Birmingham Moseley Preview- Thursday Night Lights


This game was unfortunately postponed from February due to poor weather with Storm Dennis and Ciara hitting hard. Fortunately enough though, it means the club gets a rare Thursday Night Lights!

Sale FC return to Heywood Road this Thursday in another Nat 1 battle. Jonathan Keep’s men welcome 13th placed Birmingham Moseley up to sunny Manchester.

12th MARCH
19:45pm | CorpAcq Stadium | Heywood Rd

Adults £10
U16's FREE
Sale Sharks Season Ticket Holders FREE

Join us for some dinner and entertainment!

Catch Up Zone

7th March – Chinnor RUFC
Sale FC 22-19
Match Preview, Match Report & Highlights

29th March- Darlington Mowden Park (away)

DMP 34-15 Sale FC

Match Preview, Match Report & Highlights

DOR Jonathan Keep provides his thoughts ahead of Thursday.

DOR Jonathan Keep


“The squad is largely unchanged with only a few positional tweaks from last week.

We know that it will be a huge challenge against Birmingham who are still trying to maintain as much pressure on Rotherham and ourselves as they can and will be fighting for every point as we are. 

A win for us will see us getting ever nearer to the 62 points we achieved last season which saw us safe for another season at National One.”


It’s hard to believe that we are already down to our final 3 fixtures of the season here at the CorpAcq Stadium, which has seen us build an impressive record for the season to date of 11 fixtures, winning 9 and losing only 3 to Cinderford, Rosslyn Park and Rams.


In those games to date we have amassed a total of 42 of our 59 league points, so we are looking forward to another challenge today here and receiving the cheer of the 16th man from our supporters as always to get us over the line!


On the flip side to the above, our form away from home continues to be poor, with another loss away to DMP last week in a fixture that we all came away from feeling somewhat frustrated that we didn’t take the full points on offer.

The common theme in these fixtures is that we seem to play some great rugby for 50-60 minutesout of the 80 and fall away for the remainder. This is something that we are conscious of and working on to improve by any small margin to give ourselves the best chance on away days

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Birmingham Moseley Form Guide



Match Reports:

Cambridge vs Birmingham Moseley

Birmingham Moseley vs Rosslyn Park

Canterbury vs Birmingham Moseley


Nat 1 Standings