Michelle Oldfield gave recently promoted Rugby Borough Women & Girls FC a local derby success over Rugby Town Women on Sunday.
Rugby Borough maintained their unbeaten start to their Everards Leicester Senior League Premier Division campaign after getting the better of a nine-goal thriller away at Glenfield United.
Rugby Borough Football Club have announced that their new Rugby Borough Academy of Football will be launched in June 2022.
Willoughby Cricket Club’s second string have the prospect of a second successive Northants Cricket League cup final this weekend after they negotiated a semi-final victory at St Crispin and Ryelands 4ths.
Two defeats in the league and end-of-season cup competition brought Willoughby’s season to a disappointing close, but there is still some hope for the club with their second string progressing to the last four of their divisional competition.
A brother and sister have launched a brand new range of gins based on the history of Rugby in a touching tribute to their brother. Richard Wilson and sister Emma founded Rugby Distillery earlier this year and their creation, Rugby Gin, is now pride of place in pubs and bars across the region. The brother […]
Rugby School has joined forces with two legendary cricketers and a top comedian to raise much needed cash for two town clubs. The exciting event, open to all, will see cricketing greats Sir Alastair Cook CBE and Graham Gooch OBE at the Temple Speech Room compered by comedian and actor, Terry Alderton. Organised to help […]
Willoughby’s third successive home league game saw them come undone by Northants Cricket League Division 6 leaders Sun Hardingtone who completed a league double over the hosts by virtue of a comfortable 54 run success.
Cricket: Back-to-back tons for Coles continues Bourton and Frankton’s winning run
Willoughby continued a mini upturn in their recent form to record a Northants Cricket League Division win at bottom markers Podington, however the club’s suffered back-to-back reversals with defeat to Division visitors Old Northamptonians 5ths.