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    Posted: 28 Apr 2018 at 18:53
So it looks like next season we have;

Barnstaple
Bournemouth 
Bracknell
Brixham
Camborne 
Cleve
Drybrook
Exmouth
Exeter University
Ivybridge
Maidenhead
Newton Abbot 
Old Patesians
Weston-super-Mare

6 teams from Devon, 2 from Gloucestershire, 2 from Berkshire, 1 from Cornwall, 1 from Somerset, 1 from Bristol and 1 from Dorset. This still needs to be confirmed but its going to be fun...

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Lots of travel for us and Bracknell!
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So - Who's in for next season???

We still need someone to take over putting the table together and sure that FP will be very happy to share his spreadsheet and do a bit of a handover... He's good like that. Clap 
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For a nominal fee obviously Wink. It appears my friend Stallion is prepared to carry on doing ours so it's not a major issue. Big smile
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Originally posted by Friendly prop Friendly prop wrote:

For a nominal fee obviously Wink. It appears my friend Stallion is prepared to carry on doing ours so it's not a major issue. Big smile

Well you are a scholar and gentleman Mr FP and we all owe a beer when our Rugby paths cross... Beer

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Well you are a scholar and gentleman Mr FP and we all owe a beer when our Rugby paths cross... Beer

Cheers 
I might even participate as it's quite easy to predict in your league. Just C&P someone until they get it wrong then find someone else to C&P LOL.
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Maids are delighted to announce the signing of Niall Crosley from Preston Grasshoppers- https://maidenheadrfc.wordpress.com/?p=320&preview=true
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Originally posted by MaidsBoy MaidsBoy wrote:

Lots of travel for us and Bracknell!

Maybe worth Maids and Bracknell taking out a 6-month lease on a Devon farmhouse with B&B facilities ?

BTW Shaggy brushed up well for Saturday's fixture at Windsor, but Hask was too front & centre (BBC personal interview !) whilst his team-mates were being given the run around by Sarries.    
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Originally posted by Chipping Man Chipping Man wrote:

So it looks like next season we have;

Barnstaple
Bournemouth 
Bracknell
Brixham
Camborne 
Cleve
Drybrook
Exmouth
Exeter University
Ivybridge
Maidenhead
Newton Abbot 
Old Patesians
Weston-super-Mare

6 teams from Devon, 2 from Gloucestershire, 2 from Berkshire, 1 from Cornwall, 1 from Somerset, 1 from Bristol and 1 from Dorset. This still needs to be confirmed but its going to be fun...

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So Barum and Old Pats back from opposite directions, Drybrook and Exeter Uni the new arrivals, plus the established SW Premier clubs - I can foresee this could be a tight league.
Have a good summer and pre-season everyone and see you sometime in the 2018-19 season.
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After signing Crosley last week, Maids have further added to their backline with Olly Foxley, from Redingensians-
https://maidenheadrfc.wordpress.com/2018/05/22/foxley-comes-aboard/
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Originally posted by MaidsBoy MaidsBoy wrote:

After signing Crosley last week, Maids have further added to their backline with Olly Foxley, from Redingensians-
https://maidenheadrfc.wordpress.com/2018/05/22/foxley-comes-aboard/

Looks like you guys are building nicely for next season. Some good additions to the squad.

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Olly will be an outstanding signing for Maids. He's been a mainstay at Rams for a number of seasons.
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Jester, we’re very pleased to have him onboard- I think he’s looking forward to the AGP!

CM, how are your boys shaping up? Looking for promotion this year?
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Originally posted by MaidsBoy MaidsBoy wrote:

Jester, we’re very pleased to have him onboard- I think he’s looking forward to the AGP!

CM, how are your boys shaping up? Looking for promotion this year?
 
Yes, get Olly on a fast track and he'll be very dangerous.
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http://www.bracknellrugbyclub.com/news/appointment-of-jamie-turner-as-director-of-rugby-2309465.html

Was looking up about a beer festival and spotted this
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Originally posted by Dad Dad wrote:

http://www.bracknellrugbyclub.com/news/appointment-of-jamie-turner-as-director-of-rugby-2309465.html

Was looking up about a beer festival and spotted this
 
Interesting appointment, I know he's an Ex Bracknell player, but to move from Nat2 to SW Premier would seem a backward step, unless he's moved.
 
By the way Maids Boy, many congrats to Maids Colts for winning the Nat Colts Cup, a fitting tribute to Tony Brooks.


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 Head coach Steve Perry has left Barum to become head coach at Exmouth.


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Originally posted by Barum man Barum man wrote:

 Head coach Steve Perry has left Barum to become head coach at Exmouth.

I saw that on Twitter Barum Man, was it a surprise to you guys, or on the cards?
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Originally posted by Jester10 Jester10 wrote:

Originally posted by Barum man Barum man wrote:

 Head coach Steve Perry has left Barum to become head coach at Exmouth.

I saw that on Twitter Barum Man, was it a surprise to you guys, or on the cards?

It was a surprise Jester although seeing as the Exmouth post had become vacant the week before I guess it makes complete sense for him.  I believe Steve works in Exeter and presumably lives up around there - travel time to training sessions especially will be much shorter for him.
It will be interesting to see who Barum appoint as the new head coach - I just hope that they do not lose many players as a result of the relegation (our top points scorer and influential no 9 has already left us). 
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Originally posted by Jester10 Jester10 wrote:

Originally posted by Dad Dad wrote:

http://www.bracknellrugbyclub.com/news/appointment-of-jamie-turner-as-director-of-rugby-2309465.html

Was looking up about a beer festival and spotted this

 
Interesting appointment, I know he's an Ex Bracknell player, but to move from Nat2 to SW Premier would seem a backward step, unless he's moved.
 
By the way Maids Boy, many congrats to Maids Colts for winning the Nat Colts Cup, a fitting tribute to Tony Brooks.


Thanks Jester, I’m not sure if you watched the final, but they were absolutely outstanding, and, luckily for us, 4 or 5 are taking gap years, so will feature in the seniors next season.
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