Thanks to all of you who attended our AGM last Tuesday. It was a great social evening and we really appreciated your participation and comments.
Thanks to the noisy band of supporters who travelled to Doncaster last Saturday, with special thanks to the former pupils of St Benedict’s School in the OPRFC touring party, who had played in Leeds the night before.
Your support was much appreciated.
Congratulations to Nikki and Anthony Allen who received our First Time Visitor Award on Saturday 15th April presented by back-row Adam Korczyk.
Congratulations to David Douglas-Bridge who was chosen as the Ealing Trailfinders Supporters’ Association’s February Player of the Month, sponsored by Windsor Hill Mortgages.
Thank you to everyone who joined us at the Shaftesbury Pub before the game last Saturday. It was great to see so many there and your support for the raffle raised £120 which will contribute towards Supporters Club merchandise.
Our appreciation also to Angus Kernoham and Pat Howard who came along to mingle for the evening and helped sell raffle tickets.
We are pleased to announce that the Supporters Associations’ Members Only area has now been launched on the website.
Please take the time to register as a supporter and get access to a secure members only area where you can view members only content, vote for your Player of the Month, post blogs, message other members privately and receive your digital membership card.
Complete your registration here Supporters Association Members Registration
If you are already a member of the Supporters Association you should still register as most future communications from us are likely to be via the Members Area.
Congratulations to Max Bodilly who was chosen as the Ealing Trailfinders Supporters’ Association’s January Player of the Month, sponsored by Windsor Hill Mortgages.
Congratulations to James Campbell who received our First Time Visitor Award on Saturday 11th February presented by centre Reuben Bird-Tulloch.
At the start of the 2019 season The Club launched Ealing Trailfinders 1871 (ET1871RFC) and affiliated this with the RFU thus gaining rights to compete in the RFU leagues.
Since then ET1871RFC has secured league promotion for the first team in each season and at the same time The Club mostly weathered the massive impact that Covid-19 had on rugby in England.
In short we’re doing well and are ambitious to do even better.
The ET1871RFC Club Chairman Steve Weekes, who was the inaugural holder of this post, has resigned for personal reasons.
The ET1871RFC Club Chairman role is vacant and we invite candidates to apply for this exciting opportunity.
- You will understand that something very exciting is happening for ET1871RFC and you want to be a part of this.
- Having the chance to be part of something special is an opportunity that doesn’t come around very often. Grab it while you can.
- You will have the skills and passion to inspire our external stakeholders, building strong relationships and understanding their needs and orchestrating their support.
- You’ll not only promote the Ealing 1871 vision to these stakeholders but will also have a major say in shaping this vision. You’ll help pave the way for the Ealing 1871 journey.
- If you are not the person to fill this role you may know someone who would fit it perfectly but is currently not part of the Ealing Trailfinders Club family. If you do then sound them out and make an introduction.
If you are interested then contact me, in person, by email or by phone. I can provide more background and can share a more detailed Job Specification.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Congratulations to Kevin Rowe who received our First Time Visitor Award on Saturday 28th January, presented by hooker Kevin O’Byrne.