The West of England champions and Harry Jepson Trophy winners will be holding a trial day for prospective players on Sunday 2 December as preparations for next season begin to take shape.
The event takes place at the All Golds’ HQ at St Peter’s High School in Gloucester. Further details of how to register can be found by contacting the All Golds at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The 2019 season will be a busy one for the All Golds as there is an appearance in the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup to look forward to in January. Added to that, the club has applied for a place in the proposed Southern Premier League competition. This would entail a longer season and the All Golds are setting out on the hunt for players interested in joining them to expand the squad that did so well in the summer.
All Golds Director Lionel Hurst said: “After an unbeaten summer with two title triumphs, the club is keen to add further depth and quality to the squad. “We are especially seeking players who are brave, tough and athletic.”
He added that anyone and everyone is welcome: “Previous experience in the 13-a-side game, though beneficial, is not essential.”
As winners of the Harry Jepson Trophy, the All Golds earned a place in the 2019 Ladbrokes Challenge Cup.
The RFL say that the new competition would aim to provide playing opportunities that pit the best clubs from the southern regional leagues against each other on a weekly basis and that it would provide a more intense and a longer playing season for those players who wish to play at a higher level.
The All Golds are also looking ahead to the future with schools’ events planned in for next year and the possibility of selecting an Under-14 squad to play some friendly games.
Friday 10 May sees the return of the 1908 Cup with competitions for boys at Years 7 and 9, while girls in year 7 can take part in the Golden Fern Cup.
On Monday 1July the primary schools’ festival will also take place at St Peter’s High School.
For further information please visit www.allgoldsrugby.co.uk