Author: Karl Quinney
Seasons Greetings from Rugby and Daventry Radio
Rugby Borough head into Christmas with the prospect of a Birmingham County FA Vase quarter-final to look forward to in the new year after a 2-0 success away at Wrens Nest.
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Rugby Town’s FA Youth Cup adventure came to an end for this season last night as EFL 1 side Cheltenham Town’s Under 18s came away from Butlin Road with a 4-0 victory in their third round tie.
A fine goal from Ryan Palmer proved the deciding factor in Rugby Borough maintaining their unbeaten run at the top of the Leicestershire Senior League Premier Division on Saturday after a 1-0 away victory at Northfield Emerald.
Rugby Town’s FA Youth Cup adventure continues on Wednesday (8th December) when Cheltenham Town’s youth team are the visitors to Butlin Road in the Third Round Proper of the competition.
Rugby Borough FC’s current success on the field has been matched off it as they are pleased to announce a major new sponsor.
The weekend’s wintery conditions played their part to the full as Rugby Borough Ladies ground out a 2-2 with visitors Cookley Sports Ladies on Sunday.
Rugby Borough Reserves survived everything that could possibly be thrown at them on Saturday to earn a well-deserved point from a 1-1 draw away at Sutton Bonington.
If you are looking at somewhere to get you into the Christmas spirit, a visit to a new winter light trail near Rugby will certainly fit the bill.