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Woodbridge Rugby Club U7 – U12 Rugby Festival - 50 years of rugby


OVER 70 teams from 11 clubs across East Anglia attended the eleventh Woodbridge Rugby Club U7-U12 Rugby Festival at the Club’s grounds on Sunday 6th October. Now a regular fixture for local junior teams Woodbridge Rugby Club, home of the Woodbridge Warriors and


Amazons senior men’s


and women’s teams, made maximum use of its Bromeswell pitches as games continued from 10.30am until 3.30pm. The heavy rain throughout the day, did not dampen the spirits of over 300 children from youth squads as young as 6 years of age came from Chelmsford, Bury St Edmunds, Ipswich YM, Southwold, Ipswich, Stowmarket, Colchester, Felixstowe, West Mersea and Woodbridge to play under the RFU’s Age Grade Regulations. The


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Woodbridge School. Stephen Wilding, Junior Chairman commented, “I would like to thank our sponsors Woodbridge School and volunteers Oliver Johnson head of Mini rugby Claire Cole Junior section


VP,


Garry Sykes for the fantastic pitches, Woodbridge Medical Services, Roger


Aston and


our catering staff and all the coaches, marshals, parents and supporters of WRUFC who have helped. I was approached by half a dozen Coaches from the other clubs to thank us for a fantastic festival. Given the weather conditions, everyone still had an amazing day.” Rob Simpson, Chairman of Woodbridge Rugby Club added, “We are thrilled our eleventh U7-U12 Rugby Festival has been so well supported yet again. Players from 7-12 attended from a wide range of clubs across East Anglia and the Woodbridge Rugby Club Committee is very proud to be providing this opportunity


to play Festival rugby for children who are starting their rugby journeys. I join Steve in thanking all the coaches and parents who made the trip to Woodbridge, the players who played with such spirit and in particular to the long list of volunteers at Woodbridge who helped to organise and run such a thoroughly enjoyable event.” Woodbridge Rugby Club has an extensive Youth section with a growing membership of some 350 boys and girls – a record in the area. Its successful appeal to youngsters comes not only from the growing appeal of the game but also from its full schedule of fixtures and other events organised by a tireless group of parents and RFU qualified and CRB-checked coaches.


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AS autumn moves towards winter, the Friends of Woodbridge Library are producing two heart-warming entertainments in preparation for Christmas. The first is a light-hearted evening of poems, parodies and literary laughs called Wordplay. Prepared especially for this performance by well-known local poet Sylvia Fairley, the programme will include poems, prose and a couple of duologues from a range of authors. Sylvia will be accompanied as readers by


Terry Sheppey and Clare


Hawes and a musical touch will be added by pianist Val Shelley. Sylvia and


Terry are


well known to Woodbridge audiences as the librettists of The King's River pageant. Most of Sylvia's poems in the programme have been published as prize-winning entries in magazines such as the New Statesman and the Spectator. Clare Hawes is a professional actor with a


special interest in role play. The entertainment will be on Saturday 9th November at 7.30pm. Tickets cost £7 (which includes an interval drink) and are available from the Library or by phoning 01394 330855. One month later, as a special pre-Christmas feature, actor James Hornsby will make his third visit to Woodbridge for a one-man performance of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol. This well-known story of Ebenezer Scrooge, the Cratchit family and of course the ghosts never fails to delight and James - dressed as Dickens - will bring to life the whole array of different characters. A Christmas Carol is at


the


Library on Saturday 6th December at 7.30pm. Tickets cost £10 including an interval drink and mince pie and are available at the Library counter or by phoning 01394 330855.


Melton Bowls Club


THE final event of Melton Bowls Club outdoor season, the invitation Greenkeeper Triples Tournament, was won this year by Don Baldock assisted by Gloria and Marty Milbourne. They finished ahead of the all lady team of Lyn Keeley, Annette Calver and Daphne Clamp, the triple led by D Kersey finished in third place. The tournament sponsored by the Club's greenkeeper Peter Moyse, attracted a full entry of 72 bowlers and was played in excellent weather on a very fast green, until rain brought the event to a premature close, reducing the tournament to three games


for each team, in place of the scheduled four.


Despite the reduced nature of the tournament, only two teams out of the 24 entered managed


to win all their


games. Lyn Keeley's triple won all their games in section one, carding an excellent total of 37 points out of a possible 45. However, Don Baldock's team did even better in section two and finished with a superb 40 points to win the trophy. After the games were completed, the tournament sponsor, Peter Moyes presented the winners trophy and prizes to the first, second and third placed triples.


Peter Moyes, the sponsor of Melton Bowls Club's Greenkeeper


Tournament presenting the winners trophy to Don Baldock with team mates Gloria and Marty Milbourne. Photograph provided by Ian Harvie.


12+Arts Group


12+Arts' is a group of exciting artists who will be having a pop-up Christmas Show at the stunning Grundisburgh House Gallery, Grundisburgh, in early December.


There will be an fantastic range of work on display and for sale including paintings and drawings, printmaking, ceramics, sculptures, fabrics, bespoke furniture, cards and not forgetting books by a local author and much more; in fact it is the perfect place to do some last minute Christmas shopping!


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