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Crawley Rugby Football Club

Crawley Rugby club is a rugby club based in Crawley, Sussex.

Crawley currently compete in the Sussex Spitfire 1 league.

As well as running a wide range of rugby clubs involving both junior and senior players, Crawley has in the past provided a home ground for the Sussex Swans Australian Rules Football team.

On 10 April 2010 Crawley were crowned League Champions of Sussex 1 and they will be playing the 2010\2011 season in London South East 3.

Malcolm (Nogs) Jones played for them, lastly as an Old Goat.

After a difficult season in the London and South East 3 Division, with 5 wins out of 22 games,[1] Crawley has headed back to the Sussex Intermediate League with a positive outlook to restructure the club and appoint a new chairman, after it was announced that Tony Smith, who had held the position for 14 years, resigned.[2]

Club Honours

References

  1. ^ http://clubs.rfu.com/fixtures/MatchByDivision.aspx?DivID=70000762
  2. ^ http://www.pitchero.com/clubs/crawleyrfc/news/a-message-from-the-crawley-rug-565466.html

External links

  • Crawley RFC Website



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