Dear Baa-Baas Team Mate’s
Oh boy do I feel like I have been hit by a steam train today? Not sure which part of my body hurts most, but thoroughly enjoyed being back on the pitch.
I would like to thank each and everyone of you (Vets and Thirds) for turning out for the Guildford Vets Baa Baas. Despite a tough day at the office against a very ‘youthful’ Chobham outfit, the result, thought including the three over 65s gave their heart and soul against what can best described as a Chobham development squad. GREAT EFFORT GUYS
“The more we are together the happier we will be…”
Micky Kelleway – Co Captain of GRFC Vets Baa-Baas
Guildford Vets are back in action after a lengthy lay-off on FRIDAY NIGHT at Broadwater when they host Richmond Heavies. KO 7:45pm.
The Clubhouse & Bar will be OPEN from 6.30 pm
This is the first time that Guildford Vets have hosted a league game under floods on a Friday night and have asked members to turn out in force to support our very successful Vets. So grab your Wives /Wife, GF(s), kids, friends, neighbour and their dog and come down for a Beer/Wine/Prosecco/ Pie whilst watching was promises to be a great game of rugby followed by quite a few beers after game
Thanks Club – The Vets
The Vets Friday night fixture heralds the start of a full fixture card at the Club this weekend.
Saturday sees the 1st XV take on rival Sutton & Epsom RFC against the backdrop of the Quilter Autumn Internationals.
Sunday will see 1,200+ kids descend of Broadwater for the Mini’s Autumn Festival in the morning which gives way to the Gazelles who defend their position as league leaders against struggling Drybrook Ladies; KO 2pm