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Watch Live International Rugby at your club this Saturday!

England v Australia KO 3pm - Wales v South Africa KO 5.20pm

Saturday Fixtures

1st XV Barnstaple (A) SWP  - Zoo XV Cobham II (H) ZOO 

Sunday Fixtures

 ColtsB Bletchley A (H) OBB
U16 Buckingham (A) F
 U14A Sutton & Epsom (H) F
 U14B Sutton & Epsom (H) F
 Minis Rams (H)  

Recent Results 

1st XV - Maidenhead 26pts vs Old Patesians 20
 2nd XV - Chinnor 3rds 29pts Vs Maidenhead 2nds 5pts
National Colts Cup - Newbury Colts 8pts Vs Maidenhead Colts 19pts 

 
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Maidenhead RFC score eight tries in solid victory over rock-bottom Old Patesians RFC
 
Maidenhead remain fourth in the South West Premier after an eight-tries-to-three victory over rock-bottom Old Patesians at Braywick. This match of 11 tries failed to produce many memorable moments, but both teams showed a willingness to run the ball and it was a contest throughout despite Maids always holding the whip hand.

The hosts, as is becoming the norm, were much changed from their last match at Newton Abbot two weeks ago, and lost the services of influential No.8 Dave Cole early in the piece who limped off and latterly skipper Myke Parrott. Maids led 22-15 at half-time, having already bagged a bonus point, after tries from fly-half Adam Lubbock, back row Will Macaulay, fullback Olly Foxley and winger Scott Prince, only one of which was converted by centre Ed Keohane. 

Foxley's was the standout try with Maids winning lineout ball from an Old Pats throw, shipping it down the line before Foxley finished off a flying 80-metre move. Old Pats only had three points heading into the final two minutes of the half, but dotted down twice in that time to trail by just seven points. The second half began in similar fashion to the first with an early try for the hosts, this time centre Perry Jansen touching down after a Lubbock chip bounced kindly. Keohane converted for 29-15. The rest of the half was something of a twilight zone with Maids always doing enough to be out of reach, but without being at their best, while Old Pats fought to earn a bonus point they were never likely to achieve. The floodlights and setting sun merely added to the curious atmosphere. One bright spot was the introduction of debutante Dylan Baptista on the wing who showed his raw pace and power to score two tries in three minutes as Maids eased to a 39-15 lead. 

Macaulay completed another back row masterclass for the hosts with a try just before the final whistle, although there was still time for Old Pats to grab a third try of their own with the last play of the day. Maids will face a very different challenge away to third-placed Barnstaple next Saturday with the home side bolstered by an impressive 31-25 victory at second-placed Ivybridge. 
(Report by Graeme Copas, Maidenhead Advertiser)
 
 
 
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A big thank you to Horse Guards Gin for their raffle prizes last weekend.  

Refined, elegant and quintessentially British the award winning Horse Guards London Dry Gin has been crafted with precision and perseverance by their master distillers.

We are delighted to announce that Horse Guards Gin is now available behind the bar.

Also a massive thank you to our Ladies Lunch Club for all their efforts in the raffle last weekend.  

Here's looking forward to your next Ladies Lunch with a little bit of Gin added.  
God help us!!
 
 
 
No Smoking
 
As of the 1st December, (Vs Bournemouth) the club will become a no smoking stadium.  Smokers wishing to have a drag must do so outside of the caged area of the stadium. This includes Vaping.
 
 
 
VETS REUNION
 
There will be a "Vets Reunion" on 7th Dec from 7:30pm to watch Colts game Vs a visiting SA team

 All old boys and Vets welcome and Linda's Delicious Curry available at only £5 a head - served from 7pm. 

PLUS
There is also a Vets Reunion game under floodlights after Christmas, so register your interest, even if only for a 10 minute cameo 
 
 
 
Newsletter Database Update
 
The newsletter database has recently been updated to include all current Maidenhead RFC members.  If for any reason you do not wish to receive this newsletter please click the unsubscribe button at the bottom of the newsletter and your details will be removed permanently.
 
 
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