27 Aug, 2011 @ 17:31
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Pre-season rugby training kicks off

AXARQUIA Rugby Club will start pre-season rugby training on Tuesday 30th August 2011 at the Fernando Hierro stadium in Velez-Malaga.

There is a buzz around the club this year with high expectations for the 2011-2012 season.

Training on the beach during the summer has resulted in new members joining the club with the result that the Axarquia Club Colts (U17’s) and the Juveniles (U19’s) will be entering the Andalucian league in their own right for the first time, and the seniors will be creating a 2nd XIV to compete alongside the first team.

During September a number of friendly games will be organized against local opposition such as Granada, Malaga, Marbella and Jaen and everyone is welcome to come and support.

Axarquia Rugby are creating a strong club and really welcome all newcomers to either come and play or just to support.

For more information on joining Axarquia Rugby Club, please ring Michael on 669 899 064 or 952 514 898.

Training for Axarquia Rugby Club is held at the Fernando Hierro Stadium in Velez-Malaga every Tuesday and Thursday from 19.00 for the juniors and 20.30 for the seniors (all age groups welcome).

Axarquia Rugby Club

Axarquia Rugby Club play at the Fernando Hierro Stadium in Velez-Malaga. Training is every Tuesday and Thursday - 19.00 for the Juniors and 20.30 for the seniors. Contact Michael Reeve on 669899064 for details on joining the club or forthcoming fixtures.

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