Following a last match win at the end of 2017-18 season, Cambridge earned a creditable to a 10th place finish in National 1, setting the team up for an interesting challenge in the season to come. Barr Ellison are delighted to continue to support the Blood and Sand team and wish them well in the coming games.
Rob Dean, Chair of Cambridge RUFC, says that the team has done well: “We stayed in National 1, which was our target, and we have built a solid platform for the coming season.” New Head Coach, Richie Williams, has signed a majority of last season’s teams – including player-coach Darren Fox – and has already secured around six new players for the Volac Park side.
Pictured: Elizabeth Deyong, Property Partner at Barr Ellison, presenting to Harry Morley his well earned Man of the Match for his hat trick of tries during the Blood and Sand win over Fylde in the last match of the season on 28 April 2018. The final score belies how hard Fylde fought throughout the game in weather more suited to January than late April. Cambridge RUFC ended the season on a high and we are delighted to be supporting them again in the 2018/19 season.
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Following a last match win at the end of 2017-18 season, Cambridge earned a creditable to a 10th place finish in National 1, setting the team up for an interesting challenge in the season to [...]