Tewkesbury hosted a very strong Old pats team on a cold wet muddy morning and with several players out this was going to be hard , but a great chance for some players to step up and show what they could do .

first period .

Tewkesbury decided to receive from kick off , from the off the lads laboured to secure the ball and when they did the backs where slow to move the ball down the line playing more as individuals then as the usual team they are . how ever they managed to cross the line twice in this period to win it 10-0 . not alot more to say really , hopefully next period they’d wake up .

2nd period .

Tewkesbury kicked off and from the off came under pressure from a very well drilled Old pats team , Tewkesbury did not help them selves thou by missing tackles and not competing at the break downs letting the Old pats team boss them around the park . Old pats pressure paid off with them crossing the line twice with some great moves and great driving work by the forwards . Tewkesbury then woke up slightly to start to pressure the Old pats team creating some space for them to evenually cross the line to end the game 10-5 Old pats .

3rd period .

Tewkesbury kicked off for this period and went at the Old pats team but for some reason could not find there form . they did pressure enough for them to cross the line , but with time going on fatigue kicking in and an all round lack of passion and desire the Old pats team came in to the game to tie with a nice try of there own period ended 5-5 .

4th period .

Tewkesbury received the ball but under pressure and lacking the passion to push on turned the ball over for Old pats to rumble up the pitch and score the opening try . Tewkesbury then dug deep and the game became an arm wrestle . but with time getting on and Tewkesbury wilting like a daisy in an heat wave Old pats ran in another try . period ended 10-0 Old pats .

Tewkesbury’s players came down from the dizzy heights with a bang today has the Old pats team showed them that you cant just turn up and expect to win you have to do the ground work , hard work , and give 100% always . passion , pride , willing to put your body on the line and the desire to win every thing from the break downs to the game . Well done to the Old pats team great game great out come . Tewkesbury’s lesson learned we move on and grow stronger heads up lads just a bad day at the office 🙂

Following the changes announced by the Government on Wednesday 9 September in relation to the ban on groups of more than six people meeting socially indoors and outdoors. Although social gatherings of more than six people will be banned in England from Monday 14 September, the Government has confirmed that organised sports and activities that have been through return to play protocols can continue. With the exception of clubs impacted by local lockdown restrictions, we remain at Stage D on the Return to Community Rugby Roadmap. The rugby community can continue to organise non-contact fixtures with other clubs using Ready4Rugby and other touch rugby activity.

Our Clubhouse bar is now open on Friday from 7.00 pm - 10.00 pm and on Saturday from 12.00 noon - 7.00pm.  We will be closed on Sunday.  We have a total capacity of 60 inside the clubhouse and 54 in our outside garden area.  Other changes include the introduction of glasses in the clubhouse rather than plastic and cash can now be taken, but we would prefer card if possible.  We operate on a first-come first-served basis.

Tewkesbury RFC is operating a Track and Trace system for those using the Clubhouse bar.  Please help us by downloading EVE PASS app for IOS and ANDROID and registering.  Once you have downloaded the app simply scan the GR code on arrival.

 

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