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Summer Rugby Camps

Summer Camps with Andy Hughes

Andy Hughes will be running a series of Summer Camps down at Heywood Road.

 

Andy is an experienced community coach who has coached well over 2000 children in the last year. As well as being Captain of Sale FC Rugby, he was also named National 2 North player of the season and was selected for England Counties Rugby.  The boys and girls who attended Andy’s Easter Camps had a lot of fun, learned new skills and gained insight from a professional rugby player.

Each day is £20 if you book all four sessions the cost is £60.  Registration here

Under 9’s – Under 12’s

  • Thursday 26thJuly 2018
  • Tuesday 31stJuly 2018
  • Thursday 16thAugust 2018
  • Tuesday 21stAugust 2018

Under 13’s – Under 16’s

  • Tuesday 24thJuly 2018
  • Thursday 2ndAugust 2018
  • Tuesday 14thAugust 2018
  • Thursday 23rdAugust 2018

Information

  • Times 9am – 4pm
  • Bring packed lunch and plenty of water.
  • Trainers and Boots.

 

Sigma Capital Invest in the Future

Sigma Capital Group PLC Main Shirt Sponsors of Sale FC Rugby Senior Colts

Sale FC Rugby are proud to announce another Partner for the upcoming season.

Sigma Capital Group PLC have renewed their sponsorship of the Sale FC Rugby this season after sponsoring the Senior Colts last season. Mathew Townson from Sigma Capital Group has identified a clear need for Community Coaching in Trafford so their partnership with Sale FC Rugby not only includes a Sponsorship package for the club, it also includes a significant contribution to the cost of running our very successful community training program run by club captain Andy Hughes

A Christmas Feast At Heywood Road

Saturday the 23rd of December was arguably the best day Sale FC have had since we gained promotion to National 2 North. 1500 People came down to meet the new signing, drink in the new clubhouse, 175 people for pre-match lunch and watch Sale FC overcome a powerful Tigers team in a tense encounter.

Trickey The Mutt makes his Debut in front of a packed balcony at Heywood Road

Sedgley Tigers were one of only two teams to defeat Sale FC this season and the return fixture was an absolute arm wrestle until the final 20 when Sale turned on the power and sent first Danny Birchall over the line and then the returning Jake Barron touched down following two penalties from Chris Johnson who had yet another fine kicking display.  Sedge never really looked like crossing the line against a Sale team with the best defensive record in the National Leagues, even camped on the Sale FC line for ten minutes so no panic from the home team, the final play of the game however, say a rare mistake from Chris Johnson who looking for space over the back three, misjudged his kick and Tigers winger Samuel Lowthion slipped a tackle, and used his pace to get Tigers their bonus point.

Chris Johnson has had some early season hiccups, but, since his showing against Tigers and Tynedale , he’s arguably the best 10 in the league not just by keeping the scoreboard ticking over, but the control of the game which Sale has been missing for the last couple of seasons.  His kicks into the corner coupled with the Line Out skills of Rhys, Gaz and Jake have made depressing viewing for many opposition supporters.  A full match report is now here

Trickey Meets his Hero Trickey

Under 13’s Motivational Team Talk

Leading into our most important fixture of the season, a quarter final of the Cheshire Plate against Northwich, the Under 13’s had a bit of a pep talk from their Kiwi head coach Martin Fitzgerald.  We were knocked out in the first round of the cup by last year’s runners up Bowdon with a stunning running rugby display.  We’ve taken that on board and learned our lessons, in all other competitions this season, the Under 13’s have a win loss record of played 13 with 9 wins and four losses with a points difference of +185.  This is our biggest test to date and a place in the semi-finals beckons.