In the money

The winners of the April Monthly Draw have been named.

They are: £30 Mr. P. Anderson, £20 Mr. R. Bundy, £15 Mr. S. Harfield and £10 Ms. D. O'Toole.

Find out more about how you can win cash prizes in the Monthly Draw section of this website or pick up an Application Form from the Clubhouse.


Thanks Mike

Mike Barham's European Pipelines company, based in Fareham, have been a long-time sponsor of Gosport & Fareham Rugby Club and are currently in the second year of a three year sponsorship deal writes Brian Seeney.

Two of the players Mike is sponsoring are Club captain Wes Dugan (left) and Wayne Dugan and the two Hampshire players were on hand recently to receive a cheque from Mike and his wife Karen (also pictured) on behalf of Gos.

"Sponsorship is vital to a club like ours and we thank all our other sponsors but particularly our Club President Patricia Smith-Roché and Mike for all their support. Patricia and Mike have been long-time sponsors and their generosity and backing is greatly appreciated," said Club Chairman Alan Foulger.

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Photo: Roger Smith.

London Irish summer Rugby Camp returns

London Irish Community Rugby will once again be running a Two-day Rugby Camp at Gosport Park this summer on Monday 7th & Tuesday 8th August.

This is the third time Gosport Park has been chosen as a Camp venue.

"The Camp's core values are based on are inclusiveness, openness, and a team ethos; all of which we actively encourage participants to respect and develop for themselves," say London Irish.

"The Camp programme has been developed by London Irish's professional Academy and Community coaches to cover all positions for players of all abilities.

"Whether you are new to the game or the next Topsy Ojo, the Camp promises to provide the perfect mix of technical coaching and games which are delivered in a fun, safe and professional rugby environment."

Camps are open to players from Under 7 to Under 14 (players will be separated into specific age groups).

What's included?
• Top quality coaching from our Community Coaches
• Free junior match ticket to an allocated home game with an accompanying full paying adult
• Free membership to the Junior Exiles Club
• Individual player feedback form
• Q&A with a London Irish Player (subject to availability depending on first team playing schedule).

To book a place at the Gosport Camp go to

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Hampshire edge closer to another Twickenham final

Hampshire are just one game away from returning to Twickenham in a County Championship Final after a thrilling 36-36 draw against Somerset at Gosport Park on Saturday in front of an estimated crowd of over 400 writes Brian Seeney.

In this coming Saturday's final round of the Bill Beaumont County Championship (Division 2 South), Hampshire are at home to Warwickshire at Hooks Lane, Havant (3pm) whilst North Midlands host Somerset.

Hampshire currently top the table on eight points with Somerset second on eight points. But Hampshire have a better points' difference tally of +20 - each have won and drawn a game.

Led by Gosport & Fareham skipper Wes Dugan, Hampshire were 0-7 down after only six minutes against Somerset but quickly recovered through centre Wayne Dugan's try.

The lead then changed hands at regular intervals and the game ended at 36 points apiece, with both sides knowing they could clinch a Twickenham place.

The day's other game between Warwickshire and North Midlands ended in a 56-56 draw.

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Above: Wayne Dugan scoring his try for Hampshire on Saturday. Photo: Roger Smith.

Tony wins President's Shield

Tony Buckley has been awarded the President's Shield for 2017 writes Brian Seeney.

Tony is the volunteer Facilities' Manager at our Club.

The Shield is given for "outstanding services to the club and game" and was presented to him by Club President Patricia Smith-Roché

Pictured are (from left) Chairman Alan Foulger, Patricia and Tony. Photo: Chris Roberts.

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