Following Saturdays presentation to the Club membership, the contents of the presentation were very positively received. All members were requested to contribute to the development of the updated structure and vision statement. The next Management committee being held on the 4th June with a view of formalising the clubs aims at the AGM on Wednesday 26th June. The slide show presentation and vision statement can be viewed here. Please contact the Club secretary with you comments and observations
Click here to view the 20:20 Vision Statement
Click here to view the recent 20:20 Vision Presentation
Pre-season training starts on Tuesday 25 June 2013 and click here for pre-season program details including matches.
Training thereafter is every Tuesday and Thursday evening at Newlands Park 7.00pm to 8.30pm.
In addition to this the players themselves are running a Saturday morning club, which is optional, starting with hill running/sprints up Leckhampton Hill, Cheltenham. It is intended to be done early morning so everyone can then enjoy the rest of the day without too much disruption. Contact Ben Hough on 07765 891078 for details. Continue reading
This season we have put in place a structure for the U-17’s and U-18’s to train with the senior team. The U-17’s and U-18’s will be combined to compete in the U-18’s National Cup and U-18’s County League and will have the opportunity to play in Development games with older colts/university boys, or even be part of the senior development squad. Continue reading
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Frank Patterson who was a keen supporter and follower of Cheltenham RFC over many years from the 1970s onwards. He an honorary life member of the club and enthusiastic statistician. Working for Whitbread’s brewery he used this connection to help support and provide some sponsorship of the club particularly over the 70′s and early 80′s. He made some life long friendships with other members of the club over the years.
Peacefully on his 84th birthday with family at Cheltenham Hospital
Devoted husband to June and brother to Vincent
Beloved father to Gerald and Brendan and proud ‘Pop’ to grandsons Johan, Bjorn and Yens.
Service at Sacred Hearts Church, Charlton Kings
11 a.m. Tuesday 18th June
Preferred that mourning dress/ black ties are not worn.
Family Flowers only. Donations for ‘Parkinson’s UK’ c/o W S Trenhaile, Funeral Directors, Apostle House, 175 London Road, Cheltenham GL52 6HN
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“We all should remember that a gum shield is as much a part of our sporting equipment as our boots and shorts, even more important as any damage to your teeth and gums will be permanent and be expensive to fix. There are many types of shield, “stock” shields that simply do not fit but provide a basic level of protection, “boil and bite “shields that fit a little better but only provide protection against chipping damage and they will distort over time. Finally there is the custom fitted shield these provide the best protection and are made of the best shock absorbing plastics offering the best protection for your teeth.” Continue reading