I am pleased to announce that in May, at the AGM of the Liverpool and District Referees Society, we won the much coveted award as the Most Hospitable Club Of The Year for the season 2018-19. This is given to the club which looks after referees the best before, during and after matches. This is a fantastic accolade for the Club, in what was a very testing season for us on the pitch! It is a testament to the hard work of the several Committee members involved in this. So well done everyone!!
Pre-season has now started with training/coaching sessions taking place on Wednesdays at 7pm and on Saturdays at 1.15pm. We are delighted to welcome back Duncan Meehan as Head Coach.
Mike Byrne continues as Club / 1st Team captain and Martyn Sharkey continues to lead the 2nds. 1st team league fixtures are available on the RFU Nortth website and the 2nd team fixtures are on the NOWIRUL website and both will be uploaded to our own website before the season commences.
Looking forward to seeing you all very shortly. Best regards,
President, Oxton Parkonians RUFC.
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 thriving 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?