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Topic: Midlands Premier new signings
Posted By: Penda
Subject: Midlands Premier new signings
Date Posted: 09 May 2019 at 14:54
Matt Bebbington Head Coach at National 2 Sedgeley Park joins Rob Webber's coaching team at Sandbach.



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Posted By: Flackman
Date Posted: 10 May 2019 at 15:32
Check out Burtons website for an amazing addition.

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Posted By: ballbag
Date Posted: 14 May 2019 at 09:23
Phoenix have appointed former Doncaster Knights prop Richard List as a player / coach for next season.


Posted By: Thatbloke
Date Posted: 14 May 2019 at 12:03
See also Bournville - Alex Grove (ex-Scotland) plus Scriven, Jadwat & Raimondi from Bees
Stand still in this league and you're gone!!
Can anyone confirm final 14 yet??


Posted By: the jackal
Date Posted: 14 May 2019 at 13:45
Is this to do with bees statement about not paying players and they’ve jumped ship?


Posted By: Thatbloke
Date Posted: 14 May 2019 at 19:18
Indeed (allegedly!)


Posted By: Kimbo
Date Posted: 15 May 2019 at 08:19
Originally posted by Thatbloke Thatbloke wrote:

See also Bournville - Alex Grove (ex-Scotland) plus Scriven, Jadwat & Raimondi from Bees
Stand still in this league and you're gone!!
Can anyone confirm final 14 yet??


And AG reckoned he was retiring a year ago!
I see another former Cov man is off to Bournville too. Dan Rundle. Never the greatest in defence, but give him a couple of yards spare on the wing and he was gone. Proper speedster.
Edit: typing bungle

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Posted By: Section19
Date Posted: 15 May 2019 at 16:31
The Nuns have announced the appointment of Geraint Davies as Head Coach. Davies coached South Leicester last season. 

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Posted By: Fudgepacker
Date Posted: 16 May 2019 at 17:49
Bournville has also signed front rowers Kurtis Payne (from Bees) and Jack Nye.


Posted By: Friendly prop
Date Posted: 17 May 2019 at 08:34
Originally posted by Fudgepacker Fudgepacker wrote:

Bournville has also signed front rowers Kurtis Payne (from Bees) and Jack Nye.

Will you have any players left from last season?


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Posted By: Fudgepacker
Date Posted: 17 May 2019 at 09:09
Plenty. Only a couple of departures due to players relocating for jobs. We have learnt that to succeed at level 5 you need a big squad with plenty of experienced forwards to compliment the talented youngsters we already have.


Posted By: Bin Licker
Date Posted: 17 May 2019 at 10:52
[QUOTE=Fudgepacker]Bournville has also signed front rowers Kurtis Payne (from Bees) and Jack Nye
The Boulevarders early favourites next season? How many is that from Bees have they signed? Depends if their hired help is there for the good of Bourneville or for the lolly?
Please discuss!


Posted By: Thatbloke
Date Posted: 17 May 2019 at 13:24
Bin Licker - difficult one (apart from your last question the answer to which would appear to be a simple one!))
I think this League is so strong now if you don't strive to improve, which obviously brings in the question of recruitment, then it won't be too long before you're back playing Level 6 rugby
Having said that recruitment "en masse" from a neighbouring club in transition financially might not necessarily be a good thing
I don't think this makes Bourns favourites for promotion but they certainly won't be scrambling around at the bottom trying to avoid relegation in the last few weeks of the season


Posted By: Bin Licker
Date Posted: 17 May 2019 at 16:26
Got to feel for Bees. Does that make them relegation candidates then?
Are Bville having a large squad or where are their displaced players going?
Could be a busy few weeks in West Midlands transfer market.
Thought a few might go to Bromsgrove but maybe they don't fancy the Cornish trips? 


Posted By: Friendly prop
Date Posted: 17 May 2019 at 16:43
Originally posted by Bin Licker Bin Licker wrote:

Got to feel for Bees. Does that make them relegation candidates then?
Are Bville having a large squad or where are their displaced players going?
Could be a busy few weeks in West Midlands transfer market.
Thought a few might go to Bromsgrove but maybe they don't fancy the Cornish trips? 

I wouldn't think many from Bees would want to go to Bromsgrove as most of the Bees players likely will have had all that travelling last season but it depends also what the incentive would entail Wink


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Posted By: 373
Date Posted: 05 Jul 2019 at 03:38
Rumours abound that sponsorship money tap has been turned off at Newport. Switch to not paying imminent.


