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The aim of the Inter-Corps One Day Festival is to allow Corps’ the opportunity to field their squads for the first time at the start of the season. L1 sides play XV a side; L2 and Women play 10 a side.

Results 2017:

League 1 15’s
Winners RE
Runners Up R Signals
League 2 10’s
Winners RAC
Runners Up AMS
Women’s 10’s
Winners RE/REME
Runners Up RLC


2015 Corps Festival Report

Corps Women

The ARU Corps rugby season started with a bang as usual with the inter-Corps festival at Aldershot on Wednesday 16th September 2015. This competition provides coaches an opportunity to blood new players and experiment before the inter-Corps competition starts and this year saw most Corps bring along large squads and get as many players on the pitch as possible. The ... 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 »

Sappers regain Corps Festival title

The Royal Engineers secured the Festival title after a thrilling final at the Army Rugby Stadium Aldershot. In a match noted for aggressive defence the Sappers retained their composure in the knowledge that ‘more of the same’ should eventually win the day. It did. RE 17pts—RLC 5 Noxy waited until he had grounded the ball before that stadium wide grin ... Read More »

AGC Corps 20th Anniversary Tour of Romania 2012

ADJUTANT GENERALS CORPS RUGBY UNION FOOTBALL CLUB 20TH ANNIVERSARY TOUR ROMANIA 2012 By Captain Allan Brown Secretary AGC Rugby, Detachment Commander 1st Battalion Irish Guards. On Tuesday 26th June 2012 twenty eight members of the AGC RUFC departed London Heathrow en route to Romania. Despite the expected issues associated with taking 28 individuals from 8 different countries through one of ... Read More »

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