WHY PLAY FOR CHARLTON PARK RFC…

Welcome to Charlton Park – Strength, Standards, Sportsmanship, Sociability.

This is what makes the club unique. This is why players continue to join us. And why they stay.

We are strong because we don’t accept elitism. Everyone in the club is on a par, everyone mixes, we have a long heritage and its values are as important today as ever.

Our standards are high. We are sportsmen and sportsmanlike. We are welcoming and sociable to each other and to our visitors. We have a gym and squash court as well as a proper rugby club bar.

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RESULTS

Saturday 26th November 2016

1st XV  12 – 32 v Medway

2nd XV 19 – 7 v Sevenoaks 2s

3rd XV  7 – 29 v Southwark Lancers 2s

4th XV 5 – 45 v Gravesend 5s

 

FIXTURES

Saturday 10th December 2016

VP Lunch – pease book with Dennis Attwood

KO 2:30 (TBC)

1st XV Vs Crowborough (H)

2nd XV Vs Old Alleynians 3s (H)

3rd XV Vs Bromley 3s (A)

Fuffs Vs Beccehamians 4s (A)

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YOUTH RUGBY

Training Sunday 18th September

We are developing our Youth Section and looking for new players, all levels of experience welcome. Training Thursdays 5.30pm to 7.30pm, training and matches Sundays 10am to 12pm. For further information please email Nick Hollier, Youth Chairman, nick.hollier@btinternet.com, Doug Hursey, chief@charltonpark.org.uk or see our Youth Information page.

NEWS FEATURES

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Charlton Park player influx

Following a less-than-successful season, when we were relegated back to Level 7 (London South-East 2), the club has been boosted by an unprecedented influx of new players. Twelve at the last count have been registered and there is real competition for all first team places. Watch this space for some pen-portraits in the near future.

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Enjoying rugby
since 1893

The date of this photo is uncertain, but we do know some of the people in it so it will come from just before the First World War, round about 1912 when we had a pretty strong team. At the time, of course, we were the Old Charltonians.

The captain, holding the ball, is FR (Freddie) Roberts. He played half-back (scrum-half?) for Kent and also represented London against Paris that year. We cannot be completely certain but the player on his right is probably HJ Turpin, who also played for the county.

Roberts survived the war to be captain again in 1919. On his left is Harold Hollis who was in the Kent side that won the County Championship in 1923.
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RAISE MONEY FOR THE CLUB…

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