By ,10-Mar-2014 19:09:00
The under 12s team were joined by not just one girl player this weekend but two extra in addition to regular team player Hannah. The girls have joined the squad after school satellite sessions delivered by club coaches have interested the girls into attending club training during the week and turned out against Congleton at the weekend. There should have been four, but due to illness the fourth girl was unable to attend. All girls were on the pitch together and emerged victorious against Congleton
By ,09-Mar-2014 19:15:00
This time last year there was no way we would have even entertained one fixture against these Lancashire giants, but so good was the first fixture both teams sought a rematch and with Knutsford cancelling Leigh were soon on the phone to get the game on. In fact they were on the phone a few times this week, first a late kick off was required, then an early one, then we can’t get the club house open early. After reading of the clubs recent ‘travelling’ issues we were only too happy to oblige and get the game on.
By ,09-Mar-2014 19:13:00
Northwich were faced with some availability issues this week. Houghton, James, Campbell, Watts, Chris Dale, Williams, Cairns, Eaves and Dutoy (injured in warm up) were all missing. However the blacks were able to call on the services of Barber, Gavin and welcomed the return of Gallimore demonstrating the strength in depth. This proved to be a pleasing match for the home side who chalked up their 9th successive bonus point win keeping them well in contention for the play-off spot.
By ,02-Mar-2014 15:08:00
Northwich continued on towards a possible play-off place with a pleasing victory over neighbors Winnington Park, and in doing so claimed the bragging rights with this decider. The build up at Moss Farm began early, due in the main to the fact that the revised KO time of 3pm caught so many out. With Northwich hosting their annual Chairman’s Day, so many supporters and great weather (for a change) all was set for a great afternoon’s rugby.
By ,01-Mar-2014 17:33:00
On a lovely cold morning with a bit more than a breeze in the air, the team got to play on the same pitch that the professional players of Sale Sharks train on during the week, not that any of the seemed to care.
With the teams split into 2 to face the masses of Sale, this weeks match report might be missing some key facts as I have only 1 set of eyes.
By ,23-Feb-2014 19:01:00
It’s fair to say that both sides would have preferred to play this match the previous week, but the weather put paid to that. Both sides had a number of players absent but it was clear from the off it had affected the home side more than Northwich. Northwich were delighted to see the return of player coach Sam Naylor back in action following shoulder surgery. From his first touch it was evident he was going to be in top form, and so it proved. In a period of 26 minutes the Blacks turned in a superb performance, scoring six converted tries and effectively putting an end to the contest
By ,15-Feb-2014 14:41:00
The 2014 Spring Ball will be held on Saturday 22nd March (7pm drinks reception) at the Great Hall of Vale Royal Abbey Golf Club’s 16th Century manor, providing a breath-taking setting for our dinner.
The event will be a huge extravaganza for the club; It is a black-tie event and includes a three course dinner, an auction conducted by our Master of Ceremonies, a singer (David Ball) and disco.
The auction items are amazing and include: a Porsche Driving Day, a Landrover Off-Road Driving, a family holiday, Signed sports collectables and many, many more.
Tickets are £37.50 but if you take a table of 10 you will get one free and pay £337.50.
The Hall seats up to 170 guests so a convivial night is guaranteed; ideal for networking and catching up with old friends.
We are well on target to sell out the event so please…get you skates on and reserve your tickets NOW! BY return if possible as I don’t want you to miss out.
To reserve your tickets please contact Martin Warding - email: firstname.lastname@example.org Mobile: 07880714047
By ,12-Feb-2014 17:05:00
Game 1: Northwich pressed hard at the start of the first half and a period of territory play for the forwards ensued with each team stealing possession and advancing to the next breakdown. It proved to be a physical encounter and it was Crewe & Nantwich who pressed home the first advantage with a well supported maul over the try line. The next period of play saw C&N again try to break through the middle and but for some heroic tackling by Ben and Connor would have surely scored again. Northwich though struggled to get fluency going and seemed to be chasing the game for much of the first half, during which C&N managed to convert another two scores.
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