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Squad information


Lead Coach: Alex Rae
Manager: Nicky Le Bihan / nicky.lebihan@gmail.com / 07797723816
Assistant Manager: Gary Coutanche
Coaches (15/16 season):Michael Hunter, Andy Cotton, Richard Lumborg, Wayne Boschat.

a perfect season

Siam Cup Winners U15s 2014/15

Sussex League Divison Two Champions 2014/15

Sussex League Division Three Champions 2013/14

Unbeaten in league and cup - a clean sweep!!

3rd May (Sunday) end of season presentations

10:00 prompt.  We will be awarding Player of the Year (1st, 2nd & 3rd), most improved and sportsman.


Ball Boys

We have the honour of providing ball boys to all of the first team's home games.  Emails to dongardener39@gmail.com if you are interested. We have one league game and the Siam to go, let's have a good turn out!


2014/15 Results (SL = Sussex League; F - Friendly):


Crowborough (SL)

27-7  Win


Heathfield (SL)

22-12 Win


Crawley (SL)

26-10 Win


Hastings (F)

34-7   Win


Uckfield (SL)

17-3   Win


East Grinstead (SL)

12-5   Win


 Brighton (F)

41-17 Loss


 Edenbridge (SL)

64-5  Win


Easter Festival

 Hove RFC (1st

 Hove RFC (B)

 32-0  Win

 27-17 Win


Esater Festival

Hove RFC


 7-20   Loss

 7-26   Loss



 21-24 Loss


 Guernsey (Siam)

 22-5 Win



Latest News

Undefeated in the league Jersey U15s are champions of Sussex League Division Two with one game to play.


A perfect end to a perfect season!

Once again the Siam was an eagerly awaited fixture for our boys, especially as there was much to put right after last year's kerfuffle, which saw us lose 15-10.

We were well prepared - unbeaten in the league and some testing warm-up matches against Hove and Salisbury over Easter so us peaking at just the right time for the annual Siam challenge.

Conditions were sunny but there was a very strong wind (the St Peter's mistral), which Jersey elected to play into.

The usual format in the Siam is for us to let Guernsey take an early lead and then valiantly battle back.  At last we struck first with an outstanding try from Ollie Stockwell who used all his strength and determination to force the ball over the line.  Five minutes gone Jersey led 5-0.  The remainder of the half saw great endeavour by both sides, although the Jersey pack was outstanding and bossed the scrum.  A resilient and disciplined performance by Jersey kept Guernsey at bay and the half finished with just the one score separating the sides.

Jersey took full advantage of the following wind to put Guernsey under pressure. It was not long before Tom Coutanche ran in a great try to double the lead.  The introduction of the Jersey bench demonstrated our strength in depth and enabled us to pile on the pressure.  This was undoubtedly the turning point in the game.  The Guernsey line was put under increasing pressure.  A lovely dummy from Ben Henman saw him sneak through and place the ball under the posts which was duly converted by Mark Boarer.  The final score of the match fell to Will Le Heuze to give Jersey a convincing 22-5 victory. 

It was not only about the tries scored but more the absolute resolve of the team to never give in and play as a well drilled pack.  This was ably demonstrated when Mark Boarer, at full stretch, executed a perfect try saving tap tackle and Myles Holmes rampaging across the pitch to drag an opposing player into touch.

The match was well supported and a special thanks goes out to parents (old and new), to the rest of the squad that pitched up to cheer on their side and those that just came along to support their friends and the Academy - take a bow and a big Thank You!

At last we have put some air between us and Guernsey.  This squad is now in the very best of shape to take up the challenge of top flight rugby in league one.

Well done boys you made us all proud!

Many thanks as ever to our main sponsor Ora.

Jersey U15s Squad: Harrison Clarke, Fraser  George, Brodie Sutton, Alex Heyes, Alex Hill, Mark Boarer (captain), Myles Holmes, Nick Baker, Ed Jones, Ben Ward, Will Cawley, Ben Henman, Gregor Paton, Ryan Bisson, Sammy Buckley, Will Flemmer, Ollie Stockwell, Will Le Heuze, Zac Boudin, Tom Coutanche, Kieran Oakley and Cameron Campbell.



General information

Discipline: Team discipline is crucial to the overall success of any team endeavour. Not only do disciplined teams perform well on the field, but, if teams are able to maintain good discipline both on and off the field, the overall rugby experience is far more positive for all involved. Everybody takes responsibility for what happens.


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The club shop
opening times are:

Tuesday, Thursday & Friday
each week from 10am to 2pm.
MATCHDAY afternoons from 1pm to 5pm.

To have a look at some of the merchandise available to purchase, please click here.

For all other shop enquiries, please call 01534 746012 or email enquiries@jrfc.je

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