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It was fifteen years ago today...
Well, maybe not exactly fifteen years ago today, but on Tuesday 20th August 2002, London Welsh played a pre-season friendly at Staines. We were about to embark on a fifth season in National League One (level two) and we finished the season in fifth place - behind Rotherham, Worcester, Exeter and Orrell - to be ranked as the best semi-professional club in the land.
Keeping Members Updated
How to sign up for newsletters, updates ahead of the 2017/18 season and how you can get involved!
Dylan returns as times are a-changing at Welsh
Having played 92 games for London Welsh between 2002 and 2007, scoring a total of 367 points, Dylan Pugh is pulling back on his boots to turn out for his old club a decade on.....
Parker & Griffiths talk to The Rugby Network
Sonny and Cai discuss the plans for London Welsh and the challenges ahead.
London Welsh Membership 2017/18
Membership for the 2017/18 season is now available. Non-playing membership is just £60 for the season and £240 would give you Club Patron status. Both categories offer a range of benefits. There's never been a better time to join London Welsh!
1st XV Oppo 2017/18 - Revised
With the league fixtures out, a change to the expected HM1 teams and the 1st XV being confirmed as the 1st XV, the opposition round-up needed a little tweak. Here is version 2....
London Welsh 1st XV Fixtures 2017/18
The fixtures are out and London Welsh kick-off their Herts/Middx 1 campaign with an away game at Watford on 9th Sept. The first home match of the season is on 16th Sept when we welcome Staines to ODP.
London Welsh AGM - Weds 31st May
The year the club's annual membership meeting will be held on 31st May, 7.30 for an 8pm start. The meeting is intended to be a Membership Meeting rather than a formal AGM and will be open to all who want to #BePartOfIT. This is your chance to find out what is happening and what you can do to help.
London Welsh - The Future
Exciting news from ODP last Thursday as the Amateur Club Board set out their vision for the future. Realistic plans and a sustainable future together with bringing in top level experience raise hope for many exciting seasons to come. The press release is below.
Druids' Oppo 2017/18
It's a month until the league fixtures are announced but we do know the 11 teams that Druids will face in Herts/Middx 1. At the end of the season the top two will be promoted to London 3 NW, the bottom two will drop down to HM2.
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- Dylan returns as times are a-changing at Welsh
- Parker & Griffiths talk to The Rugby Network
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