NLD Features in October Touchline

NLD once again features in the October issue of the RFU’s Touchline magazine.

Southwell RFC’s brand new clubhouse was opened officially by the RFU President Jonathan Dance on the 4th October.  Chosen by the RFU to be ‘Fit for 2015’ the club has from benefitted support of the RFU’s Lead Up & Legacy Fund along with contributions from the Rugby Football Foundation charitable trust, Sport England, Southwell Town Council, Southwell Rotary Club, Nottinghamshire County Council and Greene King Brewery.

Southwell chairman Tom Craig, said: “We are delighted that our project has won approval following its original identification by Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire and Derbyshire RFU. The executive committee are very proud of the new clubhouse.”

The new Lincoln Ladies team was also celebrated in the October issue.  Lincoln RFC has joined forces with the University of Lincoln and Bishop Grosseteste University.  The deal between the club and the local Universities will see the Ladies from the Club and the Universities share Monday evening training sessions based at Lincoln RFC.  All students within the city of Lincoln will get free membership to Lincoln RFC and the club will assist the University sides with Management & Coach support.

For more information see the full edition of Touchline here.