Seeing Twickers first hand
Stevenage Town s minis section sent two sides to the home of English rugby, Twickenham. Their under-sevens and under-eights competed in various matches to win the right to play at Twickers. The under-sevens won the right for the best team with fair play a
Stevenage Town's minis section sent two sides to the home of English rugby, Twickenham.
Their under-sevens and under-eights competed in various matches to win the right to play at Twickers.
The under-sevens won the right for the best team with fair play and they played against Waltham Abbey, only losing 4-3.
But the under-eights won their group matches and beat Staines 3-2 in the final which meant they won the whole tournament.
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Stags have more than 250 junior members from the under-sevens up to the colts.
At least 10 first team players have come through the youth system.
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The club has been improving its coaching and administration and achieved the national clubmark quality standard as well as the RFU's Seal of Approval.
Town also provide a rugby youth development officer, first team player Gareth Lewis, for Stevenage.
The club was given an 'Awards for All' grant to fund coaching, refereeing and first aid courses as well.
Now the club desperately needs funding for a second set of floodlights on the second team pitch to relieve pressure on their main pitch. A decision on floodlight funding will soon be made by Stevenage Borough Council.