Please find the latest PVRFC Covid-19 self-assessment form here:
In order to attend any training sessions either senior or junior any participant must complete a self- assessment form and bring it with them to the sessions. In the case of club members under the age of 18 a parents signature is essential. This is essential for the club to conform to RFU and government guidelines. Failure to complete the form will mean the individual will not be able to attend the training session. You can download the form here:
The RFU have recently confirmed that the action plan to commence a safe and phased return to grassroots rugby activity has been approved by the Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (‘DCMS’).Continue reading
Dorset and Wilts 2 North
Saturday 1 February 2020
PEWSEY PERSERVERE TO SEIZE VICTORY AT THE DEATH
Pewsey ran out winners in this tightly fought, at times fractious, contest; claiming victory with the last kick of the game.Continue reading
A great club in the heart of the Pewsey Vale. We provide a unique culture where your children can grow in confidence and life skills, increase their fitness, make friends, develop team skills … but most of all have FUN FUN FUN!! Special Pre-Season Offer – Sign up by the 22nd June 2019 and the Annual Family Membership fee will be £69. (Usual price £75, and includes up to 3 children per family. A £5 deposit will be required to secure this discount.) Sign up at the Family Fun Day on Saturday 22nd June.
Sunday 9th of December, Pewsey U11’s played a 40-minute match against Devizes U11’s. We played Devizes in the hope that it would improve our phase rugby. At the start, we didn’t do that well because we were lacking communication, but it got better throughout the game. As a result of this, we ended up scoring a lot more tries. The overall scores were 7-11 to Pewsey. We really enjoyed playing and thought that Devizes had great teamwork
Club president Steve Park announced a substantial grant of £15,000 to the club from the Hills Group Limited. The money has been made available through the Landfill Communities Fund (LCF) which is administered for Hills by Community First, the Rural Community Council for Wiltshire.
Steve said “the club is delighted to receive this grant towards the completion of the new pavilion. I would like to thank both the Hills Group Limited and Community First for granting us this money as we reach towards our goal of completing a first-class sports pavilion which can be used by the whole community in the Pewsey
The club are delighted to announce that 4 square advice Ltd have become the club’s main sponsor. Andy Watson Managing Director of the Company presented the club shirts to the team on Saturdays home match on the 3rd November 2018. Club Captain Nick Damper said “Andy has been a supporter of the club for some time now and we are delighted with the new kit bearing the name of his business
Jamie Balls training sessions for women’s fitness has had great initial success with some ten women in attendance. These are fun sessions designed for fitness with a Rugby touch. Sessions are held at the club ground every Saturday starting at 10.30am
Jamie is also setting up rugby fitness sessions for men over 35. These sessions will run from 7-8pm every Thursday at the club ground, so dig out your boots and come along for what will be fun non-contact sessions designed to improve your health