At the EGM on Thursday evening it was agreed to change the non-playing subscription to £156 which includes a season ticket.

The club is now using the RFU Game Management System (GMS) to collect all subscriptions as it gives the club more control over their income this way. You may not have used this system before but all members were put onto it previously so a user name and password has been created. Follow the directions below to buy membership.


  1. Log onto the Caldy Rugby website
  2. Click onto Memberships on top row
  3. Click on Purchase top right, this will take you to GMS
  4. Enter User name, if not known look at the bottom of any email received from John Mallon re Caldy and you will find it there.

Your username is” xxxxxx”  please go to GMS to login to your account or to reset your password. GMS is the Rugby Football Union and RFU Clubs Game Management System, used to help administer the game nationally”

  1. Enter password, if not known click on “Forgot Password” and the GMS will send you an email to enable you to create another.
  2. Once on site click on appropriate Membership (Black arrow on right hand side of box) this will put the membership into basket.
  3. Click on Checkout and you will be given the option to pay, if you have opted for DD you will need to enter you bank details.

If there are any problems with this please do not hesitate in contacting Roger Flashman or Alan Roberts who will try to help you.



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