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Welcome to Percy Park RFC

North Tyne Festival

North Tyneside Festival of Rugby.


On Sunday 6th October Percy Park Rugby Football Club will once again host the North Tyneside Festival of Rugby.

 In partnership with Northumberland Rugby Union and with support from Newcastle Falcons, Percy Park have attracted 906 children aged from 6 to 10 years old, to play in the opening Festival of the Season.

 The Festival of Rugby is an inclusive event aimed at helping children with the new laws of Rugby and it also allows cross county coaches to share ideas and training plans which will help develop the children going forward.

 This year we have 115 teams entered across the 5 age group and will see Percy Park arrange and execute 220 fixtures on 26 pitches over 4 hours.

 This year we have seen a huge increase in the number of clubs participating across all age groups, with teams travelling from as far north as Alnwick and west from Carlisle.

 The main thrust of the event is for all children to have loads of FUN and for everyone to ENJOY themselves.

 Under the “New Rules of Play”, we won’t have an overall winner, as there are no cups or trophies to be awarded at the end of the day.

 All children taking part will be fed by Percy Park and all the children will receive commemorative medals.

 Doors open for this year’s North Tyneside Festival at 09:00 hrs on 6th Oct, with the first fixtures starting at 10:30hrs.

 All members at Percy Park RFC have rallied with support, which ought to make the day extremely enjoyable and memorable.

 If any child wishes to consider “giving rugby a try”, parents can visit the club website or ring Glenn Forster on 07812 834089.




Last Updated on Wednesday, 02 October 2013 16:54

Bonus point win in Tyne Tees derby




Club Captain - Michael LanglandsClub Captain - Michael LanglandsSkipper Michael Langlands secured a bonus point win with Park’s fourth try of the game to win this Tyne Tees derby at Greenwood Road Billingham. Both teams had to make late changes to the sides shown in the match day program with Sean Williamson coming into the side for James Ponton, who sustained an injury during midweek training. Percy Park stayed mainly with the side that had beaten Beverley the previous week, with the exception of Stu Cannon and Marc Cook who were both ruled out with injury. Alan Blakey returned at tight-head prop and Michael Langlands moved to openside.

 The game kicked off in perfect conditions if not a bit warm for the players, and Park kicked off down the slope with the sun in their eyes. After only a couple of minutes had elapsed Stu Findlay had to leave the field after tackling his opposite number into touch, and Park brought on scrum half Jimmy Baldwin to the left wing.

Last Updated on Sunday, 29 September 2013 17:44

Improved performance secures league win


Guy Pike on the attackGuy Pike on the attack

A 75th minute penalty by Toby Davison secured Park’s first win of the season in a close encounter against a determined Beverley side. Percy Park went into a 14 point lead half way through the first period when 2 converted tries in quick succession put the visitors on the back foot.

 18 year old blind side flanker Liam Scott scored his debut try after Park were awarded a penalty close to the Beverley line. A quick tap by number 8 James Ponton maintained momentum and although he was stopped short the recycled ball found Liam who crashed over for the try which was converted by Toby Davison. Park’s back row played well throughout the game with openside Stu Cannon being awarded man of the match.

 From the re-start Beverley kicked deep and Park cleared to touch stealing the resulting line out ball which was hoofed deep into the visitors 22. Beverley ever adventurous in attack chose to run the ball out of defence, but good chasing up by Guy Pike stopped any progress and he was on hand to pick up the ball which spilled loose and darted in 20 metres for the score. Toby Davison kicked the conversion for 14 – 0.

Last Updated on Sunday, 22 September 2013 15:44

Northumberland Cup Draw


The draw has been made for the various county cup competitions and 3 of our sides will play Morpeth. There will be no preliminary round for the 2nd and 3rd XV competitions, although the Marauders and Penguins will play on the 16th November 2013.

Percy Park Lions v Morpeth Reivers              15th February 2014

Percy Park Pumas v Morpeth Edwardians   15th February 2014

Morpeth Stags v Percy Park Marauders        16th November 2013

Percy Park Penguins v Ashington III              16th November 2013

Last Updated on Tuesday, 24 September 2013 09:50

6 Nations Tickets

RBS Six Nations

Members are reminded that if they wish to order tickets for any of the RBS 6 Nations games for 2014 the deadline is Tuesday 24th September 2013. If you require tickets and have not yet applied please contact Micky Dunn as soon as possible This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


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