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Actonians RFC

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Actonians RFC
UnionMiddlesex RFU
Founded1968
LocationActon, Ealing, London, England
Ground(s)Actonians Sports Club
ChairmanMarc Owen
PresidentPeter Mullen
Captain(s)Matt Lloyd
League(s)Herts/Middlesex 1
Official website
www.actoniansrfc.com

Actonians Rugby Football Club is a rugby union club based in West London, England, part of the Actonians Sports Associaiton. Actonians RFC currently have two senior men's teams and play their home matches at Actonians Sports Ground, on Gunnersbury Drive. The 1st XV play in Herts/Middlesex 1, the 2nd XV in Middlesex Merit Table 4.[1]

History[edit]

Actonians Rugby Football Club, formerly Old Actonians Rugby Football Club (OARFC) was formed in 1968 by members of the Old Actonians Sports Association (OAASC). The name is a legacy of a historic link with Acton County Grammar School (now Acton Ark Academy). Old Actonians Sports Association is established as a Limited Company and provides the physical facilities (grounds, buildings and bar). There are also Cricket, Football, Tennis, Squash, Badminton, Netball and Table Tennis clubs within the OAASC [2].

2020-21 Season[edit]

No competitive matches were played during the season due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

2019-20 Season[edit]

The first team finished 2nd in Herts/Middlesex 2 , thus gaining promotion to Herts/Middlesex 1 for the 2020-21 season.[3]

Tours[edit]

Actonians RFC have a rich touring history, playing rugby and having fun in many countries and on many continents. Recent tours include:

  • 2019 - Riga, Latvia
  • 2018 - Barcelona
  • 2017 - Bournemouth
  • 2016 - Romania
  • 2015 - Warsaw
  • 2013 - Budapest
  • 2012 - Amsterdam
  • 2011 - Portugal
  • 2010 - Hong Kong
  • 2007 - Croatia
  • 2006 - New York
  • 2005 - New Zealand (Vets) via Hawaii and LA
  • 2005 - Rimini, Italy
  • 2001 - Venice, Italy
  • 1999 - Barcelona
  • 1998 - Lausanne
  • 1997 - Vendome, France
  • 1994 - Leiden, Holland
  • 1993 - Prague
  • 1992 - Switzerland
  • 1991 - Barcelona
  • 1991 - Ireland
  • 1990 - Paris
  • 1990 - Cornwall (Brown Willy Tour)
  • 1987 - Isle of Man

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Category:Actonians RFC Category:English rugby union teams Category:Rugby union clubs in London Category:Rugby clubs established in 1968


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