Tributes paid to Cobham rugby player

Sutton Guardian:

11:00am Sunday 26th October 2014

Tributes have been paid to a former Tiffin School rugby player who died earlier this month.

London Welsh: Help is close at hand

Sutton Guardian:

2:00pm Friday 10th October 2014

London Welsh might be searching for a solution to their woeful start to the Premiership season, but the answers they are looking for could be closer to home.

World Cup and new clubhouse can usher in new era at Teddington

Sutton Guardian:

12:00pm Friday 12th September 2014

Teddington chairman Gareth Cross is hoping a new clubhouse can help the club cash in when the rugby World Cup arrives in Twickenham next term.

Cobham's Crobisiero delighted to crown comeback with European win

Sutton Guardian: Happy to be back: Northampton Saints prop Alex Corbisiero

5:00pm Thursday 29th May 2014

Former KCS Old Boys youngster Alex Corbisiero says he is delighted to be a European winner with Northampton Saints ,writes Zian Chaudry.  

Kingston survival fight over bar the shouting

Sutton Guardian: Trying times: Kingston’s Matt Bolster tests the Old Tiffinians

7:00am Saturday 19th April 2014

Kingston’s Surrey Division One fate will be decided  in a committee room rather than on the pitch - for now.  

Kingston chairman eyes one last hurrah for Surrey safety

Sutton Guardian: Well done sone: Luke Burge, left, is congratulated by Ryan Seymour after scoring a crucial try for Kingston

10:00am Saturday 12th April 2014

Kingston chairman Graeme Maisey is hoping one last hurrah can save the club from Surrey Division One relegation today.  

Twickenham's title hopes are dashed - but there is still the promotion play-off

Sutton Guardian: Contrasting emotions: Old Priorians celebrate the key score that gave them a 28-20 bonus point triumph over Twickenham to leave the home side’s title hopes in tatters

6:00pm Thursday 10th April 2014

Despite his disappointment in defeat to Old Priorians, Twickenham’s head of senior rugby Andy Rees paid homage to his side’s conquerors.  

Kingston's Thomas adapting to life at international coalface

Sutton Guardian: Change is coming: Henry Thomas in the England dressing room with the Triple Crown trophy

7:00am Saturday 15th March 2014

Kingston’s Henry Thomas might be England’s new kid on the block, but he reckons  he is learning fast, writes Sacha Clayton.  

Could the best rugby players in the world be coming to Croydon?

Sutton Guardian: Rugby at Trinity School

2:30pm Friday 14th March 2014

Could we be seeing some of the best rugby players in the world coming to Croydon next year?

Hampton's Lundberg scores in England win over Wales

Sutton Guardian: Star man: Ex-Hampton School student Alex Lundberg

1:07pm Sunday 9th March 2014

Former Hampton School student Alex Lundberg came off the bench to score his first England U20s try on Friday night.

Vandals take first steps to recovery after floods

Sutton Guardian: Running in porridge: Vandals scrum-half John Clark, above, collects a pass from Adam Bullett in Saturday’s first match at Brownacres since the floods, right 	Picture: Stuart Amos

4:34pm Thursday 6th March 2014

Weybridge Vandals captain Cassian Bramham-Law admitted ring rust was a factor as his side toiled hard to beat rock-bottom Teddington on Saturday.  

World is waiting for Cobham

Sutton Guardian: Seven yewars in the making: Work on rebuilding Cobham's clubhouse began in 2007 and seven years on the Fairmile Lane site is fit for a World Cup

12:00pm Saturday 8th February 2014

International rugby stars could be on their way to Elmbridge after Cobham Rugby Club was named as an approved team base for the 2015 World Cup this week.  

Hampton reach last eight of NatWest Schools Cup

Sutton Guardian: Flying high: Hampton School's lineout worked to perfection in wet conditions on Wednesday

9:26am Thursday 30th January 2014

Hampton School stand two wins from a Twickenham cup final after reaching the quarter finals of the NatWest Schools Cup.

