Northwich Rugby Club

Northwich RUFC LogoWelcome to the web site for Northwich RUFC senior teams. Our aim to is to provide interesting, accurate and timely information for existing club members, players, supporters, prospective new members and anyone interested in the club. We hope that this site provides you the information you are looking for and helps make rugby and participation in the club activities more enjoyable. Please use this e-mail if you have any feedback, requests or questions. For the Junior, girls or womens teams please visit the Northwich Junior site, or click here to visit the old web site. Also find us on Facebook

Just moved to the area & want to join a rugby club?
– Not played rugby for years but fancy playing again & meeting new people?
– Watched rugby on TV & think you want to give it a try?
– Don’t want to play rugby but want to watch it every weekend – be an NRUFC Supporter!!

Whatever your ability Northwich Rugby Club welcomes you! Northwich 1st XV are well established at level 7 but have ambitions to progress. This season we would like to strengthen the playing squad at all levels. Northwich Rugby Club is a friendly rugby club offering rugby for all ages & abilities. If you are looking for a fresh challenge or just fancy a change please pay us a visit for a 4 week trial without obligation and see if Northwich Rugby Club is the place for you. Training sessions & home games are held at Moss Farm near Northwich town centre. If you want more information please contact Steve Wood:

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10 thoughts on “Northwich Rugby Club

  1. Congratulations, my grandson Grayson Thyne will be with you soon.
    I live in Australia,while Grayson lives in Whangarei NZ. My son Darren (Graysons dad) left Australia to play in NZ many years ago and stayed there.
    Grayson will be a valuable asset and you will find his nature and willingness appealing.
    Good luck for the coming season . I will be following your progress with great interest…..
    Regards ..Hugh Thyne

    • Hugh,
      Good to know that your grandson is coming over. If you let me have your email address then I will see that you get a copy of the early-doors match report that gets published Sunday morning here. We have had a couple of players from Whangarei before. One of whom served two seasons here and then travelled to Aus (not his native NZ) and is now playing Breakers on the Gold Coast-if that’s anywhere near you.
      Colin Johnson
      Hon sec

    • Hi Hugh,

      Thanks for your message. We are really looking forward to Grayson’s coming over. I am sure he will make a valuable addition to the squad and he will be right in the thick of it from the start. I hope he enjoys his time with us and we will do our best to make him welcome.

      VC – Rugby

    • Thank you for looking after Grayson
      He was upset about not seeing the season out especially
      the way it ended..
      I am sure he fulfilled your expectations
      Thank you again and good luck for the rest of the season
      I will be following with interest
      Hugh Thyne

      • Hugh,
        Grayson is a good bloke and a good player. Looking forward to having him back here and turning over a few opposition rucks to our advantage.
        Hon Sec

  2. Hi. My real name is Jacek but since I came to Northwich 9 years ago from Poland im called Jake. Id like to thanks very much for very warm welcome of all NRUFC players. I just had my first rugby training session today and could say they are best people I ever meet in UK. Cheers a lo and looking forward for our effective cooperation. I hope i wont let anybody down.

    • Pleasure to have you with us Jake … It’s all about having fun so you will let nobody down, don’t worry!

      Zapraszamy do naszego klubu . Powodzenia .


    • Hi All,
      I am sorry for the delay in posting Saturday’s report. As it was a derby I thought in the interests of impartiality I would let Andy Simpson from the Guardian provide the copy, which can now be found on the site.
      We all know how pleasing it is to beat our neighbors and the post mach celebrations were a reflection of that pleasure. The key now is to use this victory as a platform for the rest of the season. The Club has welcomed new comer Grayson Thyne who performed extremely well having been thrown in at the deep end. He will undoubtedly add value to the team. As we welcome Grayson we say farewell to Chris Heywood who’s tackle on Harry Stubbs was the thing of legends.
      My thanks to Andy for the report normal service will be resumed next week.

  3. Woodsy,
    The rest of the world awaits your Sunday morning report with eager anticipation
    Can it be possible that you have left this key duty to a humble newshound for the local paper. A local derby and we, out in the dominions, must wait to receive a guardian by boat and train then a small lad on a bike .
    Fie I say and the ROW says Fie as well

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