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Taunton 30-20 CRUFC

Cambridge finished a successful season with a loss against promotion chasing Taunton, but as you can read in the Cambridge News there is much to be optimistic about for next season.

The season will be reviewed in greater depth at the end of season dinner but here a few highlights ...

  • Most starts, Albert Portsmouth starting 28 games, although a mention must also go to Jack Green, who along with Albert had 29 appearances.
  • Most minutes, not surprisingly also Albert, who played and impressive 2,300 minutes out of the 2,400 minute season
  • Most points, James Stokes, with 115
  • Most tries, Albert Portsmouth, with 14
  • Total number of players used, 47
  • Highest attendance 1,687 (Shelford), average attendance 513 (4th in the league), both up from the previous season


As a reminder there are still a few days left to vote for your player of the season.

Thank you for your support. We look forward to seeing you back at Volac Park in August for pre-season "friendlies" against Peterborough Lions on 22nd Aug, and Shelford on 29th Aug.

#TogetherWeAreBloodAndSand

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Shaun Gadsby

It is with great sadness that CRUFC announce the death of one of the stalwarts of the club, Shaun Gadsby. Shaun had been courageously living with severe illness for four years, but passed away on the 22nd April. He leaves behind his wife Judy and two children, George and Gabrielle.

There will be many of us with great memories of Shaun; he was the best team mate one can imagine in racking up over 500 appearances (mostly in the back row)- amazing given how much he put his body on the line- always selfless, always working for the side. Shaun was always very modest about his rugby ability, but he was a high quality player, belying a lack of enormous physical presence with knowledge, skill and above all courage- which also marked the latter stages of his life. He was first in the bar, first to buy a beer, and always smiling and friendly to anyone who wanted to have a chat.

Shaun was not only a great team mate, but a great mate- you got exactly what you saw….honesty, humour, humility and someone you could totally depend on, on and off the pitch. He was part of the heart and soul of Cambridge RUFC for over thirty years, and we will all miss his presence greatly.

Our thoughts are very much with his family at this difficult time; details of a thanksgiving service will follow shortly, but there will be a minutes silence to honour Shaun before the away 1st team game at Taunton on the 25th April.

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PlayersDinner

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NatWestRF

The NatWest RugbyForce will soon be upon us.  This is your opportunity to join together with other club members to help complete a few jobs to get Volac Park looking its best in preparation for the next season.

Please contact Gordon Newbound to offer your services.  No particular skill required, but if you have one please let him know.

#TogetherWeAreBloodAndSand

Eastern Counties will be playing at Grange Road on Saturday 16th May. 3.00pm KO.  Free adminission. Bill Beaumont Cup EC vs East Midlands 16-May-15

Pre Season Fixtures
Sat 22 Aug 15:00HPeterborough Lions
Sat 29 Aug 15:00HShelford

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Rugby News Results League Table
Datum Sat., 25. Apr. 2015 Beginn 15:00
Taunton Titans 30:20 Cambridge

Datum Sat., 18. Apr. 2015 Beginn 15:00
Cambridge 56:49 Canterbury

Datum Sat., 18. Apr. 2015 Beginn 15:00
Exiles 24:37 Canterbury 5

# Team Pld - - W - - D - - L - - For - - Ag - - Pts
1 Henley Hawks 30 24 1 5 956 576 121
2 Bishops Stortford 30 20 1 9 953 607 112
3 Taunton Titans 30 22 0 8 863 586 110
4 Dorking 30 22 2 6 852 587 108
5 Worthing Raiders 30 19 0 11 804 605 100
6 Chinnor 30 18 0 12 780 639 93
7 Cambridge 30 17 0 13 764 662 90
8 Old Elthamians 30 12 1 17 702 736 68
9 Redruth 30 13 1 16 576 686 66
10 Cornish All Blacks 30 12 2 16 633 595 66
11 Canterbury 30 11 2 17 642 730 63
12 Clifton 30 11 0 19 635 837 57
13 Southend 30 12 0 18 640 783 56
14 Lydney 30 11 1 18 539 868 56
15 Shelford 30 7 0 23 579 938 36
16 Dings Crusaders 30 3 1 26 526 1009 22

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CRUFC v Clifton
28 March 2015