We might not be able to train together but you can still “Get your shirt on” by taking part in the RFU’s online training sessions run by former England players Ugo Monye, Danielle Waterman and Danny Care.
Over the next 3 weeks, you can choose a session from the three sessions: Session 1 U10’s and below, Session 2 U11’s – U14’s and Session 3 U15’s and above. With community rugby currently at Stage A on the Return to Rugby roadmap, it’s important for players to continue to stay active, even if it’s from home so come on Tigers “Get your Shirts On”.
Congratulations to the December 200 Club Winners
£250 157 Mrs. Penny Last
£100 181 Nick Clark
£50 176 Sharon Dix
£25 55 Ray Stone
Click here to find out more about our 200 Club
Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of Tewkesbury Rugby Football Club Limited will be held on Saturday, 14 November 2020 at 2.00 pm at The Moats, Gander Lane, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire.
Voting rights; are held by fully paid-up Life, Club 40 / VP members, and those who have paid the full senior players membership for Seasons 2018/2019 or 2020/2021 (both seasons included due to pandemic).
Proxy votes issues to be raised only with written permission from paid-up full members.
Due to Covid-19 restrictions in place, we are only able to have a total of 16 persons in the Clubhouse. If you wish to attend the AGM you will need to book a place on a first come first served basis by emailing the Club Secretary.
2. Minutes of last AGM
3. Matters Arising
5. Club development work update; legal and club
6. Election of officials
7. Proposed Life members
8. Annual membership from September 2020
9. Any other business
With many facilities around the country due to open this coming weekend, we are very aware that people will be asking what the situation is with our own clubhouse. The committee has reviewed the present Covid-19 guidelines and has now developed the following plans to open our club’s facilities in the weeks and months ahead.
With so many of our players keen to resume training, our focus so far has been aimed at starting training sessions, in line with the RFU Return to Rugby programme, for our senior and junior teams, and details of training sessions are available from the team coaches. Some of our junior teams have already taken part in training and our seniors have also been back training, so it’s great to see some action and the detailed plans we put into place working well and keeping everyone safe.
Our next focus is to open the bar for our club members, and whilst we understand everyone’s hopes of re-opening it is not a simple process and many new systems will need to be put in place to ensure the safety of staff, volunteers and members and this will take time. Given that we do not anticipate opening before 27 July or possibly later.
At present all other events have been postponed for July and August.
The committee is now meeting every two weeks and is working hard to make sure we can put in place everything we need to open the clubhouse once again, we know that not opening on the 4 July will cause disappointment, but we must all be mindful that our priority must be to ensure everyone’s safety so we would ask you to bear with us.