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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.
Final League Tables
Four amateur Adult teams played league rugby this season. Druids in Herts/Middx 1, Dragons in Middx Merit Table 3, Occies in Middx Merit Table 6 and LWWRFC in Women's Championship South West 2. The season is complete and the final league tables are in.....
Finish with a BANG!
It may soon be time for the sound of leather on willow to echo across the ODP fields, but the rugby season isn't going to slip away quietly! With two more weekends of fixtures followed by 7s there's plenty of opportunity to get your fix of live rugby before the summer takes hold.....
The Lions - have your say
There’s nothing like a Lions tour of New Zealand to remind people of the importance of London Welsh in the history of world rugby. The victorious 1971 tour, featuring seven players selected from the club, including captain John Dawes - five of whom played in all four tests - was arguably the defining moment in the history of the All Blacks. But who makes the trip this summer? You decide…
"London Welsh is extremely disappointed by the decision yesterday of the RFU to expel the club from the Greene King IPA Championship ..
A New Future-Management Meeting 11th january 8pm
Want to find out whats going on at London Welsh and the plans for the future.