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London Welsh Women Ready For Pre-Season
London Welsh Women are heading back to training after a well-earned break, following their league topping performance last season. Pre-season training will kick off on Wednesday 18th July at 7.15pm at Pools in the Park, Richmond.
London Welsh Women RFC Fixtures
The 2018/19 fixtures for London Welsh Women RFC have been released.
2XV 'Druids' Fixtures
After promotion via the play-offs, London Welsh Druids will compete in Middlesex Merit Table 1 for the 2018/19 season. The fixtures have now been released.
1st XV 2018/19 Fixtures
The 2018/19 league season will kick off for the 1st XV with a visit to Datchworth on 8th Sept.
Senior Men's 2018-2019 Preseason Training
Buidling on a successful season that saw promotion for allthree of their teams, pre-season for the men's teams starts on 3rd of July
London Welsh AGM - Thurs 10th May
This years annual membership meeting will incorporate governance items of our club including the Bi-Annual review of specific officer roles. The meeting is open to all members of London Welsh Rugby Club and will cover 2017-2018 budgets to plan, performance against 5 year plan.
London Welsh finish league 17 points clear
With just a single defeat during the league season, London Welsh top the league with a very comfortable 17 point margin over Royston. Bank of England were a further 10 points behind in 3rd place.
Welsh end Royston's Home Run
London Welsh made the most of the depth of talent in its 1st XV squad to be the first team to defeat Royston at home in the league this season. A large crowd gathered on the bank by the side of the pitch as the top two teams battled it out, both sides determined to put down a marker for when they'll meet again next season in London 3 North West.
London Welsh Crowned League Champions
London Welsh lifted the league trophy to complete the first stage of the five year plan thanks to a 55-12 win against Actonians.
London Welsh v Bank of England - A match not to be missed!
The home fixture against Bank of England has long been viewed as a crunch game in our league campaign but the 'Beast from the East' kept us waiting a fortnight longer than we were expecting. A Welsh win secures promotion while Bank have to win if they are to retain any realistic chance of promotion. This is a match not to be missed!
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- Club Membership 2018-19 launched
- O/T Hidden BBC Wales
- Introducing the 'London Welsh Careers Hub'.
- National Poet of Wales in London 8th June
- 2018/19 Fixtures
- 2018/2019 Senior Men's Pre season training
- Paid role at the club
- Club AGM 2018 - 10th May
- O/T Keeping Faith / Un Bore Mercher
- LWWRFC v Ellingham & Ringwood Ladies - Sun 22/4 @ BASINGSTOKE RFC - 2pm ko