In 2019 Woking RFC lost a club legend in Richard Grady. To mark his passing the club has submitted a dedication in memory of Dicky to the RFU.
Return to Rugby Roadmap
Following relaxation of the lockdown rules Woking Rugby Club is now able to return to training.
The first session being held on Tuesday 30th March at Byfleet Rec between 8pm and 9pm. Head Coach, James Plowright, and First XV Captain Mick O’Shea have thought long and hard about how best to resume training after such a prolonged delay whilst remaining compliant with the remaining Covid restrictions.
There will be a few changes to business as usual. The first few sessions will be quite relaxed, and reduced to 1 hour only, starting later, to give people a chance to get back into training as a group. The focus during training will be on injury prevention and progressively developing physical fitness, and re-vitalising any lost rugby skills!
We understand no-one has had chance to engage in any contact work for a long time, so this will also be progressively introduced, as restrictions are relaxed. Obviously nothing is certain at the moment, however we are making plans to resume competitive fixtures in some form from 1st May – something to look forward to!
Please spread the message, and encourage people to come along and get involved!
Anyone who has been involved with Woking RFC knows that we are the friendliest club in Surrey and have always enjoyed playing and training for rugby together. We have the use of two superb pitches at Byfleet Rec, which on a Saturday yield moments of sporting glory. These typically grow even more heroic as the evenings wear on and have given us all some fantastic memories over the years.
We’re encouraging all members, as well as your family and friends, to take advantage of a new offer created between the RFU and Amazon that lets you watch England Rugby for free in the Autumn Nations Cup, while also creating much needed revenue for the club.