Conference Centre

The Ivor Preece Centre is Broadstreet RFC's impressive conference venue in Coventry

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Club Officials

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Garry Watts

Hon. President
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Simon Skene

Hon. Chairman
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Paul Harcourt

Hon. Secretary

Pete Garlick

Hon. Treasurer
Paul Hurst

Paul Hurst

Social Secretary
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Danny Rowan

Hon. Fixture Secretary
Broadstreet RFC today announced four new signings as preparation for the 2017/18 season in National Two South continues. James Moreton Prop Chris Hanley, second row James Moreton, back row James Newman and scrum half James Adams have all committed to the club for next year Hanley has been a lynch pin of the strong Sutton Coldfield pack for 14 seasons and is looking forward to testing himself against the front rows at national two level. Moreton joins us after 3 seasons in the Nuneaton second row where he has been playing rugby since the age of 5. James has represented Warwickshire at every le...
Officers: President – Garry Watts Chairman – Simon Skene Treasurer – Peter Garlick Secretary – Paul Harcourt Social Secretary – Paul Hurst Fixture Secretary – Danny Rowan General Committee: Richard Harcourt Peter Branston John Warne Luke Truslove (Club Captain) Kevin Truslove Robbie Brown (Junior Rep) Chris Harrison Richard Skene Nigel Bonas Dave Parker Don Branston Ricky Watts 26 years as President Don Branston A special mention must go to Don Branston for his unquestionable years of service to the club as a player, member, volunteer, committee man and 26 years as our President.
#VolunteerOfTheYear and @MitsubishiUK @EnglandRugby David L Parker of Broadstreet RFU has been nominated for the inaugural Mitsubishi Motors Volunteer of the Year Awards for their work as a rugby volunteer and their dedication to the game. The awards are part of the Mitsubishi Motors Volunteer Recognition Programme which provides grassroots rugby clubs and the rugby community with opportunities to recognise and reward the volunteers who make up such an integral part of the game. In 1984 he started by being a taxis service for the Colts, progressing on to Ground works. Mowing and white lining ...
NOTICE: BROADSTREET RFC ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING will be held at the Rugby Road clubhouse on Tuesday 23rd May 2017 @ 7.00pm.
Pete McKenna, Jamie Richardson and first aider Nikki O'Brien join Broadstreet Colts double Warwickshire champions Following on from the 1st team success of last week, becoming champions of National League 3 Midlands and Warwickshire cup winners, Broadstreet Rugby Club have a double reason to celebrate this season. It has been 35 years since Broadstreet as a club have had a cup winning Colts team, but the success of their current colt’s team has been described as phenomenal. Mini and Junior Rugby success The colts team have successfully completed the season as champions of both the Warwickshir...
Pinley held their first ever Junior festival on Sunday 23rd April. The day ran absolutely to clockwork with Pinley, Atherstone, Old Coventrians, Willenhall, Broadstreet, Newbold, Belgrave and Earlsdon all taking part. We were also blessed with fine weather. We had 4 Warwickshire Society Referees booked for the day, so us Coaches could focus on our teams. With thanks to Luke Haskins, Martin Nailor, Sam Kincaid and Dean Randall who all gave up their time to help make the day an enjoyable success. The format was a main Trophy and Medals supplied for the ‘Cup’ Winners and losing finalists, and al...
Broadstreet enjoyed a bumper weekend as the Easter break kicked off with 2 brilliant Broadstreet victories which could possibly make the 16/17 season one of the club’s most successful ever. The 1 st XV, sat uncomfortably at the top of the table, had to travel to one of their closest league rivals, Peterborough Lions. Peterborough’s blistering form, having lost only once since November, had put them in contention for promotion and with Sheffield and Nuneaton hot on Broadstreet’s heels, nothing less than a bonus point victory would maintain the 2 point cushion at the top. Broadstreet Colts were...

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