Wed 28 Aug 2019 10:17

Saturday saw the culmination of a three year project to establish an additional rugby pitch and training area when Mrs Liz Biles officially opened the Max Biles Ground, named in memory of her son Max who skippered the club a decade ago. Max died in 2009 at the age of 29 of an undiagnosed heart problem. He was much regarded and respected by the local rugby community and would surely have approved the pitch christening with a pint of bitter that followed the ribbon cutting ceremony.
Left to right: Chris Brickell (Club President), Greg Pearce (Club Chairman), Mrs Liz Biles.

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