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Become "Player 72"

The name “Player 72” comes from two things, one of course being the now very famous cellphone advertisements and their support for our national rugby team, and secondly it is about the year our club first came into being back in 1972.  We intend to carry this theme thru to all our members and increase our membership in the club, not only on the field but up on the balcony and in the pub after games as well...
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Bothasig 1st & 2nd Teams: Our Season on Reflection

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Now that the dust has settled, the nerves have calmed down and the stress levels have returned to normal, it’s time to reflect on the facts of how the season actually panned out. The facts are, besides Hellenic(who are an academy anyway), we had the youngest side in the league with at least 7 of our players being 23 and younger. We had all home grown players as opposed to a Sunningdale who never had 1 home grown player from the team that won promotion 2 years ago. We lost our top goal scorer of last year, Bugg (22 goals in 16 games) after a few games & our main playmaker of the last 2 years, Jiks for the entire season. We gained another playmaker in Clint Nicholson, only to lose him after a couple of games through injury. We lost 7 points in May due to a dispute and ridiculous ruling. We were only in the bottom 4 briefly for 2 weeks when these points were first deducted. For the first time in the league’s history 4 teams out of 16 were to be relegated and yet despite all of this we still survived. So in hindsight you’ve got to say, despite everything, it was a good season.

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5th Knock Out Final for the Queen B's

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After weeks of preparation the ladies squad took to a rather muddy and large Rygersdal A field to take on the dangerous Tramway ladies side.
The first half was very tough for us as the pitch did not suit our game and we had to revert to different tactics.  However we managed to adapt well and although there were numerous shots at goal, after 40 minutes the half ended with the score still 0-0
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