The first training session for the girls’ teams will be on Tuesday 3rd September from 6pm to 7pm, and every Tuesday after that at Wharfedale RUFC. The under-13s and under-15s will train together most of the time, just splitting into age groups for contact rugby activities and games.

If you know any girls who might fancy having a go at rugby, please do tell them about it and encourage them to come along. If you would like more information, you can e-mail Stuart Willis at wharfedalegirlsrugby@sillytrouts.me.uk.…

Whilst as a club our aim is to provide an excellent environment for young people to improve their sporting and rugby skills, as they reach 16 and beyond careers also need to be considered and forged.

With this in mind the club has set up an apprenticeship scheme with a number of local companies. Apprenticeships combine learning and qualifications with earning a wage which is a huge win for all concerned.

More details of the scheme are available by clicking on the Apprenticeships tab near the top of this page.

We would like to take this opportunity of expressing our …

Jacksons of Cracoe (TJ’s) offer an all day breakfast on Saturdays and Sundays to any person from Wharfedale RUFC wearing any Wharfedale RUFC regalia or who show their membership card for only £5.80 (i.e. a saving of £1 on the normal price).

TJ’s are open from 8.30am to 4.00pm on Wednesdays to Sundays inclusive.…

Congratulations to all the players and coaching/support staff of the Wharfedale U18 Colts who beat Old Elthamians U18s 31-21 at Worcester on Sunday in the final of the National U18 Cup with a truly memorable performance.

The club would also like to extend its thanks to all the members of the Green Army for their vociverous support who once again provided the 16th man!

Neutrals, looking at the two teams warming up for this final, could have been forgiven for thinking they were about to witness a mis-match. The Old Elthamians side, containing players in the Saracens Academy and other …

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