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Durham & Northumberland Three / Final league standings
« on: April 03, 2020, 05:30:52 PM »

Congratulations to Seaham and Redcar.

As expected Seaton Carew and Blyth along with Gosforth join DN3 next season

Does that mean no Elizabethans?

Interested to know people's opinions about whether the Lancashire clubs who formed the ADM Premier League were actually onto something?

More and more on this forum we are debating Cumbria clubs joining the DN leagues, Guisborough's journey between league systems as another example, and now DMP entering their Elizabethans into the DN system which has clearly generated more opposition than support.

It seems to be that as time goes by, support for the RFU system must be dwindling, and support for alternatives must be a feasible way forward for local clubs who feel they are not supported in any way by their own union.

Next Saturday, 28th December from 12pm

Taken from Newcastle Falcons website
Join us for a proper rugby club day out on Saturday December 28 as Kingston Park Stadium hosts five matches on the main field, helping raise funds for My Name'5 Doddie.

Kicking things off at 12 noon is a three-way clash between local rugby clubs Prudhoe & Stocksfield, Ponteland and Border Park.

The teams will play three 30-minute games between them, with one club resting while the other two play.

Following that is the match between a Newcastle Falcons XV and Melrose, playing for the Doddie's Club Trophy at 3pm.

The day then concludes with Tynedale Colts against Melrose Colts, kicking off at 5.15pm.

Supporters wishing to watch any of these games will require a match ticket.

Tickets are on sale by clicking here, calling 0871 226 6060 or from the ticket office in person, with supporters reminded that season tickets and seasonal parking passes are not valid for this game.

The day is helping to raise funds for research into Motor Neurone Disease, the currently-incurable condition with which Falcons and Melrose legend Doddie Weir has been diagnosed.

Being involved with 2 of the clubs kicking off at 12 I am very excited to be part of a great celebration of local grassroots, youth and senior professional rugby, as well as being for a great cause.

Tickets can purchased as above, or through your clubs own “Club Connection” portal.

Durham & Northumberland Three / Fixtures 14/12
« on: December 09, 2019, 08:35:17 PM »
Houghton V Yarm
Jarrovians V Newton Aycliffe
Prudhoe & Stocksfield V Seaham
Redcar V Wallsend
West Hartlepool T.D.S.O.B. V Seghill

Durham & Northumberland Three / Fixtures 23/11
« on: November 18, 2019, 08:40:57 PM »
Houghton V Seaham
Jarrovians V Seghill
Newton Aycliffe V Yarm
Prudhoe & Stocksfield V South Shields
Richmondshire V Redcar
West Hartlepool T.D.S.O.B. V Wallsend

Merit Leagues / Fixture lists for Aln & Blyth
« on: November 10, 2019, 12:23:32 PM »
Does anyone know where I can pick up fixture lists for the All & Blyth leagues?
Can't find anything on the NRFU's (awful) website

Durham & Northumberland Three / Predictions 05/10
« on: September 30, 2019, 09:22:09 PM »
Prudhoe & Stocksfield    -   Jarrovians            
Redcar      -      Newton Aycliffe            
Seaham      -      Richmondshire            
South Shields      -          Yarm            
Wallsend      -             Seghill            
West Hartlepool T.D.S.O.B. -   Houghton

Durham & Northumberland Three / Predictions 28/09
« on: September 23, 2019, 04:08:07 PM »
Jarrovians      - West Hartlepool T.D.S.O.B.            
Newton Aycliffe      - Prudhoe & Stocksfield            
Richmondshire      - Houghton            
Seaham      - Wallsend            
Seghill      - South Shields            
Yarm      - Redcar

Chat / Northumberland RFU
« on: July 04, 2019, 02:15:26 AM »
Anyone else having problems with it?

Appears they are trying to run a website on a budget of a fiver. It was archaic enough, now I cannot find any fixtures and results pages for any of the north east leagues

The Annual Border Park RFC 10-a-Side Rugby competition returns to Kielder Village on Easter Sunday, 21st April.

A total of 12 teams from both sides of the border will contest the competition which was revived three years ago.

Entrants include:

Tynedale RFC
Jed-Forest RFC
Langholm RFC
Morpeth RFC
Ponteland RFC
Northumbria Police RFC
Alnwick RFC
Border Park RFC
Percy Park RFC
RAF Boulmer
Sedgefield RFC
Ryton RFC

Hosts Border Park RFC will look to make it a hattrick of wins, following back to back wins in consecutive finals against Jed Forest RFC in the past two annual tournaments.

