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Get a front row seat at The Warriors

Woodbridge Rugby Club’s senior men’s team; The Warriors is looking for new members with the drive and determination to play hard in all meanings of the word. After several seasons in Eastern Counties 1 league the team is settled and wants to maintain its position playing a good standard of rugby and having a good time socially and during weekly training.

The Warriors need new team members – especially front row players who undertake an especially important job in the frequent scrums. The Club is asking for those that want to try the game to pitch up at training on a Tuesday evening at 7:00pm and meet the team while having an informal training session. This will provide newcomers with an opportunity to get a feel for the rules of the game, meet fellow team members and ask questions.
Woodbridge Rugby Club has undergone extensive investment over the last five years and boasts impressive facilities for changing, training and social events. A visit to the Club will impress anyone wishing to join one of the largest and friendliest Clubs in the area. With women’s and men’s rugby played at all age levels and even in wheelchairs – Woodbridge Rugby Club is a major part of the Suffolk sports community and regularly wins awards for its activities and busy volunteers.

One of the great features of rugby is that there are places on the team for all shapes and sizes. The game is a true team sport – where larger, heavier players have a role using their strength to hold others of a similar build at bay to gain and keep possession. Smaller, lighter players are equally important, using speed and agility to try and run around their opposite numbers. And so a strong bond is built with all players undertaking specific tasks together to score.

To try it out please come along to Woodbridge Rugby Union Football Club, Hatchley Barn, Orford Road, Bromeswell, Suffolk, IP12 2PP or telephone Darren ‘Reg’ Perry on 07832 136375 Email: perrydmythos@yahoo.co.uk

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