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Sale FC Chargers League Launch

Sale FC Chargers Leagues

Manchester Touch Rugby Leagues

 Sale FC Chargers are excited to host Manchester’s, BIGGEST and BEST Touch Rugby leagues. 

Last summer was a great year of Touch Rugby in Manchester, with over 40 teams competing and we’d love for YOU to be a part of our latest leagues in 2022. 

Fun and Friendly

Whether it’s about rediscovering sport or honing your fitness, Touch (Rugby) is a fun, friendly and inclusive environment for men, women and juniors. It also supports participation for trans and non-binary people. For more information on the leagues click here

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Sale FC vs Cinderford

Hospitality and Celebrating 160 Years

This weekend we take on fifth placed Cinderford at Heywood Road and we’re expecting it to be busy! If you want to book a pre-match meal, it needs to be done by Thursday 9am and places are running out fast! We are also nearly sold out on the final game of the season against Chinnor and Good Friday game against Blackheath is also selling well. Be a part of it and book here

Sale is celebrating it’s 160th Birthday this year and we will have a massive weekend of events on the 8th-10th July both at Heywood Road and Carrington. For the Friday night party book here and for the 160th Black Tie Gala on the 9th July contact us here

Senior Colts Cheshire Plate Semi Final

This Sunday 20th March, Sale FC Colts take on Crewe-Nantwich Colts in the Semi-Final of the Cheshire Plate at Heywood Road.

KO 2pm

Prior to KO we are having pre-match hospitality in the Suite @Sale FC.

Pre Match Hospitality

Our executive Chef Eugene Mouton is preparing a fantastic Sunday Carvery

  • Adult £15
  • Under 16’s £7.50

Tickets available here

James Robins is mobbed after the last gasp win

Last Gasp Win

This weekend for the third game in a row, Sale FC left it late for another last gasp win. Relying on a James Robins penalty to grab an unlikely victory from Rams 22-21. At one point, Sale FC were 16 points down against the 4th placed Rams who spent long periods of the game with possession and seemingly holding the upper hand. However, this is a team who appear to have no idea when to stop. The spirit of the team is epitomised by one of the coaches, Neil Briggs, who came on as a replacement for Jordan Tebbatt leading from the front despite picking up an injury himself. For all the statistics, video try lights and photos click here

Despite the scoreline, the team stuck to their strategy, trusted each other and when James Robbins stepped up to take a penalty with time up, we saw yet another remarkable comeback at Heywood Road. Make no mistake, this was a get out of jail card. Rams dominated for large parts of the game and it took all the resilience of the dogs to snatch the victory on 81 minutes. We are currently in third place in the table and we only have six games left this season with four of those are at home!

This weekend, on our Ladies day, we have the resurgent Darlington Mowden Park visiting Heywood Road and we’re looking to get a massive crowd down.

We have a break for a few weeks and then on the 2nd April Cinderford travel up from the Forest of Dean.

photos courtesy of Dr. Gareth Lyons