Rugby Club Issue 72 - Page 4

About us FOLLOW US ONLINE TWITTER.COM/RUGBYCLUBMAG About Us Based in Gateshead in the North East of England, PPL produces four UK magazines as well as the recently launched Australia/New Zealand version of Sport in Profile. Our five titles are Cricket Club, Football Focus, Rugby Club, Sport in Profile and Sport in Profile ANZ. ISSUE 70 Rugby Club Magazine is committed to providing the Rugbyb world with a platform from which to share ideas, best practice and information with content provided by many leading figures within the industry including Chairman, CEO’s, Presidents and Managers of some of the top sporting establishments worldwide. A major part of what we do is providing grassroots clubs with a chance to highlight the work they are carrying out with a focus on community involvement, youth development, sound financial planning and sporting success. The crucial role that these establishments play in the industry cannot be overstated and they regularly provide stories of astounding commitment, dedication and integrity. € 8.20 / £6.95 RBS 6 NATIONS REVIEW Looking back at a closely contested tournament I SSUE 12 ISSUE 71 I SSUE 47 LITTLETOWN CC Progressing well since being established in 2012 EXETER CITY TIDEFORD A community based club owned by its supporters ABOYNE GOLF CLUB Competing in the Cornish Cricket League CHIPPENHAM The latest from Formaston Park MURTON Enjoyed a fantastic season this time around FATHER MURPHY’S Playing an important role in their local community CEFN DRUIDS TRURO The latest with Director of Football John Hughes A prestigious and friendly club The latest with Jonathan Wyatt SPIXWORTH SEGWAY EVENTS CORBRIDGE Playing an important role in the local community BOSHAM Providing people of all ages with a fun and exciting experience Winners of the Southern Combination Division Two E xciting plans for the future £6.95 £6.95 Editor’s Welcome With the New Zealand vs Lions test series set to get underway tomorrow there is still plenty of rugby to be excited about this off-season. Domestically, clubs are working hard to make sure that they are well prepared for their 2017-18 season. Issue 72 of Rugby Club Magazine looks back at some of the success stories from last year including Douglas (I.O.M) and Tring. We also look at the Rugby League season with Ryland Sharks having enjoyed a terrific start to their campaign. As usual, lots of clubs across the country are working hard in their communities and we give them a chance to share their work including Stockton, Tyldesley and Vale of Lune. We are always keen to hear from anyone with a story to tell so whether you wish to promote a business, a club, individuals, initiatives or products please do not hesitate to contact our editorial team at editorial@sportip.biz or call me directly on 0191 447 8383. Yours in Sport Jamie Seymour 4 Issue 72 £6.95