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Every WednesdayQuiz night in the clubhouse
Sat 30th MayMSA Race Night
Sat 27th JuneMoseley Charity Walk
Mon 6th July (7.00pm)Moseley AGM & Members Forum 
Sun 19th JulyWorld Cup visits Billesley
A Date for your diary

The club Annual General Meeting and Supporters Forum will be held at Billesley on Monday 6th July starting at 7.00pm

All welcome.


New Stand & Clubhouse Opening a Great Success

On Saturday, as well as maintaining Championship status, the club enjoyed its most momentous event since moving to Billesley Common, with the opening of the new stand and clubhouse complex.

​As the first function to be staged in the clubhouse fittingly the Moseley Players Association held their annual lunch with many of the clubs most famous players in attendance. 


Championship Status Secured!

Congratulations to the 1st XV who secured their Championship position for next season with a comprehensive 29-0 victory over Plymouth Albion. The result proved the perfect way to celebrate the opening of the new stand and clubhouse facility.

On top of this our U17s progressed to the National Shield Finals by beating Sandal 18-10 to cap an excellent weekend.


Chris Brightwell voted Supporters Player of the Season

Congratulations to Chris Brightwell who has been voted Supporters Player of the Season for 2014/15. Chris was presented with the Lionel Moriaty Golden boot award after the game by the Moseley Supporters Association.

The MSA also made a special award of tankards to Neil Mason, Adam Caves & Ollie Thomas in recognition of their long playing service to the club. 
Kevin Maggs discusses the new standPhoto

Listen to Kevin discussing the new stand and clubhouse opening with Steve Hermon on Radio WM by clicking here





Moseley Hailed as Fantastic Hosts 

On Sunday 12th April the club had the honour of hosting the England Deaf v Wales Deaf International.

Unfortunatly for England they Lost (8-20) but the day proved to be extreamly enjoyable with both sides contributing to a very entertaining match.

England Deaf head coach Sean Fletcher said after the game “Moseley has been fantastic. This is where we want to be for our games, they have been fantastic hosts”....and we would be very happy to see you back again soon Sean.


Webb Ellis Trophy to visit Billesley Common

The club are pleased to confirm that as part of its tour prior to the commencement of the 2015 World Cup the Webb Ellis Trophy will be visiting Billesley Common on Sunday 19th July from 13:00 – 15:30

To recognise this important event we are planning a series of activities around the visit and will update you on the plans in the coming weeks.


Colts Success Stories

Congratulations to Moseley Colts on a double


Our Under 19s were crowned North Midlands League Champions by beating Wolverhampton 19-17 in the playoffs while the Under 17s lifted the Midlands Shield with a 17-3 win over Derby

The future of the club is looking bright with these talented youngsters progressing so well
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RFU & Greene King IPA Championship Clubs agree new five year partnership

The Rugby Football Union (RFU) and the Greene King IPA Championship Clubs have today announced a new five year agreement which will see an uplift in central funding, further strengthening the partnership between the two parties for the continued growth of the second tier.


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Colts win league

Congratulations to the U19s who have won the North Midlands Colts League Saturday Division.

The colts have also been invited to participate in Bedford's inaugral U19 Tens tournament (a
showcase the player development work being carried out by a number of Championship Clubs)
 on April 26th along with Academy sides from Championship clubs Bedford, London Scottish, Moseley, Nottingham and Worcester Warriors as well as Ealing Trailfinders, Cambridge University and the East Midlands Rugby Union.

This Friday they will be playing the University of Birmingham Freshers’ XV under lights (7.00pm) at our old stomping ground,  Bournbrook. Why not pop along and give them some support.


Stand Development - The team tour the new facility

To view photographs of the first team squad having their first look at the new facility click on the picture 




Moseley strengthen the scrum - The Return of two proven performers

Moseley Rugby Club are delighted to announce the return to the club of two outstanding forwards who 
boast over 150 previous Moseley appearances between them. 

Nathan Williams made his ‘return debut’ last weekend at Yorkshire Carnegie as a permanent signing until the end of the season.
 
Buster Lawrence has been training this week with Moseley and has had his registr
ation as a loan player cleared just in time for tomorrow’s home match against Cornish Pirates 
Moseley Rugby Academy – commencing September 2015!

Moseley Rugby Club are delighted to announce the opening of the first and only full-time rugby academy in Birmingham, which will commence this September. The programme is aimed at developing elite young sportsmen for a career in sport, by studying for academic qualifications and playing in a professional sporting environment.

Click here for more information on the academy & how to apply.


Stand development 

Building work complete - Fitting out to commence



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Moseley's Sam Olver named November Player of the Month

Congratulations to Sam who has been named the Greene King IPA Championship Player of the Month for November.


Sam edged the title over Rotherham Titan's Joel Gill, who came a close second. Tom Kessell of Cornish Pirates came in 3rd, with nearly 2,000 votes cast in total.

For the full story click here


1st XV Squad Photograph

Now Available as a high quality Print to Own.
On sale in the club shop from Saturday for only £10. Funds raised will go towards the clubhouse fitting out. 
IMPORTANT - PLEASE NOTE

Parking restrictions due to the building of the new stand

The driveway and area in front of the clubhouse is now restricted by the excavation work and the recent bad weather has exacerbated the difficulties. We therefore have implemented a strict parking and access policy to prevent an accident. 

As of now there will be no car access beyond the main car park.
Please click here for more information