Blyth RFC win Club of the Month

Monday 28 February 2022 Written by: Adam

Blyth RFC have been recognised for engaging in community activity and regularly being a part of match-day experiences.

This week, Blyth RFC hosted over 40 children at our February half-term coaching camp, helping create special memories for each participant.

Last week, Blyth RFC Under-13 Girls showed their support to Newcastle Falcons, forming the guard of honour as players ran onto the pitch to take on Exeter Chiefs.

Blyth RFC are regular participants at match-day festivals, attending Girls U13, U7, U8 & U9s events, helping our community team grow the sport at the grassroots level.

Our Club Connections programme aims to make our community club stronger, by supporting elements both on and off the pitch.

Club Connections is powered by Fusion for Business (FFB), committed to helping sports clubs become more energy efficient through a range of costs and carbon savings. These savings can create a new recurring revenue stream, boosting the longevity of grassroots sports for our next generation and beyond.

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