Maidenhead RFC's Hall of Fame

Maidenhead is where James Haskell played and enjoyed his club rugby from the age of 5 until he left the Colts to join Wasps.

 

With Thom Evans and his brother Max playing for Scotland, Maidenhead can now boast three recent youth players who have gone onto full international honours.

 

However it is not just James & Thom as a number of their contemporaries have gained representative honours whilst at Maidenhead and since, notably Tom Guest and Nils Mordt who both play for premiership teams.

 

Whilst each player's success is undoubtedly due to their talent and hard work, we like to think that the coaching and organisation of Maidenhead's flourishing youth section has helped along the way.

 

In the 1980s Robert Huntsman played prop for England and going further back, when the club was known as Thames Valley, Tony Novis went on to captain England and Great Britain.

 

Sir Stirling Moss was also a first team player just prior to taking up motor racing full-time.

 

Below is the full list of our Hall of Fame to date. If you can any further details please let us know.

 

 

 

Player

Current Club

Representative Honours

James Haskell

James Haskell

Wasps

 

Listen to James on Maidenhead

British & Irish Lions squad 2017 (4 Apps)

England (75 caps)

England Saxons (2007)

England Sevens (2006-07)

England U21

England U19

England U18

Young England Sevens

Tom Guest

Tom Guest

 

Listen to Tom Guest on Maidenhead Colts

England Saxons

England 7s

England U21

Thom Evans

Thom Evans

Scotland (11 caps)

Scotland A

Scotland Sevens

England U21

England U19

Max Evans

Max Evans

Scotland (43 caps)

Scotland A

Nils Mordt

Nils Mordt

Saracens

England Saxons

England Sevens

England U21

England U18

England U16

Chris Cracknell

Chris Cracknell

England Sevens

England U21

Stuart Mackie

Stuart Mackie

Nice

England U19

Paul Doran-Jones

Paul Doran-Jones

Wasps

England (6 caps)

England Saxons

Ireland U21

Ireland U19

England U18

Tony Brooks

Maidenhead Academy Director

Barbarians

England U23

England U19

England U19 Sevens

England U16

Hannah Edwards

Wasps

England Women U20

Steve Bennett

Ireland U21

Ireland U19

Simon Ward

Ireland U19

England U16

Johnny Hammond

Johnny Hammond

England U18

England U16

Will Lowden

Will Lowden

Scotland U19

Adrian Griffiths

Adrian Griffiths

 

England U18

Ritchie Craig

Ritchie Craig

Witney

RAF

Scotland U19

Piers Morgan

Piers Morgan

Maidenhead

Holland

Robbie Shaw

Robbie Shaw

Esher

United States

Ireland U21

Ireland U19

Ireland U18

Mike McSweeney

Mike McSweeney

Ireland Rugby League! (3 caps)

Robert Huntsman

Robert Huntsman

England (2 Caps)

Position Prop

Sir Stirling Moss

Sir Stirling Moss

16 F1 Grand Prix wins!

Anthony (Tony) Novis

Anthony (Tony) Novis

Great Britain (3 caps)

England (7 Caps) (Captain)

Position Wing