Jason Yarwood, our Director of Youth Rugby, has been working with Mark Lerpiniere and our local schools to give more girls and boys the chance to try rugby and join Salisbury RFC.
Eat AMAZING pizza and support the Club's Community Rugby Fund at the same time…. Sit in or takeaway pizza on any Monday in Ferbruary and Pizza Venti will donate all profits to the fund. Remember, deliveries count as well.
The Club continues to operate as normal, in line with Government advice and Covid Protocols. Please click for more information.
Salisbury 49-0 Combe Down - 20th. November 2021
Salisbury’s visitors Combe Down are regarded as Britain’s oldest village rugby side and are celebrating their 125th year in existence this season. Although the home side were pleased to welcome them to their Castle Road ground they were less charitable on the pitch running in eight unanswered tries over the course of an extended eighty minutes.
Salisbury Rugby Club hosted three Dorset & Wiltshire Cup matches at Castle Road on Sunday 14th. November. The matches were scheduled to allow the whole club to stand silently for two minutes at 1100hrs, led by an U14 squad member’s moving rendition of the Last Post.
6th. November 2021 - Salisbury travelled to Avonvale, Bath's oldest Rugby club, for the first time and maintained their recent winning run with a bonus point victory. The game also marked prop Gareth Blackborow’s 300th 1st XV appearance, an amazing achievement in the current era, and is a testimony to his loyalty and intensive training regime.
You will notice some changes to the referees' decisions this season. Here is a summary of what to look out for and why they have been introduced.
It was a very important evening for Salisbury RFC last Friday 10 September when the Club celebrated the completion of their extensive new changing rooms.
It has taken a long time, but Rugby is back with the season kicking-off this weekend (4th and 5th September).