PHOTOS: Wimborne Rugby Club awarded RFU accreditation at One Club Day
WIMBORNE Rugby Club celebrated their annual One Club Day as they were awarded their RFU accredited status.
The club claims to be the home of Dorset rugby, and celebrated their grass roots with mini games and special guests – before the first team demolished Ivel Barbarians 82-8.
“Normally, the mini sides play on Sunday mornings – so they never really get the chance to mix with the senior teams” explained chairman of Wimborne Rugby Club Mike Moysey.
“It’s a great opportunity to bring the club together – and the perfect time to be awarded with our RFU accreditation for the second time - which not every club gets.”
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The club received a special plaque from Rugby Development Officer for Dorset and Wiltshire RFU Chris Burton.
Clubs receive accreditation for their effort to retain and develop players, recruit new players, volunteers and coaches, efficient facilities, effective management and their ability to integrate with the local community.
The Wimborne U14s played a match against Clayesmore School – before forming a guard of honour as the first team ran onto the pitch.