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Club Officials


Don Branston

Hon. President

Tom Faulkner

Hon. Chairman

Bob Harcourt

Hon. Secretary

Pete Garlick

Hon. Treasurer

Paul Harcourt

Director Of Rugby

Luke Truslove

Social Secretary

Richard Harcourt

Team Manager
VP Member’s Draw On Saturday 20th December 2014.
The inaugural Annual Prize Draw for Streets’ VP Members is set to take place this coming Saturday, 20th December, just prior to the start of the local derby with Birmingham & Solihull RFC and, of course, just a few days before Christmas. Proceedings will be under the expert control of the club’s Treasurer, Peter Garlick, who hopes to conduct the draw at 1:45 pm. There will be three prizes, which will be, barring further additions to the membership, £150, £80 and £40 - some handy, additional resources to aid celebrations over the festive period. . .
Stockport Stunned In Strugglers’ Showdown.
For Broadstreet Rugby Football Club’s last away fixture of 2014, which happened to be their tenth and last away game of the first half of the 2014-15 league campaign, they travelled to Cheshire for their first-ever visit to Stockport Rugby Union Football Club’s Headlands Road Memorial Ground in Bramhall, to take a maximum five league points, with an emphatic 3 – 39 win, in a bottom of the table showdown. This was ‘Street’s fourth consecutive victory, after a disastrous start to the campaign, and gives temporary respite in lifting them to eleventh place in the league table writes Bob Harcourt....
With increasing numbers of players making themselves available for Broadstreet, Danny ‘Tinkerman’ Rowan finds himself in a position to select on merit and training attendance. The ramifications of this are huge and may indeed be to blame for the loud and unexplained banging noises heard across the UK and US on Saturday night. One theory now circulating is that it was the toys from John MfC Warne ’s pram after being shabbily treated by the axe wielding ‘ Tinkerman ’. Alternatively, it may have been retired para Stuart Crawford landing. Either way, both stalwarts of the thirds are now hoping th...
Broadstreet Rugby Football Club travelled the relatively short distance to Westleigh Park to take on a confident and full strength Leicester Lions RFC side aiming to capture a maximum five points against their lowly placed visitors. ‘Street had other ideas and came away with a gutsy away win 13 – 21 and did so with thirteen and fourteen players for most of the second half of the match, as they picked up four yellow cards to just the one issued to Leicester Lions in the dying minutes. ‘Street’s defence throughout the final quarter was immense and for that alone they deserved the win as Leicest...
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...

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