Cinderford 22 Blackheath 22

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A fine first period would be followed by a somewhat complacent second, to allow Cinderford to claw their way back from a 15-point deficit and share the spoils on this delightful, if chilly, afternoon in the Forest of Dean. Blackheath were on top from the outset as ball was turned over following the kick off, […]

The History of the Well Hall Memorial Gates

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On Sunday 11th November 2018, which was both Remembrance Sunday and the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War, a Service of Remembrance took place at the Memorial Gates at Well Hall. Following two minutes silence, wreaths were laid on the gates by members of the Woolwich Polytechnic Masonic Lodge, by two […]

Results on Remembrance Sunday

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A lot of Club sides were in action last Sunday, when the Nation marked Remembrance on the 11th hour, of the day in the 11th month. Club sides and their opposition all fell silent at 11am, whether at home or away and at Well Hall there was a special poignancy to the service and wreath […]

Remembrance 100 Years On

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Written by Andy Lock   Most people will be aware that this November marks the hundredth anniversary of the Armistice which brought the fighting between the Armies of the Western Allies, including the British Empire, and those of Imperial Germany to an end. A two-minute silence at 11am will be familiar to us all, but […]

Blackheath 41 Sale FC 24

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Ten tries in total, and seven in favour of the hosts, in an excellent performance that takes Blackheath to the helm of National League One as domestic rugby takes a week’s break. On a bright but breezy November afternoon, the Club gained the perfect start as, following Steff Liebenberg’s box kick, loose ball popped into […]

Match Day Programme Club v Sale FC

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Welcome to Well Hall for the 1st time Sale FC.  Click here to download your free copy of the match day programme.  In it, as well as the usual match day information we remember those Club players who served in the First World War, as the 100th anniversary of end of the war draws close.

Fran Cotton 1947 – 2018

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We are extremely sad to report the recent death of Fran Cotton at the age of 71. Fran had corticobasal degeneration, a rare neurological condition. He died on the morning of Wednesday 24th October at St Joseph’s hospice where he had been only briefly as he was able to stay and be cared for at […]

Caldy 17 Blackheath 25

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A superb performance, and deserved victory, to topple the National League One leaders and keep Blackheath’s challenge at the head of the table firmly alive. In a tight game, on this bright but chilly afternoon at the delightful Paton Field, each side matched the other with three tries apiece, but the visitors, led by the […]

Blackheath 30 Birmingham Moseley 26

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Five tries to two would suggest a more one-sided game, but the final scoreline indicates differently, and even that doesn’t tell the story of a terrific climax with Moseley pressing within the Blackheath five-metre line, for what seemed an eternity, until ball was eventually turned over and cleared. It meant that for the fifth time […]

Match Day Programme: Club v Birmingham Moseley

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We are currently trialling the match day programme as an electronic version that people can read at home or on their phones and what was initially just emailed to members on the Friday night is now available to everyone to download on match day itself. Please click here for your copy    

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