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I am immensely proud to have been elected President of Norwich Rugby Football Club as it enters its 134th season. For those of you who do not have a clue who I am, I fully intend to spend as much time as possible during the season meeting as many of ... More
 
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THE 7's FESTIVAL

From Matt Cole-Wilkin, Tournament Director Norwich 7's Festival

"The 31st July 2021 is our big day, right in the heart of summer with the roadmap looking clear on one side and enough respite before 15s pre-season on the other. Fifty two teams are booked across three tournaments, ranging from talented drinkers with a penchant for rugby to internationally acclaimed, elite 7s squads, all competing for a variety of...

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NORWICH ANNOUNCE NEW HEAD COACH

 As Norwich Rugby Club return to training, we are pleased to announce the appointment of new Head Coach Ben Scully. Ben replaces Lee Parry who has taken up employment with the RFU after a successful few years with the club, that saw them promoted to London 1 North at the end of the 2019/20 season.

Director of Rugby David Everitt said “Ben is a Level 3 coach with several seasons coaching at London 1 North and has worked for the RFU in Essex. He started his Coaching journey at Bury St Edmunds working with their Academy before moving on to Sudbury for three seasons, joining Colchester last season

His coaching style and ethos is very much in line with that of Lee Parry and I am sure that given the opportunity he will prove every bit as successful for us."

Scully said “ I am very excited to be joining a club that is ambitious with their plans over the next few seasons and a coaching and playing squad that are willing to be challenged on the training pitch. This will fit well with my playing and coaching philosophy. I love being a part of teams that are exciting with ball in hand. In particular I love the 'broken field' elements of the game, and want the team to get really excited on turnover ball and the transition from defence to attack. “

He added “Having coached both Sudbury and more recently Colchester, I know London 1 North is a tough and attritional league, but I believe that upskilling the players to have the confidence to move the ball with pace and accuracy under pressure can unlock defences and show the opposition some difficult pictures.“

Ben’s previous experiences also include an internship with Eddie Jones and the England Mens XV during the 2016 season, during which time he learnt a huge amount not only about coaching, but how to create an elite learning environment. He has held previous roles as Head of Skill Development at St Josephs College, Ipswich and Second in Charge of Rugby at Ipswich School as well as his current role as Mens XV Head Coach of Norway Rugby.

 

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Latest 1st XV Match Report

Wanstead 14 Norwich 24 - 29/02/2020

Norwich consolidated their lead at the top of London Division 2 North with a 14-24 win at Wanstead. After going through several phases with the forwards the ball was fed to full-back Chris Parrott who made a clean break before passing to second row Jack Walsh who scored. This went unconverted leaving the score 5-0 to the visitors after 8 mins. From aWanstead defensive scrum on their 5 meter line, Norwich pushed them off the ball and no 8 Laurence Austin offloaded to winger Adam Huggins who beat .....
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