Falmouth Rugby Club made its great return since the 7th of March

Falmouth mayor Steve Eva published its recently ugraded changing rooms for his or her Falmouth Rugby Club before the very firsts competition happening at the club since the 7th of March this year. The work, which has costed the orginization staff quite small budget as they need been using their own players and staff, has undergone some certain changes. There are new dividers on the seating. All of the walls and floors were freshly painted and that they also installed a TV  with match highlights and a fresh fridge. Club captain Tom Spiller explained this action that this concept of adjusting rooms was in the purpose of making a more professional atmosphere for their players. This is likely to be something that they’re going to more likely feel more pleased with and proud of.


“Somewhere where you’ll come and think this is such a professional environment and somewhere you would like to belong to. I feel myself, Cameron Bullock, Graham Whitmore and everybody else all have done an excellent job and that I prefer to be part of.” This is just the primary phase with the second team next on the list. The tournament will gather different teams from all across the world.  first and second teams and colts play a knockout competition of touch rugby, held under the RFU’s Ready for Rugby guidelines. Director of rugby Graham Whitmore rrevealed that: “It was terrific. The competitive spirit among all of our players was back with full abundance. These upcoming plays need to be executed in great spirit and therefore the afternoon was an excellent success.” At the weekend, players and volunteers got stuck into Rugby Force at Falmouth RFC. Natwest RugbyForce provides a chance to assist get facilities back in shape, to welcome back the community as clubs anticipate to getting back to play. The tea, coffee, pints and pasties were all flowing as numerous people turned up to assist fix up the club.