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Fullerians - young players | Chorleywood Magazine

Fullerians – young players

Posted On September 5, 2017
September 05, 2017

Youngsters at Fullerians RFC recently had the chance to learn skills and tips from Josh Lewsey.  The International rugby legend put the Under-16s through their paces during a training session at the Watford ground. Lewsey, who went to Watford Boys, played for Fullerians as a child and has maintained his club links over the years. He recently rejoined Fullers and is supportive of their current mission to build a new state-of-the-art clubhouse.

“I am really pleased to be involved with Fullerians where I started my rugby career’ says Lewsey, “I wish them all the best with their fund raising for their new clubhouse.”

“So far £550k of the £850k has been pledged” adds Youth/Minis Sponsorship Manager Andrew Robinson. “We are determined to raise the additional £300k this season so we can start building next year!”

Fullerians, which started in 1925, continues to go from strength to strength and the Club is currently looking to recruit new members,

“With the new season nearly upon us we are offering the first three sessions free to interested young rugby players.” says Andrew, “This applies to Minis and Juniors and also our newly formed Ladies and Girls’ teams starting at u13s and U15s.”

But why choose rugby over any other sport?

Enthusiasts will tell you that youngsters pick up life skills,

learn the benefits of team-work, improve their communication and gain confidence. The discipline of the game also teaches children about boundaries for behaviour. And most of all, it’s fun!

But there can be no better recommendation than from the young players who are very much looking forward to the new season.


“ I can’t wait to get back into tackling and kicking the ball across the pitch” Tristan Bardwell, 10


“ I love being outside and I especially like the rugby tournaments and getting medals! ” Seb Bardwell, 9


“ I like scoring tries best and can’t wait for hot dogs and chips after training too!” Luka Bardwell, 6



“I can’t wait to get into rucking and mauling and our first games of the season – I have really missed Rugby over the summer.” Josh Robinson, 9








“I can’t wait to get stuck in to show the boys that we can tackle hard and play rugby too” * Abi Edwards, 9

Mum Lou adds “ I reminded her that remember that the boys are your team mates and not the opposition!”)

“I’m looking forward to scoring more tries this season andcompeting – especially with the teams with girls in!” Georgie Christophotorou






“I am a forward – and might be a flanker this season, I love tackling hard.” James Fleming


Training and matches Sundays from 10-11.30am (Breakfast baps, tea & coffee 9am-1pm)

For further info on free introductory sessions and available clubhouse sponsorship packages email andrewrobinson@pgsconsultancy.com


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