Teddington youngsters thinking positive ahead of crunch relegation scrap

Sutton Guardian: Trouble not in mind: Teddington captain Fergus Farrell is not entertaining the prospect of the drop

4:00pm Friday 17th January 2014

Teddington RFC may be languishing at the foot of London Division Two South West, but club captain Fergus Farrell says no one is talking relegation.

Old Emanuel enjoying strength in depth during unbeaten October

Sutton Guardian: Happy days: Surrey Divison Two Old Emanuel enjoyed an unbeaten October

12:00pm Friday 1st November 2013

Director of rugby Fergus McCarthy has put Old Emanuel’s solid start to the new Surrey Division Two season down to a new found strength in depth.  

Cobham miss chance to go top as they lose to Chobham

Sutton Guardian: Not impressed: Ex-Quin Billy Davidson was not amused by his side's narrow 15-10 home defeat to Chobham

4:00pm Sunday 6th October 2013

Former Harlequins lock Billy Davidson's Cobham came off second best as they crashed 15-10 at home to London Division One South leaders Chobham on Saturday.

Parachute running and GPS satellites: A sneak peek inside England's 'war room' for upcoming rugby sevens

Sutton Guardian: Will Kelleher in action

10:00am Sunday 28th April 2013

Will Kelleher joined England’s players for a tough day of training at Twickenham stadium to find out what it takes to win matches and make the crowd roar.

Sports fans welcome Six Nations trophy to rugby club

Sutton Guardian: WIMB: Sports fans welcome Six Nations trophy to rugby club

12:20pm Wednesday 20th February 2013

Sports fans gathered at a Mitcham rugby club this week to catch a glimpse of the official RBS six Nations trophy.

Rival rugby teams to play for charity

Sutton Guardian: Rival rugby teams to play for charity

5:00am Thursday 14th February 2013

Rival rugby teams are joining forces to raise money for charity.

Teddington mum more dedicated to Breakfast Run than the rest

Sutton Guardian: Dedication: Jane Wilson, right, and friend Fiona Rennie are regulars at the Kingston Breakfast Run

8:00am Sunday 10th February 2013

Jane Wilson took on the Kingston Breakfast Run to get fit after the birth of her two children Ellie and Alex 15 years’ ago and she has not stopped, writes Stuart Amos.  

Dream Twickenham date will not distract Kingston's Chamberlain

Sutton Guardian: Local hero: Abigail Chamberlain on her England Women debut against Scotland

8:00am Saturday 9th February 2013

Richmond outside centre Abigail Chamberlain may have scored twice on her England Women debut last week, but she is not about to take international rugby for granted.  

Twickenham ready to put title hopes of the line

2:06pm Friday 18th January 2013

Twickenham head coach Clive See will be out for revenge when his side travel to Old Priorians tomorrow in a crunch match that could potentially decide the title, writes Jan Kapcia.  

Rugby World Cup will call on Games Makers

Sutton Guardian: On familiar territory: 2015 Rugby World Cup chairman Andrew Cosslett takes a trip down memory lane at former club Weybridge Vandals last week

7:00am Monday 7th January 2013

A former Weybridge Vandals captain has promised the  2015 Rugby World Cup will unite the English game in the same way the London 2012 Olympics did.  

Bramham-law eyes double joy with Vandals and friends

Sutton Guardian: Happy days: Cassian Bramham-Law celebrates Oxford’s win at Twickenham last year that saw close friend and new Vandals team-mate Greg Cushing finish on the losing side

12:40pm Friday 14th December 2012

Weybridge Vandals centre Cassian Bramham-Law is hoping he can add London Division Three South West promotion to a second Oxford Blue with the help of a little Varsity magic.  

