Staines Rugby Football Club
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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.
|Full name||Staines Rugby Football Club Limited|
|Location||Hanworth, Hounslow, London, England|
|League(s)||London & SE Division - Herts/Middlesex 1|
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.
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.