Blackheath 12 Fylde 32

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Club fold as Fylde fly up to fourth The final National League one weekend of the season and something of an end of term feel to a game that contained some inspiring passages of play, but was too disjointed to set a warm spring afternoon ablaze. Not that Fylde would have minded as they headed […]

Bason bows out

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There’ll be a few lumps in the throat around Rectory Field tomorrow afternoon when Blackheath emerge from the changing room for their final match of the 2014/15 campaign. For a majority of the last decade, the Club faithful have been accustomed to the reassuring sight of Tom Bason leading out their side, clutching his black […]

Blackheath in Mexico

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The world’s oldest open rugby club to play in Cancun Sevens as part of the ‘Dual Year UK and Mexico 2015′ project by Duncan Herbert The year 2015 has been designated by the Mexican and UK governments as a Dual Year, the “Year of Mexico in the United Kingdom” and the “Year of the United […]

Coventry 49 Blackheath 29

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Club concede to Cov class A fine, sunny spring afternoon, a firm dry surface, and two sides with plenty of pace in their respective back divisions (Coventry have passed the half-century mark on four occasions this term), this was always anticipated to be high scoring encounter. In that respect the 1,949 crowd in the Butts […]

Blackheath 12 Ealing Trailfinders 45

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Seven try Trailfinders close on title The champagne flowed in the Ladies’ Day marquee, but for Ealing the bubbly will have to remain on ice for just a little longer, thanks to Rosslyn Park’s equally emphatic 38-20 victory over Tynedale at the other end of the south circular. Nevertheless, this comfortable five-point victory keeps the […]