Hampton's Lundberg takes tips from the top

Sutton Guardian: On the up: Hampton School rugby captain Alex Lundberg

12:00pm Sunday 18th November 2012

Hampton School’s first team rugby captain Alexander Lundberg has strengthened his position in the England U18s squad – and top tips from England front row coach Ian Peel will only help.

Road to Rio starts in Hersham for England's women

Sutton Guardian: Ready: England Women's centre Rachael Burford in the changing rooms at rugby HQ in Twickenham

8:00am Saturday 3rd November 2012

The road to the 2016 Olympics for women’s rugby starts in Hersham on Saturday night  and England international  Rachael Burford hopes she is there in four years’ time.  

Jersey's Thompson thanks Richmond for role in his rugby revival

Sutton Guardian: Dive, dive, dive: Jersey's Guy Thompson scores against London Scottish last weekend and owes Richmond for his rugby revival

3:00pm Friday 2nd November 2012

Jersey rugby star Guy Thompson might be loving life in the Channel Islands, but has revealed he would like to return to Richmond one day.  

St Mary's old boy Wade can break free from Premiership shackles

Sutton Guardian: Twinkle toes: Christian Wade leaves London Welsh new boy Tom Voyce - signed last week - in his wake on Sunday

4:00pm Monday 29th October 2012

Former St Mary’s University student Christian Wade will use his England experience to break the shackles in the Premiership.  

Twickenham slip from summit

10:26am Friday 12th October 2012

Twickenham have been knocked off the top of London Three North West after a thrilling 20-21 defeat at home to Old Priorians, who became the new leaders as a result.

Ironsides show no mercy for the Old Boys

Sutton Guardian: Super fast: Tyson Peters scored a hat-trick against Worth Old Boys    SP70798

5:28pm Monday 8th October 2012

Battersea Ironsides remain unbeaten and on top of Surrey Two after a thumping 62-7 win over Worth Old Boys.

Streatham-Croydon's two-year home record comes to an end

Sutton Guardian: Full force: Wes Baron tries to barge his way through the Old Tonbridgians' defence

10:22am Monday 8th October 2012

Streatham-Croydon’s two-year unbeaten home league record came to a disappointing end on Saturday thanks to a 18-25 defeat at the hands of Old Tonbridgians.

Sutton & Epsom stay top of the table after fine away day

Sutton Guardian: On the charge: Sutton & Epsom's Steve Warnham takes on the Chobham back line

9:08am Monday 8th October 2012

Short of five first-choice players, including top try scorer Ian Knott, Sutton & Epsom came through their most difficult match in London Division Two South West this season winning at Chobham 44-24 on Saturday.

Rugby round up as Wimbledon, Old Ruts and Merton all win

Sutton Guardian: Wimbledon scorer: Neil Hallett was deadly with the boot against Old Colfeians    SP68732

4:37pm Thursday 4th October 2012

Wimbledon Rugby Club were too strong for Old Colfeians in the London One South running out 46-15 winners.

Bank of England pay out twice over

3:49pm Thursday 4th October 2012

Bank of England Rugby Club skipper Ed Waite says his team are among the front runners for the Herts/Middlesex Division One title.

Streatham-Croydon make it two wins out of two

Sutton Guardian: Charging through: Chris Geary rushes through the Old Emanuel defence      Stephen Lynch

1:00pm Tuesday 2nd October 2012

Streatham-Croydon continued their formidable start to life in Surrey 2 with a comprehensive, if at times rather fraught, 33-19 victory over Old Emanuel.

Sutton & Epsom show no mercy as they climb to the top of the table

Sutton Guardian: Among the many points: Sutton & Epsom's Matt Whitaker was on the score sheet in the 72-7 mauling of Camberley

11:01am Tuesday 2nd October 2012

Sutton & Epsom were in no mood to show mercy as they mauled rock-bottom Camberley 72-7 at Rugby Lane to move to the top of the Division Two South West table.

Ironsides are expecting promotion, say full back MacKinnon

11:00am Friday 28th September 2012

Battersea Ironsides Rugby Club are going all-out for promotion to Surrey One, so says full back Raonull MacKinnon.

