Christmas Party Nights 9th (SOLD OUT) and 16th ( STILL SOME TICKETS) December 2017
Oct06

Christmas Party Nights 9th (SOLD OUT) and 16th ( STILL SOME TICKETS) December 2017

  Yes, Christmas is coming !! Our ever-popular Christmas Party nights provide the perfect opportunity for companies, families and friends to get together and warm up for Christmas. Hosted in our Marquee on the 9th and 16th December. Bookings are now being taken for tickets via email, facebook or call the club on 0151 427 2930 or 07757 755736. Price £25 includes live entertainment and a buffet and mulled wine on arrival. To win a bottle of Champagne please like and share our post on our Facebook Page HERE – Winner to be selected by 7th...

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Car Boot Sales Postponed
Aug17

Car Boot Sales Postponed

Due to unforeseen circumstances we have postponed our car boot sales until further notice.    

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Rugby: Player Recruitment 2015/16
Jun11

Rugby: Player Recruitment 2015/16

Liverpool Collegiate RUFC have established themselves as one of the most successful community sports clubs in Liverpool. Collegiate are always keen to attract new players to the club running four senior sides, a colts side, as well as 10 Minis and Junior sides. For more information on the Junior section – please see the dedicated website. The 1st XV finished 1st in South Lancs/Cheshire 2 last season and gained promotion to Division 1. It is hoped the club will secure their position in South Lancs/Cheshire 1 this season. Our 1st XV offers a good opportunity for experienced players to play competitive rugby. The 2nd XV compete in North West Division 1. With opposition in this league including the second teams of a number of National League clubs this allows players to face a good quality opposition, producing a squad of players who are also comfortable playing in the 1st XV. The 3rd XV had a successful season following promotion, and are looking forward to another year in North West Division 4. The 3rd XV offers a more relaxed approach to rugby with many older players on their way back down or younger players on their way up. We also run a 4th XV who play for those keen on the social side of the game or newcomers to the sport. This is a great team for those who may not be able to commit to regular rugby or wish to play at a slower pace, and provides a good learning platform for those wishing to develop. The 4th XV play fixtures in North West Division 5. Being in close proximity to Liverpool University, LJMU and Liverpool Hope University the club has benefitted from the inclusion of numerous student players in previous seasons – with many of them playing regular 1st XV rugby. The club is easy to get to by public transport and lifts are available for those who need it. We a really keen to attract new players at any level of rugby for next season as we aim to continue our success. If you looking for a new club to join for and a new challenge as well as excellent coaching and a lot of enjoyment please contact our rugby manager on 07951049273 or email liverpoolcollegiaterugby@yahoo.com – if you require more information please see the club website. Pre-season training begins Tuesday 7th July at 7pm on Otterspool Prom and continues every Tuesday and Thursday – same time, same place.  For help finding ‘The Prom’ there is information available...

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Sporting Dinner Friday 13th March
Mar02

Sporting Dinner Friday 13th March

Liverpool Cricket Club will be hosting a Sporting Dinner on Friday 13th March at 7.30pm with special guests, Radio City’s John Keith and also a top comedian TBA! Tickets are £25 with a three course meal and much more included. If interested contact the club on 0151 427 2930 or Tony White...

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Women’s 1s lose to Loughborough again

On Saturday 14th February, Sefton travelled to Loughborough determined to bring home a win after defeat against Sutton the previous week. With a new system and Sefton not used to playing on a water based pitch, we didn’t get off to the best start. Loughborough hit us hard, exploiting the gaps in our system and working as a unit to get close to our D, giving themselves plenty of opportunities for a lead. However, Sefton began to track back, working solidly in defence avoiding Loughborough from the goal they were trying desperately to achieve. With this pressure on the Sefton defence set plays began to come together, with Sefton beginning to work the ball up the pitch to our attack who were running tirelessly. Unfortunately with the bounce from the waterbased pitch our simple passes were failing to be stopped allowing Loughborough to intercept and with one mistake in the D, Loughborough were awarded their first short corner which they managed to convert. With this goal brought a new determination into the hearts off Sefton, who wanted to make a comeback in the second half. Sefton came back onto the pitch with the desire to score, our set plays and passes were now coming together allowing us to work up the pitch and create space for our attack to exploit the goal. The second half saw Sefton to be the more dominant team, successfully preventing Loughborough from having any chances in front of goal. Although Sefton failed to convert, it looked as if Sefton would only be defeated by one goal, but a mistake in the D again cost us another short corner. With a ‘unique’ injection technique causing two Sefton players to break early and get sent to the halfway line, Sefton were left with 3 in defence against the whole of the Loughborough team. The outcome was inevitable, Loughborough converted their second short corner, resulting in a 2-0 Sefton defeat. Abii...

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Good Win for Men’s 2s at Deeside

Exciting hockey game in some place in the middle of the countryside an hour away from Liverpool. It was apparently “RAF” Tom´s last game of the season, and from the atmosphere in the dressing room before the game you had the feeling that it was going to be either an easy game, or one that was already lost. It was none of them. The opposition played decent hockey and they absolutely controlled the first 5-10 mins of the game.  Sefton´s defence was very solid, and after these initial threatening moments, the team started to counter attack dangerously through both wings. Owen Jones scored the first goal for Sefton halfway through the first half with a nice shot from the edge of the D, and minutes later Jorge Mowinckel Sagnier scored the second after a decent save from the keeper. Sefton could have gone to the half-time 0-3, but the post repelled a powerful shot from Owen or Jay (need confirmation). Deeside started the 2nd half very aggressively, and it was only thanks to the defensive effort from Sefton that they only scored one of their multiple chances. However, shortly after their goal, Jorge finished a nice team play conducted by Dass/Bass reassuring the 2-goal difference for Sefton. When Deeside were desperate to score a goal that could give them some hope, Owen scored his second of the evening in another class shot from the edge of the D. The last 10 minutes of the game Sefton´s defence was outstanding, including some nice saves from the keeper. Final score 1-4 for Sefton after a thrilling hockey...

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