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British Army Masters 32 – Bermuda Barbarians 12


The Army Masters finished the weeks tour in fine style with a win over the local Bermuda Barbarians side at the international classic competition final day. Both sides had been turned over by the Atlanta Renegades and we’re both looking to finish the week on a high. Like the game from mid-week the Army started strong with CSgt Scotty Sutton ... Read More »

CS Women edged out by Cardiff Blues 17-12


The Combined Services Women were edged out by Cardiff Blues on Friday night 17-12. The match drew a record crowd of several hundred and all stood in respectful silence as players from both sides lined up with match officials to hear the last post. The thoughts of all were with the fallen and injured of wars past and present, particularly ... Read More »

Atlanta Renegades – 19 V British Army Masters – 10


The Army Masters arrived in Bermuda on Sunday evening and after a number of military engagements which included taking part in the Bermuda Remembrance day parade it was time to get down to the serious business of some rugby at the national stadium in the Bermuda capital Hamilton. The Atlanta Renegades like most teams from North America contained a fair ... Read More »

Poppy Rugby Celebration on Remembrance Day

Vintage Marsh Cormack

COMBINED SERVICES 15—31 BARBARIANS Coming off the back of last year’s defeat in Plymouth, the Barbarians were always going to make the 2014 Remembrance Day match a ‘toughie’. The Services’ task was made harder by some surprising ‘call-ins’ during selection followed by a number of important ‘call-offs’, including CS / Navy skipper Dave Pascoe and Army skipper Darrell Ball. That ... Read More »

Roko Solid for England


Royal Scots Dragoon Guards’ LCpl Semesa Rokoduguni opened his England account in probably the most iconic of all matches—England v New Zealand. He, his Regiment and Army rugby attracted rave reviews in the week before walking out at Twickenham and we were not to be disappointed. The fact that England lost 24 pts—21 and it avalanched with rain hardly dampened ... Read More »



The first full Army Women’s fixture of the season was played at Penarth RFC on Friday 24 October against the Welsh Premiership team, Llandaff North, bolstered by a few players from other Cardiff based clubs. After the success of the Army Development game against Exeter University the Army Head Coach, Capt Glyn Barraclough (RAMC), had a tough job selecting the ... Read More »

BA (G) Rugby has kicked off their season with a win


BA (G) 17 – 16 Austria BA (G) Rugby has kicked off their season on a winning note. Defeating Austria in their inaugural match at Dempsey Barracks, in what was a closely fought affair – the lead changing four times before the final whistle sounded. Initially both sides had equal possession, each backline probing the other with little ground gained ... Read More »

Roko Gets England Call


Head Coach Stuart Lancaster has included Lance Corporal Samesa Rokoduguni Royal Scots Dragoon Guards in the England squad for the forthcoming Autumn international series. Not bad for a lad, who according to ‘Roko’ himself, was only required for the bench for his school 1st XV back in Fiji. He came to notice in the Army 7s team during the Middlesex ... Read More »

Advantage the Welsh


On the first Wednesday in October the Royal Welsh welcomed the present Army Champions, 12 Regt RA, to Tidworth in a re match of last seasons Army Premiership final. Bragging rights were at stake but as last season showed, the winners of the cup are the ones that score the most points on the final day in Aldershot. However it ... Read More »

Sappers Supreme at Corps One Day Festival

Sappers attack

Int Corps Take League 2 with AGC Women Winners The Royal Engineers made a clean sweep of the league stages at the Autumn Corps Festival. But there were scary moments during their passage to the Final where they met a buoyant RLC XV that had arrived with something to spare. Despite the absence of some Army players the Final was ... Read More »

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