday.

Along with the under-11s and under-sevens, age groups from all clubs took part, with more than 500 young people enjoying their rugby at Monkton Lane.

Also on Sunday, Farnham girls’ under-11s played their first-ever contact rugby match at Old Reigatians.

Having missed a season of learning because of the pandemic, the girls from both clubs took to their task with determination and some style - as the photograph above proves.

The Falcons Seconds travelled to Horsham and convincingly overcame their women’s XV 27-7.

It was a busy weekend for the Farnham club, with the Waverley tournament taking place, which included a squad from Farnham under-sevens, pictured below with coaches Tom Houston and Matt Fairclough.

They enjoyed entertaining their counterparts from Cranleigh, Guildford and Haslemere on Sunday.

Along with the under-11s and under-sevens, age groups from all clubs took part, with more than 500 young people enjoying their rugby at Monkton Lane.

Also on Sunday, Farnham girls’ under-11s played their first-ever contact rugby match at Old Reigatians.

Having missed a season of learning because of the pandemic, the girls from both clubs took to their task with determination and some style.

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