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CHINNOR RFC 21 v 26 WORTHING RAIDERS

Captain Rob Smith scoring the third try

Saturday 27th September 2014

Rejuvenated Raiders travelled to Chinnor, one place above them in National League Two South, looking for their second win of the season. They succeeded, but had to draw on deep reserves to achieve it. The game was a tale of four quarters.

Raiders dominated the first twenty minutes spending most of the time encamped in Chinnor’s half. After a period of successive Raiders attacks, they were awarded a penalty after 7 minutes.
Matt McLean’s kick was unsuccessful.

After 12 minutes, Chinnor made a rare incursion into the Raiders half and were rewarded with a penalty when Raiders failed to release in the tackle.
Reece Boughton’s kick was unsuccessful.

On 16 minutes, Raiders were awarded a penalty on half way and kicked for the corner. They won their line out and the forwards drove for the line before Jamie Redmayne broke away to score a try.
Matt McLean successfully converted.

Chinnor 0 – Raiders 7
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  Pictures (1) Mon,29/09/2014

U11s TRIUMPH AT FARNHAM WINNING THE LAND ROVER CUP

Worthing RFC U11's got their season off to a flying start.

Having been crowned Sussex Champions for the past 2 seasons we decided we would like to try the squad against opposition from further afield.

On Sunday we travelled to Farnham Royal RFC in Buckinghamshire to take part in what is the premier competition in England for teams of our age group, the Land Rover Cup, a competition run by the 12 Premiership sides. The tournament was hosted by Wasps.


The team won their 3 pool games against Hemel Hempstead, Oxford Harlequins and High Wycombe, scoring 19 tries without conceding.
In the quarter finals we played Henley Hurricanes, winning by 5 tries to 0.
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  Sun,28/09/2014

Ladies' blistering start continues

Worthing's Cass Larcombe in action at the weekend

Worthing Ladies Rugby Team remain top of the league with a powerful 43-5 win against Aylesford Bulls 2’s making their stamp known three games into their newly promoted league.

After a sterling win the previous week against local derby team Lewes, Worthing was determined to keep their winning streak alight. more...

  Sun,28/09/2014

LGW Consultants Sponsor Raider

LGW Consulting have again sponsored Raider Scott Barlow for the season.

Worthing Rugby Club and the Raiders would like to thank LGW for their continued support.

  Fri,26/09/2014

WORTHING TO SOUTH AFRICA ROWING CHALLENGE

On Saturday 27th Sept Worthing Pier's Southern Pavilion will launch one of Worthing Rugby Club's age groups ambitious "virtual row" to South Africa.

The Under 16s have taken on the tough challenge of rowing between Worthing and Cape Town, South Africa - some 5971 miles. Luckily for the boys, they do not have to struggle with high winds and rough seas but they still need to row every mile to help them get to their destination.

Worthing Pier’s Southern Pavilion have invited the team to set-off on their ambitious rowing challenge in aid of the boys fundraising appeal. In July 2015, the team will be working with Education charity, Projects Abroad and playing rugby against local teams in South Africa. This challenge is to help every player participate in this fantastic opportunity.

Please come down to Worthing Pier's Southern Pavilion to show your support. It would be much appreciated. They will be there between 10am-5.30pm.

  Wed,24/09/2014

WORTHING RAIDERS 36 v 25 CANTERBURY

This is a Canterbury tale to be enjoyed by all Raiders supporters regardless of their interest in 14th century English literature.
Raiders were lively right from the kickoff and went ahead after only 3 minutes when Rob Smith drove over the line to score a try.
The conversion attempt by Matt McLean was successful.
After 7 minutes, Canterbury was awarded a penalty when a Raiders player failed to roll away from a scrum.
Guy Hiltons kick at goal was successful.
On 11 minutes Callum Waters kicked the ball deep into Canterbury territory where it was picked up by Alex Nielsen who passed inside to Ben Dudley. Ben passed to Dan Sergeant who crossed the line to score.
Matt McLean’s kick was successful.

For the next 10 minutes Raiders continued to attack the Canterbury try line but on 19 minutes Canterbury’s Connor Wallace-Sims intercepted an attempted pass 10 metres short of the Canterbury line and ran almost the full length of the pitch to score.
The attempted kick was unsuccessful.
Each side then had incursions into each others halves and after 24 minutes Raiders were awarded a penalty for off side at the scrum.
Matt McLean’s kick was successful.
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  Pictures (21) Tue,23/09/2014

Results from the weekend

National 2 South
Worthing Raiders 36 Canterbury 25

Zoo Sports Shield Div 1
Ealing 2 v Worthing Raiders A - Conceded by Ealing, Away Win for Worthing

Sussex 1
Worthing Senior 1 17 Chichester 3 25

Sussex 2 West
Chichester 4 16 Worthing Senior 2 15

Sussex 2 East
Worthing Senior 3 v Cinque Ports - Conceded by Worthing. Away Win for Cinque Ports

National Challenge SE South 1
Worthing Ladies 19 -17 Lewes Ladies

  Mon,22/09/2014

Worthing Ladies secure top of table spot

Worthing Ladies Rugby Team played their first away fixture of the season at the weekend, securing a hard fought 17-19 win in a local derby against Lewes Ladies.

Worthing Ladies suffered defeat in their previous game, and the coaches have been working hard on defence and set plays with the team, with Lewes renowned for their big pack of forwards.
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  Pictures (1) Mon,22/09/2014

DORKING 18 RAIDERS 10

DORKING RFC

Dorking RFC V Worthing Raiders
Saturday 13th September 2014


Weather - Sunny, cloudy, warm with light breeze
Pitch - Lush, green, medium cut

Real Ale - Fullers London Pride; Gales Seafarers £3.60 per pint. A nicely kept pint.
Burgers - 2.5 out of 5 - £2.80: Homemade, nice consistency but a little too heavy with the pepper; bun not toasted and no onions!


Anticipation and expectation was high from the large number of travelling supporters who made the short journey up the A24 to the Big Field where the Raiders were looking to avenge the narrow defeat to Old Elthamians in the first game of the season at Roundstone Lane.
Dorking, like Old Elthamians were newly promoted to National 2 South and this was the first time both teams had ever played each other in a league.

Dorking kicked off and if either side had any notion that this was going to be an easy stroll in the park, it was quickly dispelled. The first 5 minutes was a brutal, physical encounter becoming ill tempered at times to the extent that after 9 minutes the referee had to speak to both captains about cutting out the ‘fisty cuffs’.

During this period both sides had an equal run of the play, but in the 7th minute, Dorking was awarded a penalty for a Raiders infringement at the scrum.
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  Pictures (22) Mon,15/09/2014

Worthing Ladies kick off in new league

Ladies skipper Jess Lovenbury breaks away against Havant

Worthing Ladies Rugby Team kicked off their new season at the weekend, welcoming Hampshire rivals Havant Ladies to Roundstone Lane.

Newly promoted into National Challenge SE South 1, the Ladies have been working hard over the summer to prepare the team. more...

  Pictures (1) Mon,15/09/2014
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