Change of tack brings back winning feeling

Sutton Guardian: Injured in action: Andy Nicholls, right, will miss the trip to Camberley this weekend

2:33pm Thursday 27th September 2012

Sutton & Epsom head coach Jeff Parsons has warned there are tougher tests ahead for his men after securing back-to-back wins to kick-off the London Division Two South West season.

Dean: Streatham-Croydon must forget talk of triples

Sutton Guardian: Take the ball: Maika Daveta prepares to offload for Streatham in the win over CL London

12:00pm Thursday 27th September 2012

Streatham-Croydon’s director of rugby Bob Dean wannts his charges to forget about a third successive promotion, despite an opening day win in Surrey Two.

Streatham-Croydon stage friendly recovery

Sutton Guardian: Score ruled out: Garvin Toussaint bagged a try in the friendly clash against Camberley but it was ruled out

12:00pm Thursday 20th September 2012

Streatham-Croydon recover from a poor start in friendly encounter against Camberley.

Phoenix from the flames

Sutton Guardian: A game of chase ball: Kingston in action against near neighbours Old Tiffinians last season SP65295

7:10am Saturday 25th August 2012

Kingston RFC are out to celebrate their 125th anniversary season with promotion back in to the London leagues, according to chairman Graeme Maisey.

Cassian only has eyes for Blue

12:00pm Saturday 8th October 2011

Weybridge Vandals full back Cassian Bramham-Law says if he doesn’t win a rugby Blue the hard work would have been worth it providing Oxford University triumph in the Varsity match this year.

Tough test for Quins Ladies

9:59am Thursday 11th November 2010

Quins Ladies journeyed to Rosslyn Park on Halloween to take on a team that enjoyed a great win against Quins in a memorial game at the end of last season, with the hope of reversing that game putting some old ghosts to rest.

Cobham have sights set on the title

9:18am Monday 9th August 2010

Hunting down promotion to the National Leagues, Cobham RFC are setting about launching an assault on the London Division One South league title for the 2010-11 season.

Williams and Inverdale lend a helping hand at Reeds

Sutton Guardian: Williams and Inverdale lend a helping hand at Reeds

3:23pm Friday 28th May 2010

Victorious Cardiff Blues hooker, Gareth Williams was on hand to present end of season awards to the boys at Reeds Weybridge Rugby Club last week at a charity fundraising evening, hosted by BBC sports commentator John Inverdale, in aid of Surrey-based charity Money for Milk.

Old Walcountians still in the hunt

Sutton Guardian: Muddy marvels: Old Walcountians hooker Matt Houghton on the charge against Farnham during his side’s 15-12 victory in atrocious conditions  Alun Stockton

10:39am Wednesday 24th March 2010

Old Walcountians kept their slender hopes of making Surrey One’s promotion play-offs alive by defeating bottom side Farnham last Saturday.

Old Emanuel run rampant

Sutton Guardian: Old Emanuel star Rory Duncan crosses for a try  PICTURE: Ian Ridland

10:30am Tuesday 9th February 2010

Old Emanuel stormed to a 91-8 victory over visitors London Media last Saturday after an emphatic second-half showing.

Old Mid-Whitgiftian throw it all away

5:35pm Monday 21st September 2009

Old Mid-Whitgiftian had only themselves to blame for their second defeat of the season when they went down at Sanderstead to visitors Old Wellingtonians.

Sutton hammered by Jersey

11:55am Monday 21st September 2009

This was always going to be a difficult trip for Sutton taking on the might of a basically professional Jersey side containing Tongan international Talite Vaioleti and a host of other players bought in from National Division One.

Wimbledon find the going tough

10:29am Monday 21st September 2009

With nine changes to last week’s impressive Wimbledon squad this was always going to be a hard ask, against a well-organised, beefy Beckenham team set on claiming their first win of the season. And so it proved.

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