Annual Dinner Bookings - Hurry, Only 5 Tables Left!
Steve Henson now has just 5 tables left for the annual dinner to be held at the Holiday Inn North at Norwich Airport on Thursday 28th April. The venue is changed in order to get more guests in for what is sure to be a very popular evening because the guest speaker is none other than the outstanding RWC final referee Nigel Owens who is sure to be very entertaining. Tables of 10 £550 per table, booking please with Steve on email@example.com
EDP Run an article about the planning application for the move to UEA
To link to their website piece, Click here
Detailed plans are available to be downloaded from the downloads page of this website (see top menu bar)
Please donate to support JJ Raven's fundraising cross-channel swim
First XV centre Jonathan (JJ) Raven is, along with others, planning to swim the channel to raise money for research into a rare disease that has affected his wife Sarah, GNET Sarcoma that affects 60 people worldwide. Please support his efforts and love and best wishes to Sarah from everyone at Norwich Rugby Club.
Please find out more and follow the link to donate here
JJ Raven receiving his Man of the Match award after the Holt game. He borrowed Andy Ball's jacket, he has more taste than to own one!
Farewell Campo and thanks for everything
The Holt game was the last for our friend from Goulburn Australia, Michael Campton-Smith. He has now returned to the land of the chemical beer and dangerous wildlife. We have delayed thanking him and bidding him a fond farewell as his return home was to be a surprise for his Mother, thereby depriving her of time to put locks on the beer fridge and larder.
It has been an honour to have Campo playing at Norwich Rugby Club. He has been an integral part of the team both on and off the pitch. We hope he stays in touch and pays us a visit some time in the future. For now, farewell mate and thanks for everything.
When the players presented him with some more stash after the game, he was required to drink a yard. Since he doesn't drink ale, he had to drink gassy lager making the task much more difficult. You can see how he got on in the gallery photos here
Captain Gareth Leake allowed Campo the honour of leading the team out in his last game.