|Age Group||Head Coach||Contact Email||Contact mobile||Team Manager||Contact Email||Contact Mobile||Fixtures||Contact Email||Contact Mobile|
|Under 13||Dan Phillipsemail@example.com||07948 502785||Ian Jarrattfirstname.lastname@example.org||Ian Jarratt||See Team Manager column|
|Under 14||SImon Spavinsemail@example.com||07773 023616||Steve Sugarsfirstname.lastname@example.org||Steve Sugars||See Team Manager column|
|Under 15||Matt Hagueemail@example.com||07753 935641||Matt Hague||See Head Coach column|
|Under 16||Paul Allenfirstname.lastname@example.org||Toby Barrettemail@example.com||07800 841835||Toby Barrett||See Team Manager column|
The Sunday following one of, if not the most successful Senior Saturday in the club’s history saw the U16’s continuing the winning trend with an emphatic victory in the Bedfordshire Cup Final. Playing Biggleswade on a very hard and dusty pitch 1 the boys entertained the crowd both outside and those watching in the clubhouse
Last Saturday as part of the successful Mini & Youth afternoon watching the First XV beat Old Elthamians in the Naional 1 top of the table clash the U13/U15 girls were the ball girls for the match. They had a great time, enjoyed themselves and are pictured with the First XV squad after the game.
9 members of Ampthill Girls U18’s squad represented East Midlands at Ipswich today. East Midlands completed a clean sweep in their matches beating Eastern Counties 35-5 and then NLD (Notts, Lins, Derbs) 27-0! Ian Scarr (Ampthill U18 Girls Head Coach and East Midlands Coach) said: “To nil NLD is a big scalp. It was 10-10 two
On Sunday Ampthill U18 girls played Market Harborough in the Area 4 Plate playoff to determine 3rd & 4th place behind Mansfield who defeated ON’s on the same day in the Cup. Ampthill started well with Bethan winning the first coin toss of the season and playing to the set game plan, but concede a
Ampthill U15 Girls participated in the first Northampton Saints Girls Tournament at the home of the Saints, Franklin’s Gardens. Whilst unable to field a full team of their own they joined up with other various clubs in true rugby fashion enabling full teams to compete against one another other. They all made an outstanding contribution
U13 & U15 Girls meet England Women Internationals at the Royston 7’s tournament – Sunday 20th January 2019 U13 Girls with Tamara Taylor. Tamara has over 100 caps for England, she captained England in the 2015 Six Nations and was part of the winning 2014 World Cup squad as well as being named RPA’s player of
U13’s Ampthill/Bedford U13 Girls played away at Aylesbury last Sunday against Fullerians and an Aylesbury/ Bletchley composite team. The opposition were well drilled and formidable however due to the Ampthill girl’s discipline and focus on the basics, such as rucks and mauls backed up with constant support the girls played and won the 4 games played.
Ampthill U15’s returned to Dillingham Park for an EML fixture against their old foes Olney in perfect conditions for rugby on Remembrance Sunday. Players, coaches and parents all observed two minutes silence at 11am to pay their respects. The game started well for Ampthill with plenty of early possession & territory, they opened the scoring
Result: Olney 25 – Ampthill Tigers 10 Ampthill Tigers headed to Olney for what would, as always be a tough encounter. Although great early defence by the Tigers kept Olney at bay and saw one attempt over the line held up, a momentary lack of concentration saw Olney break the line to score. The forwards