Reeds have enjoyed two good hit outs in the run up to the start of the season with everyone getting some game time and the coaches learning who is putting their hand up for selection, and where we need to make improvements and adjustments to get ready for the season proper. So far so good!
Our first friendly on 21 ...
We will host a taster session to welcome new players – experienced or never held a rugby ball before, it doesn’t matter, the emphasis is on fun. Find out more here --->
Reeds host their inaugural 7’s Tournament on 24 July - come down and watch some great rugby, and cheer our 3 sides on! Then relax and watch the Lions play at 5pm and enjoy the post-match socials!
Unfortunately, it now seems clear, in the absence of any formal update from Surrey, that there will be no meaningful 15 a side version of the game for the rest of this season. That said we still harbour hopes of being able to train in a meaningful way and it is possible that we will be able to organi...
This year has clearly been tough for us all and not being able to play rugby at Whiteley Village on the weekends, makes the situation so much worse.
As Christmas is approaching the Club is looking to put smiles back on faces by creating a Reeds Calendar which will include photos from all sections of the club.
From Left – Right:
Charlie Smith – Strength & Conditioning
Julian Davies - Scrum Coach
Rod Jermy - Forwards Lead & U21 Head Coach
Nigel Connell – Director of Rugby
Paul Turner - Backs Lead / Consultant
Pete Rowe - Assistant Coach
Josh Brown - Player Coach (Forwards)
Reed Announce Their Seniors Coaching Team for ...
During the pandemic, it’s become more important than every to consider those around us and our own mental health.
With that in mind, as a Club we are delighted to announce that we will be partnering with @gracedeartrust - working closely with all age groups.
We are not just a rugby club, we are a family, and no ...
WEST NORFOLK 19pts, REEDS WEYBRIDGE 15pts
Reeds preparations for this game ran like clock-work and coaches, players, and supporters turned up to in fine spirits with confidence levels high despite the fact that their hosts, West Norfolk, had only lost once at home in the previous 18 months. The hoped-for victory ...
REEDS WEYBRIDGE 30pts PORTSMOUTH 10pts
Reeds are used to facing town sides who arrive with a huge set of forwards that present serious problems in the set pieces, the Pompey forwards were certainly big enough but it was the Reeds pack that had the visitors tight scrummage back pedalling for most of the afternoon. And ...
LONDON SOUTH WEST THREE
BASINGSTOKE 12pts REEDS WEYBRIDGE 37pts
The great thing about rugby is that one week the ball can be fizzing around the park in dry conditions and the next week you are faced with storm Dennis, complete with ferocious winds and lashing rain. You certainly wouldn’t want too many games in the ...