On Saturday, 28th May, the Premiership Final between Saracens and Exeter will be on at the club, 3pm kick off. The club will be open from 2.45.This is followed by the Pro12 final between Leinster & Connacht at 6.30pm.
On Sunday there is the England v Wales 'pre tour' International @ Twickenham, kick off 3pm. Would you believe this is the first Twickenham international that the club has not sold any tickets for!
Our revised Summer Opening hours are on the web site. Monday, 6 till 8: Tuesday closed, Wednesday, 6 till 11, Thursday closed. Friday 6 till 11: Saturday, 5 till 11 (earlier if rugby is on); Sunday 12 till 4 (this will be reviewed if club is not being used) All of England's Internationals with Australia will be shown at the club - 11th June, 18th June & 25th June @ 11am). The England U20 World Cup games and other tour games will also be shown if on during normal opening hours.
On Saturday 25th June there is a NatWest workforce day and we ask that you consider giving up some time to help out on a number of tasks around the main clubhouse. Full info is available at
NATWEST WORKFORCE INFO
Can I remind you all that applications for some of the Autumn Internationals (v Fiji, v Argentina) and Australia v Argentina are now open and details are posted at the club and on the News section of the web site. These have a superb offer on Junior tickets. Ticket applications for the other Autumn Internationals (South Africa & Australia) will be out soon.
The Club AGM is on 29th June @ 8pm. This is for the whole club and it would be good if you could attend. The formal Notice has been issued and is included on the News section of the web site.
Adam Turner advises me that there is a lot of 'lost property' in the top changing room (next to the 1st team changing room), which has accumulated throughout the season.If you think you are missing anything (such as your Warwickshire jacket, Joe Ballinger!!), then can you please collect by end of June. After that, everything goes to the Charity shop.
The KRFC Member's Survey has had a very good response. If you have not yet completed it then it is still still open and available on the web site. The club would really like to hear your opinion on a number of things, good, bad or ugly.
Touch Rugby is carrying on through the summer and this is at the Cowpatch from 7pm on a Wednesday.
You will be glad to know that Andy Honess completed his cycle ride from Kenilworth to the Mediterranean and Rod Jones did the London Marathon. Well done to them both and it is still not too late to donate to them!