Rosslyn Park Back in Action This Weekend

Team plays first game of rugby at home in 18 months

A strong squad has been assembled for the current season
A strong squad has been assembled for the current season


Rosslyn Park Rugby Football Club

Park Weather the Storm to Grab Bonus Point Win

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Rosslyn Park will be welcoming Leeds Tykes to the Upper Richmond Road this Saturday (11 September) for their first home game in 18 months.

The Yorkshire side will be looking to make a quick return to the Championship but Park will be hoping to challenge them and this will be a key test of both sides’ promotion potential with only one spot available.

Park are many people’s tip for the title with Kieran Power’s side in second place behind Richmond in the truncated 2019/20 season. With ex-British and Irish Lion Sean O'Brien joining the club's coaching team there seems to be some reason for optimism.

The National League One fixture kicks off at 3pm with the bar open from 12 noon. There is a two for one special on selected beers from 1-2pm. Bars at the club are now cashless, that is to say card only.

Tickets cost £12.50 online or £1 on the gate and a pre-match hospitality lunch is available for £25 per person for a two course meal prepared by the club’s executive chef. Under 16s get into the games for free.

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September 10, 2021

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