Posted By: Thatbloke
Date Posted: 05 Jul 2019 at 11:58
373 I am not sure what the purpose of your post was at "Stupid o'clock" in the morning or indeed the source of your rumour but I can assure you Newport are fit and healthy and looking forward to another crack at a tougher than ever Midlands Prem this coming season. I suspect it is just an attempt to s**t stir and provoke further misinformed comments on this forum
Indeed after an aggressive 18 months of fund raising we are now in a position to purchase the lease on our grounds and facilities that will secure the future of the club for the next 100 years. In fact I am attending a black tie function this evening to celebrate our achievements in reaching this target.
As well as supporting the senior playing budget which remains well within the RFU ceiling for this level (This is non negotiable as we are being supported by an RFU Interest free loan to help with the above purchase) there are plans in place to develop 2 further pitches for M & J Rugby and to improve our rather dated and tired changing facilities
Anything else I can help you with?


Posted By: Penda
Date Posted: 05 Jul 2019 at 13:35
Sounds like good news. Look forward the usual arm wrestle next season.


Posted By: Bin Licker
Date Posted: 05 Jul 2019 at 14:48
Originally posted by Thatbloke Thatbloke wrote:

373 I am not sure what the purpose of your post was at "Stupid o'clock" in the morning or indeed the source of your rumour but I can assure you Newport are fit and healthy and looking forward to another crack at a tougher than ever Midlands Prem this coming season. I suspect it is just an attempt to s**t stir and provoke further misinformed comments on this forum
Indeed after an aggressive 18 months of fund raising we are now in a position to purchase the lease on our grounds and facilities that will secure the future of the club for the next 100 years. In fact I am attending a black tie function this evening to celebrate our achievements in reaching this target.
As well as supporting the senior playing budget which remains well within the RFU ceiling for this level (This is non negotiable as we are being supported by an RFU Interest free loan to help with the above purchase) there are plans in place to develop 2 further pitches for M & J Rugby and to improve our rather dated and tired changing facilities
Anything else I can help you with?
 
Well done any news on signings/departures? I always enjoy seeing your Fijian strut his stuff when I come over to Shropshire.


Posted By: Thatbloke
Date Posted: 05 Jul 2019 at 15:43
Sworn to secrecy I'm afraid other than to say there have been several departures but also some quality additions. Penda - there is seldom more than one score between our two teams whenever we meet and I'm sure next season will be no different - looking forward to it!


Posted By: MaidsBoy
Date Posted: 05 Jul 2019 at 18:42
Originally posted by Thatbloke Thatbloke wrote:

Sworn to secrecy I'm afraid other than to say there have been several departures but also some quality additions. Penda - there is seldom more than one score between our two teams whenever we meet and I'm sure next season will be no different - looking forward to it!

I believe we may have acquired one of your second rows- Chris Campbell who has moved to the area. Know much about him?


Posted By: Thatbloke
Date Posted: 05 Jul 2019 at 21:17
Great attitude, excellent in the line out and good pair of hands in the open. Not really going to do the hard yards but depends on your style of play. Probably played about 6 1st XV games, rest in 2nds
Typical services, here one week not the next - good grounding at Darlington MP and will be a useful squad player if and when available
Give him our best wishes from Newport


Posted By: 373
Date Posted: 06 Jul 2019 at 13:06
Originally posted by Thatbloke Thatbloke wrote:

373 I am not sure what the purpose of your post was at "Stupid o'clock" in the morning or indeed the source of your rumour but I can assure you Newport are fit and healthy and looking forward to another crack at a tougher than ever Midlands Prem this coming season. I suspect it is just an attempt to s**t stir and provoke further misinformed comments on this forum
Indeed after an aggressive 18 months of fund raising we are now in a position to purchase the lease on our grounds and facilities that will secure the future of the club for the next 100 years. In fact I am attending a black tie function this evening to celebrate our achievements in reaching this target.
As well as supporting the senior playing budget which remains well within the RFU ceiling for this level (This is non negotiable as we are being supported by an RFU Interest free loan to help with the above purchase) there are plans in place to develop 2 further pitches for M & J Rugby and to improve our rather dated and tired changing facilities
Anything else I can help you with?


Not at all. I’d heard from two different people in the neck of your woods that the sponsor had been bought out by a larger company, with the immediate effect being an end to the sponsorship agreement. If they’ve misinformed then fair enough, hence why it was precluded with the word rumours rather than cast iron fact.

Your little foray into the dramatic is perhaps uncalled for. I’m also sorry I suffer from insomnia and don’t meet your acceptable posting times.


Posted By: Thatbloke
Date Posted: 06 Jul 2019 at 14:52
As with most clubs all Sponsorship monies are gratefully received but we have always been careful not to succumb to the lure of one major sponsor in an attempt to avoid exactly what you have highlighted above. I think it would be fair to say we have a select group of "significant" sponsors and if we were to lose one it would be a blow but not life-threatening



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