Ladies who lunge

Bridgnorth Rugby Club will be holding a Ladies’ Day lunch in the marquee before the Bridgnorth vs Luctonians game on Saturday 3 November. The cost is £20 for a three-course lunch, match programme, match entry, and a glass of mulled wine or prosecco on arrival.

The Club’s Nerys Arch says, “The day will be a celebration of all the women in the club. Our chair Karen Sawbridge is our first lady chair of the club, and many other roles are held by women. We’d also like to celebrate all the club mums, girlfriends and wives who support our players weekly. Our women’s team are celebrating their 20th season this year, so as a club we have lots to thank our women for and this will be a great day to do that!”

If you’re interested in trying out for the women’s team, training takes place for adults on Wednesdays at 7pm and for girls aged 12 to 18 at Thursdays at 6.30pm – for details about the sessions or the lunch, email for details.


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