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Staines Rugby Football Club

Staines Rugby Football Club (trading as Staines Rugby Football Club Limited) is an English rugby union club founded in 1926 whose first team "The Swans" now play in the London & SE Division - Herts/Middlesex 1.

Staines Rugby Football Club
Staines Rugby Football Club Logo.png
Full nameStaines Rugby Football Club Limited
UnionMiddlesex RFU
Nickname(s)Swans
Founded1926
LocationHanworth, Hounslow, London, England
Ground(s)The Reeves
ChairmanEngland Stephen Leach
PresidentEngland Graham Lee
League(s)London & SE Division - Herts/Middlesex 1
Official website
www.stainesrugby.uk

The Club used to play at the 'Lammas' recreation ground in Staines-upon-Thames but relocated to its own ground The Reeves in Hanworth (London Borough of Hounslow) in the 1960s but still proudly bears the name of the town.

The Club runs a number of senior teams with names such as "the Swans" and "the Cobs", and were one of the first in the county to have a Mini and Youth section now offering rugby for children aged 4 to 17.

Training TimesEdit

Senior training is held on a Tuesday and Thursday evening from 19:30 with Mini and Youth training taking place on a Sunday morning from 10:00.

Club HonoursEdit

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