The X’s was once an annual highlight in the local rugby calendar, but sadly fell out of favour before Border Park RFC underwent a revival in recent years.

Club Director of Rugby David Batey said: ‘The Tens is a huge event for the club. It gives us the chance to show what we have on offer & having invested heavily into our facilities over the winter, we’re looking forward to putting them into action.’

‘The Club very nearly went out of business a few years ago, but we’ve managed to build some good momentum and got things off the ground. This years Tens is a landmark event & is a proud moment to show how far we’ve come.’

‘We’ve 12 great clubs coming up to contest the Cup. We’ve food and drinks on all day & Kielder is a great place to bring the family, so we want to encourage as many people to come up and enjoy the day,’ continued Batey.

The rugby will get underway at 10:30 on Easter Sunday. Food from Kielder Organic Meats and Fire & Dough Pizza van will be on sale all day & can be washed down with a wide selection of drinks on the bar.

For more information about the event, the clubs Facebook Page is the place to see as well as the website www.borderparkrfc.com/tens

Other Senior Rugby / Border Park vs Alnwick RFC
« on: March 10, 2019, 12:54:40 PM »
The Countdown is on to the resurrection at Symons Park. 16th March.

💥 Past Players Lunch prepped by a Joel Robuchon protege.
💥 BP Vs Alnwick, 1.30pm KO
💥 Six Nations on TV (Or Antiques Roadshow if West England bore their way to a Grand Slam 😴)
💥 Bus on from Hexham so all comers can enjoy the social activities
💥 £2.50 Beers. Or £3.00 if you’re a flash bugger and drink Guinness.
💥 Prosecco making its long awaited Symons Park debut

We’re looking forward to 40+ past players joining us from years gone by and many spectators for our first home game since we’ve had work done to the pitch and made the grounds suitable to host games. We’ve got new kit and we’re happy to welcome anyone who wants to pull on their boots for a run out. That’s what it’s all about.

If anyone fancies making the trip give me a shout and I can put you in touch with the bus monitor.

Durham & Northumberland Three / Predictions 09/03
« on: March 04, 2019, 07:13:06 PM »
Only 3 games this week?

Blyth vs P&S
Wallsend vs TDSOB
Yarm vs Aycliffe

Durham & Northumberland Three / 18/19 Season Run-in & Predictions
« on: February 25, 2019, 08:44:35 PM »
So after this weekend we have 4 games remaining. In leagues above us, the talk is on the top and the bottom, since we're safe from relegation the bottom is nothing more than a booby prize, but it's been a good season of rugby, lots of excellent rugby played and lots of opinions/talking points...

How do we see this season finishing, and next season starting?

We have seen CLS leave the league system, and best of luck to them for the remainder of this season and next. From social media, it looks like they're already on the road to finding their feet again.

At the top of DN3 we have Seaton Carew, Yarm, Blyth & Richmondshire, and with only 2 places to go up and looking like South Shields will be joining us from DN2 after a tough campaign for them, but from what I've seen, DN3 is going to be a strong league in it's own right next season.

After this weeks games:

Seaton Carew play Blyth, Wallsend & Seaham - SC can win min. 2/3 of these, one with a BP. Enough to go top for me.
Yarm play Aycliffe & Tech - Not easy but should be 2 winnable games to give them 2nd spot.
Blyth play Prudhoe, Seaton Carew, Richmondshire & Wallsend - Toughest run in of the 4. Blyth will need to be at their very best.
Richmondshire play Aycliffe & Blyth - Too little too late for shire. They need Prudhoe & Tech to come out on top this week and to beat Yarm themselves to be serious promotion prospects now but will finish above Blyth.

Durham & Northumberland Three / Fixtures 02/03
« on: February 25, 2019, 02:48:40 PM »
Newton Aycliffe vs Seghill
P&S vs Seaton Carew
Richmondshire vs Yarm
Tech vs Blyth

Some big games this weekend. Game of the week down at Shire.

Seeking Fixtures? / Border Park - Sunday 17th Feb
« on: February 12, 2019, 01:44:39 PM »

Border Park have had a cancelled fixture this Sunday. New kitchen, pitch and kit, plus full bar and ref booked. Would have been the first home game of the season. The usual social event at Kielder, no limit on squad size as it will be rolling subs.

Any sides interested please email borderparkrfc@gmail.com


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