Longton Rugby captain George Glenn, believes the club are in good spirits following their recent run of positive results.
Longton Rugby Club blindside flanker Mikey Allen says the squad have responded well in training this week following their 72-0 defeat to Sandbach last weekend.
The game was an even affair in the opening 30 minutes, but nine converted tries in the remaining 50 was enough to send the visiting team home defeated and disappointed.
Lichfield Ladies RUFC will soon find out if an appeal against exclusion from the new Women’s Super League has been successful.
The club is expecting a decision from the RFU after appealing their original ruling.
Leicester Tigers are set to play their last home match of the Aviva ‘A’ League season at Lichfield Rugby Club in Staffordshire.
The game is set to take place on Sunday, April 9 at 3pm as the Tigers Development XV will face off against Worcester Cavaliers on Lichfield’s Cooke Fields.
Leek Rugby Club looking to keep up winning streak as Longton, Stoke and Newcastle all aim to bounce back
Longton host high-flying Broadstreet in National League Three Midlands this weekend with relegation still a possibility as the season nears its conclusion.
A protest campaign is underway following a shock decision to leave Lichfield Ladies out of the new national Women’s Rugby Super League.
A senior rugby figure says the decision is “incomprehensible” and has been met with “total dismay”.
Lichfield RUFC “surprised and extremely disappointed” as RFU exclude women’s team from new Super Rugby League
Lichfield Ladies are “surprised and extremely disappointed” after the Rugby Football Union made the decision to not incldue the club in the ten-team list for next season’s new Women’s Super Rugby league.
The Staffordshire club – who currently sit second in the Women’s Premiership and a point off leaders Bristol – had applied for one of the ten spots but failed in their attempts to secure a place in the new elite competition.
Macclesfield Director of Rugby Giles Heagarty believes his side are still trying to find the perfect balance.
The Blues sit bottom of the National League One and seem destined to be relegated, having won just two matches since being promoted last year.
Newcastle Rugby coach Dean Rodwell believes his side can do the double on local rivals Leek and stop the title-chasing club in their search for ten consectutive wins.
Rodwell’s men were the last team to beat Leek in the league – running out 31-25 winners in a seven-try thriller back in October to record their first win of the season.
Longton face a tricky trip to the Second City for their National League 3 Midlands clash with Birmingham Solihull this Saturday.
Longton’s opponents sit 16-points ahead of the Staffordshire club in fourth place and are firmly in the hunt to catch leaders Nuneaton, while George Glenn’s men are currently tenth.