Conferences

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Conference Centre

The Ivor Preece Centre is Broadstreet RFC's impressive conference venue in Coventry, check it out here

Mini Rugby

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Play Mini Rugby

Looking to play mini rugby in Coventry then check out our mini rugby section.

Sponsorship

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Sponsoring Broadstreet

Broadstreet RFC have many representative rugby games as well as our own home teams

Training Rooms

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Training Rooms

Our conference rooms are also ideal for training rooms in Warwickshire

Club Officials

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Don Branston

Hon. President
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John Warne

Hon. Chairman
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Bob Harcourt

Hon. Secretary
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Pete Garlick

Hon. Treasurer
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Paul Harcourt

Director Of Rugby
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Luke Truslove

Social Secretary
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Richard Harcourt

Team Manager
Broadstreet 3rds welcomed close neighbours Pinley RFC 2nds to the Ivor Preece Field Rugby Ground for the first clash between the two this season. Pinley Twos are always guaranteed to provide a stern test for Street Threes, so the visitors were only ever going to be treated with the utmost respect. With three of Street’s sides, 1sts, 2nds and 3rds, kicking off at the same time at home, there were some who may have been concerned that player resources might be a bit thin lower down the pecking order, especially with the Autumn Internationals providing a cosy alternative to putting boots on in c...
For the first ever meeting between the clubs, Broadstreet RFC welcomed Otley RFC to the Ivor Preece Field Rugby Ground for Round Twelve of the National League Two North campaign. Trailing 3 – 17 after only thirteen minutes, the fighting comeback of Broadstreet’s ‘Braves’ provided some ‘sunshine’ on an otherwise dank and dreary afternoon, with a first half downpour matching the Rugby Road Boy’s early deluge of points conceded. Two tries from Otley ’s, Coventry raised, Leeds Carnegie Student, Harry Hudson ; both converted by scrum half Stephen Depledge, , gave Broadstreet an almighty fright wit...
Nick Thatcher Reaches Thirty With A Party.
Club Captain hosts Fancy Dress Party on Saturday 22nd November 2014. Nicholas Thatcher, who seems to have played for Street’s 1sts for twenty-odd years, has only just reached thirty. To celebrate, Nick has organised a Fancy Dress Birthday Party with a ‘Kid’s TV and Films’ theme for this Saturday. So, for anyone that doesn’t already know, get your Fancy Dress organised ASAP in order to join in with evening’s fun proceedings. . .
Imaginative Shuffling Of The Cards, Pays Handsome Dividend.
Sat Navs Only Take You Where You Ask Them To. Anyone know the difference between Sutton Coldfield and Nuneaton? Broadstreet’s Development squad were again in action this week following a late cry off last Saturday versus Bromsgrov e RFC. They were up against a widely renowned and experienced second team in Nuneaton RFC Saxons at Liberty Way. Phil ‘Woodward’ Smith had been busy all week assembling his squad, going for a mix of new talent and former first team Broadstreet players and those trying to win back selection to the first team writes Broadprop. Phil proudly proclaimed on Friday night “...
Danny ‘Tinkerman’ Rowan decided to venture further afield this week with his charges, a sure sign of his growing confidence as Chef d’Equipe of this fine body of men. It was deep into Brummy Land the boys ventured with a visit to the ever-hospitable Sutton Coldfield RFC. It’s one of the enduring conundrums of the Rugby season that the Autumn Internationals’ period seems to coincide with so many “family commitments”, “shopping trips” and “home improvement projects”. And so it was this weekend. Depleted of regulars, the ‘Street needed to show its strength in depth. The Tinkerman was left with n...

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