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  • That Friday Feeling 31/01/2020

    Fri 31 Jan 2020 09:04

    That Friday Feeling 31st January 2020 Last weekend a somewhat frustrated and disjointed Caldy secured an important 27-17 win over Hull at Paton Field to keep up their winning record in … view

  • Fylde Hawkes 14 - Caldy 2nd XV 33

    Tue 28 Jan 2020 09:26

    Fylde Hawks 14 Caldy 2nd xv 33Last Saturday Caldy’s 2nd xv travelled to the Fylde Coast to play the Fylde Hawks at their Woodlands ground. The match … view

  • Match Report - Caldy 27-17 Hull

    Mon 27 Jan 2020 10:44

    In a gritty and tough encounter Caldy preserved their 100% record with a win over Hull but it was close as visiting Birkenhead Park legend John McNally acknowledged. “It was a superb high- … view

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  • Preview Fylde 2ndxv v Caldy 2ndxv

    Fri 24 Jan 2020 19:39

    The 2xv team travel to Fylde on Saturday to play their final game in The Cotton Traders Premier regular season. To date they have played 15 games and won all 15 with an unprecedented … view

  • That Friday Feeling - 24.1.20

    Fri 24 Jan 2020 09:36

    Playing against such a committed side as Luctonians is never easy, especially in Leominster where the home crowd is so connected to the players. The collective pride in their … view

  • Match Report - Caldy 2nds 92 - 0 Rossendale 2nds

    Wed 22 Jan 2020 13:23

    After last weeks windy conditions, the weather was fair and perfect for running rugby. Rossendale arrived with just 15 players having had some late cry offs. Rossendale kicked off … view

  • John Bailey 1933-2020 It is with deep regret I have to inform the club of the passing of John Bailey today after a long illness. He has been confined to Hoylake Cottage Hospital for over 18 months.  Jon Joined the Club in the 1080’s when his son became a member and became very active in the administration. He did not play rugby himself, being a hockey player, but was a committed member of the club. He became Chairman of the Rugby club from 1998-2000 and was instrumental in redrafting the rules of the club in 2002, bringing it in line with the requirements modern structure which now comprised a large Junior and Mini section and the changes in the management of senior Section which now involved in league rugby.  He was a strong supporter of the Last of the summer wine gang became an integral member rising to the dizzy heights of Head Binman. He was a great raconteur with a sense of fun which kept everyone going during the wet days at the club.  He will be greatly missed by all the members who knew him, our condolences go to his wife Ada and his children John, Sue and the grandchildren  His funeral will be on February 10th at Blacon crematorium at 10am then back to the club.

    John Bailey 1930-2020

    Mon 20 Jan 2020 15:44

    It is with deep regret I have to inform the club of the passing of John Bailey today after a long illness. He has been confined to Hoylake Cottage Hospital for over 18 months.Jon Joined … view

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