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MON 9 DEC
Old Leamingtonians Ladies Rugby
Old Leamingtonians Ladies Rugby Club, Leamington Spa
Run by: Old Leamingtonians Ladies Rugby
Come and get involved in women's rugby sessions. It doesn't matter if you've never played, we cater for all abilities.
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Our dedicated coaching staff and friendly atmosphere will guarantee a great place to play rugby, as well as to have fun and meet new people, so don't worry if you have never played before.
Training sessions take place as follows:
Monday: 19:30 to 20:30. Wednesday: 19:30 to 21:00.
Matches are played on Sundays, not forgetting the weekend socials! If you are interested in joining us get in touch, or just turn up on a training night. Please contact us by email.
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This activity also runs on these dates:
Free to train.
All coaches are Level 2 RFU qualified.
Old Leamingtonians Ladies Rugby ClubThe Crofts, Bericote Road, Blackdown, Leamington Spa, CV32 6QP
About this location
Women's rugby club
This activity is organised and run by Old Leamingtonians Ladies Rugby.
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