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Reigatian Rugby, Hockey, Cricket and Netball…

Old Reigatian RFC
Old Reigatian Rugby Football Club runs sides for seniors, juniors and minis and welcomes new players of all ages and abilities.

We have set our goals this year: to run four weekly, inclusive, competitive senior sides. That means WE NEED YOU. Can you run? Can you catch? If the answer is yes then you can play rugby and you can play at Old Reigatians. So if you’re an old player, newly retired or just always fancied a game come down and make yourself available. We look forward to welcoming you to the club!

For further information contact Ed Bartlett, Club Captain:
07545 599609

Minis and Juniors
The philosophy of the Minis and Juniors at Old Reigatian is to provide quality coaching for boys and girls from u6 to u18 in a fun atmosphere and safe environment. We welcome players of all abilities and experience and strive to ensure that everyone has an opportunity to develop to their maximum potential whilst having a great deal of fun!

Ladies and Girls Rugby
We cater for all abilities and aim to run both Touch Rugby and Contact Rugby so you get to choose how physical your involvement will be. For those just looking for fun and fitness then our Touch Rugby sessions are great fun and many Reigate mums have discovered that Touch Rugby is a great alternative to the other fitness classes that are available – and a great social occasion as well. For those looking for the more physical challenges that contact rugby offers we are gradually building up this element and recently had the current England Ladies Scrum Half and an ex England Ladies number 8 come along to a training session to show us what contact rugby is all about.

The girls train at the club on Sunday mornings at 10.00am and all girls from school year 6 up to year 12 will be warmly welcomed at training sessions and no prior experience of rugby is necessary.

The Ladies (the age range so far is 16 to over 50) train on Wednesdays from 7.30pm until about 9.00pm following which the bar is open for a post-training drink. The combination of fun and fitness that Rugby represents has proved to be a great success.

So, to all Ladies and Girls out there – please come down and just give it a go, it really will be a lot of fun – and to all of the men reading this, please encourage all the women in your life to come down and join in.

If you just want to know a bit more first then please contact David McGuigan:

Old Reigatian Rugby Football Club
Geoffrey Knight Fields, Park Lane, Reigate, Surrey RH2 8JX
01737 339777


Old Reigatian Hockey Club

We are a sociable club based in the Reigate and Redhill area of Surrey. The Club currently runs 3 men’s teams playing league hockey at various levels. We also offer free coaching on Tuesday evenings. Naturally, we always welcome new members so, if you are interested, feel free to visit our website:

Or contact Club Captain, Rob Evans, for more information or details:
01737 823114 / 07890 266354


Old Reigatians Netball Club
A Great Game, A Great Club and A Great Group of People!
Old Reigatians Netball train from 7.30pm to 08:30pm every Tuesday at Reigate Grammar School. We run 2 teams, the A team who play in Division 6 of the Surrey League and the B team who play in Division 8 of the Surrey League.

We are a fun club who like to compete at the highest levels. Our members are drawn from all walks of life, some are here for fun, other for fitness and some for the glass of wine afterwards! The club’s members are aged from 18 years old upwards and with a variety of netball experience!

We are always looking for new players whether you want to come to training for fitness or join our team. Please visit our website for further information:

Or to get in touch with us email:


Old Reigatian Cricket Club
A club for all, no matter your standard
Entering the Annual Cricketers Trophy again this year with some social warm up fixtures over the summer, ORCC is the perfect excuse to dust off the whites and don them once more with Reigatians of all ages.

If you would like to find out more please email ORCC Club Chairman Phil Davies (’08) directly: