THURROCK welcomed Cobham to Oakfield with a buoyant VP Lunch pre-match the game was set to be a good spectacle.
THE 1st XV dedicated this match to former club stalwart Martin Fahey who sadly lost his fight with cancer a few days before the game, it ended in a fitting tribute as Thurrock produced their best performance of the season despite giving away far too many penalties keeping the opponents in the game
THURROCK suffered their second consecutive defeat on the road in what become a very frustrating afternoon with an unprecedented penalty count against the visitors which was the difference
RUGBY sometimes can be a hard game to get your justified rewards as Brighton landed 2 late converted tries to secure victory when a moment of unsporting like behaviour went un-punished.
THURROCK came from behind to record their third consecutive league win in front of a healthy crowd boosted by by the first VP’s lunch of the season.
THURROCK just failed to get across the line in this hard fought game as the visors edged the game in a 10 minute spell late in the second half when 2 converted tries while Thurrock were down to 14 men changed the game.
IN front of a huge Oakfield crowd Thurrock T-Birds entertained Trojans. Thurrock, the only remaining undefeated side in Championship South coming off their best performance battled a physically strong Trojans side.
THE weather was a real factor in this hard earned win on Saturday against old foes Havant. It was the visitors who were on the front foot from the kick off
REFEREES are important to games but when the inconsistency proves to be the difference its hard pill to swallow. Two decisions just before half time changed the game and no doubt the outcome of the game.
THURROCK were in a confident mood as they travelled to Southampton but arrived late due to accidents on M3 however this setback did not seem to affect them as they put the home side under pressure
THURROCK entertained Westcombe Park for the first home league game of the season, in front of a large crowd full of expectation.
THE start of the 2018-19 season sees Thames RFC newly promoted to Essex 1 after only their 2nd year reformed. Under no illusions of what the season holds for them Thames are looking to keep the building programme
Rugby: Harlow 5 v 50 Thurrock A VERY healthy crowd saw Harlow enjoy a good workout against a Thurrock side who play a league above the Rams. All the squad members were able to take part in a match divided into four quarters in an intense session on Thursday night at Latton Park.
THE AmD with AutoAid/RCIB Insurance Racing team will hope to break back into the top ten this weekend when the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship heads for Oulton Park for round four.
THURROCK failed in their quest to get a much needed point against league champions CS Rugby who confirmed their league triumph with this win.
ON a pitch that might have done well as a bog snorkelling venue, it never stopped raining throughout this game, never particularly hard, just a constant drip drip. However, that didn’t phase the T-Birds. Needing just a point of any sort to secure a 4th title in the last 5 Championship Seasons, the T-Birds, with […]
THE game finally went ahead at third attempt after it fell to the snow the previous twice.
A difficult week for selection with so many players working or injured Thames travelled to Chelmsford with 17 players however their hosts were also struggling for players due to a club day out at the Premiership game between Saracens and Harlequins. Two previous games between the sides had produced two of the best most competitive […]
THURROCK were always dominant with an early Ben Stanley try to help settle the Thurrock nerves with Jake Barrand adding the conversion
EXPECTATIONS have built during the season as Thames have gone from strength to strength, so it was never on the players’ minds that once getting into the final of the John Adler Cup that they wouldn’t perform to their best. The club sponsors made it possible to take the squad and supporters to the game by bus and the atmosphere on the way up w
ANOTHER bad day at the office saw Thurrock under perform on the road yet again. Maidstone are below Thurrock but showed great spirit and the visitors inept performance and the ability to give away 20 plus penalties and 2 yellow cards would never help their cause.
AS one of only four sides who have ever beaten the T-Birds during six seasons in Championship One, there is always a bit of spice in a game against Hove, even more so having lost at their place this season.
THE first half saw Thames dominate their hosts, in every area of the pitch. Despite Thames dominance it was Manor who scored first from a penalty kick. Thames answered back with two outstanding tries.
THE hail storm during the warm up set the tone for this vitally important game for the T-Birds. A win would see them unwind the stagger of the game in hand and go top of Championship South.