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Boxing Day ~ Brothers v Vets

101226-brothers1Yes it's that time of year again!

As always the game will be played for The Beckett / Hillan Shield on Boxing Day (Monday 26th December 2016) with a 1.30pm KO as usual. In addition there will be an MOM for The Donny Hawker Memorial Award.

The meet time is from 12 noon but if you intend to play could you arrive by 12.45pm at the latest.

All players (whether members or not) are most welcome, as of course are all supporters!! Looking forward to a great day as always and to seeing you all.

Newer members of the Club might be interested in the background to this long established annual fixture in our diary, played every year since 1980.

Happy Christmas.
Richie Beckett. Chairman/President. Oxton Parkonians RUFC.

New Year's Eve

New Year's Eve at Old ParkoniansMembers and their guests are invited to celebrate New Year's Eve in style at the Club.

Tickets are priced at £20.00 per person for a four course dinner, including wine, or at £7.50 for the after dinner party.

Doors open at 7:00pm, with dinner at 7:30pm and at 9:00pm for non-diners. The evening includes music and features Neil Griffiths from The Christians.

Tickets are available from Chris Hall at the Bar.

Based in Oxton in Birkenhead on the Wirral Peninsula in the North West of the UK, the Association runs cricket and rugby clubs from its Clubhouse in Holm Lane, Oxton, based at the HM Curphey Memorial Ground.

For further information on the Cricket Club and Rugby Club, including fixtures, results and player honours, please use the links above

The Association welcomes enquiries from anyone interested in starting to play cricket or rugby, as well as from existing players of all standards and levels of experience who would like to join us. We have a thiving Junior Rugby section that covers Under 7s to Under 15s.

In either case, simply contact us for details of our teams, facilities and membership. Whether you live locally in Birkenhead or Wirral, or further afield, we'd be pleased to hear from you.

Although Rugby and Cricket are played at different times of the year, training for both sports continues through the close seasons. If you're thinking of getting involved for the first time, why not try some out of season training?