Welcome to the 2019/20 season.
Training is on Sundays at 1:00 – 2:30pm (arrive by 12:45 for a prompt 1:00pm start)
Not played before or moving clubs?,
We’re always looking for new teammates, so come along and try us out – no previous rugby experience is necessary
We offer 3 FREE Sunday sessions to newcomers via our ‘Turn up, Play… we hope you stay’ scheme. Its a chance to test out the sport, meet the rest of your team and get a feel for our friendly community!
Just contact the Team Managers below to let us know you’re coming.
|Age on Sept 1st||School Year Group||Crimsons Team|
|11 or 12||7 & 8||under 13’s|
|13 or 14||9 & 10||under 15’s|
|15, 16 or 17||11,12 & 13||under 18’s|
The Crimsons is the collective name for our three girls’ teams for those aged 11-18. Since our launch we have gone from strength to strength, winning a number of local competitions, and with many of our players being selected for the Kent County side.
The team are coached by England International player Vicky Fleetwood, and accredited RFU coaches Tom Chapman, Joe Kennard and John Noble. Girls rugby is a major focus of England Rugby, and our ambition is to be the foremost girls’ club in metropolitan Kent.
We play competitive matches with London and Kent clubs and beyond, go on trips to watch internationals and other professional matches, and have great social events.
If you are a returning player or would like to join our team, visit our Membership Page
For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the Manager of your age group’s team
Team Manager (U13’s – 15’s ):
Helen Sackville email: email@example.com Mob: 07561 319 280
Team Manager (U18’s):
Lisa Crudge email: info TBC
Coaches: Vicky Fleetwood, Tom Chapman, Joe Kennard, John Noble
The St Georges Day festival last Saturday was the final outing of the year for the U11s Crimsons, a team comprising girls currently playing in
On Sunday, the Crimsons returned to Wasps FC to defend their U15s St George’s Day 10-aside Festival title. Playing against some of the best teams