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  • AGM 2020 Minutes & AGM 2021 Agenda

    2020 AGM Minutes 2021 AGM Agenda AGM will be held at Minety RFC on Wednesday 30th June, 8pm

  • Minety Rugby Training Returns

    Rugby Training resumes Tuesday 30th March 2021 at 6.30pm at the Minety Playing Fields. Covid-19 Restrictions No scrums or mauls allowed, 25 mins of contact max Players should bring their own water bottles, sharing is not permitted Players to bring their own hand sanitizer No sharing of equipment Wash hands after inserting/removing mouth guard All players are requested to read the RFU guidelines; Pre-Training Changing facilities will not be available. Session Plan The session will approximately consist of; 10 minutes touch rugby followed by stretching 20 minutes fitness 20 minutes skills Team run through if numbers allow Touch game to finish Post-Training The club/bar will not be open, changing facilities/showers will not be available. Players to socially distance off the pitch in groups of not more than 6, hand sanitizing after every segment encourage.

  • Newsletter 23rd Feb 2021

    Its been nearly a year since our last game. The 1s beat Frome 2s 38-0 on 14th March 2020. Then the season was the first postponed and then ended. We were not allowed to train again until June, and that was limited to fitness training in groups of 6. The regulations were slowly eased throughout the summer and autumn allowing some limited contact training and touch rugby. Games were due to start again in December under altered laws with no mauls and scrums, but the current lockdown ended any chance of fixtures. Training is due to resume after 29th March and it is hoped that the season will start as normal in September. This will be the last season of 12 team leagues as a restructuring by the RFU is moving us to a 10 team league for the 2022-23 season. I understand that the new leagues will be based on location rather than county, so we should be playing games more locally. Good luck to 2 of our players who are leaving us (temporarily) to join the armed forces. Kieron Tillotsen is joining the RAF and Del Murray the army. We have been unable to get together much this season due to covid regulations, but have been running regular zoom socials, quizzes and even a murder mystery. Thanks to Dave Cooke, Sam Hughes and Duncan Simpson for organising. One event we did hold was the annual golf day at Oaksey Park Golf Club. A good time was had by all despite it being cut short by torrential rain. Well done to James Stuart for organising. The new website, designed by Duncan Simpson, is well worth a visit. It has lots of great content , including past match reports, club news, game video etc. 2021 marks the 50th anniversary of Minety Rugby Club. The committee has decided to postpone the celebration until summer 2022. We plan to hold the event on site in a marquee. A 50th anniversary tie is also being produced. John Butler has been hard at work at the club throughout. Our main project for this spring/summer is upgrading the floodlights on the main pitch. A work party will be required when covid restrictions/weather allows. The club AGM will be held on Wednesday June 30th. If we are unable to hold it at the club, it will be held on zoom. There is currently a form on the club website www.minetyrfc.com for those who wish to stand for the committee. The person standing, proposer and seconder must be a paid up member of the club and you are illegible to vote in the agm unless you are a paid up member. Unfortunately we have also seen the untimely passing of club stalwart Mark Wallington who will be sorely missed.

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  • Minety Rugby Club | Minety RFC | Minety

    Minety Minety Rugby Wiltshire Rugby Malmesbury Rugby Local Rugby Club Senior Rugby Wiltshire Junior Rugby Wiltshire contact minetyrfcwebmaster@gmail.com Welcome to Minety RFC We are delighted to be able to introduce you to Minety Rugby Football Club, rated as one of England’s top village rugby clubs by the RFU and home to over 200 members ranging from 5 year old minis through to 60 something veterans. Formed in 1971, Minety has built a reputation as the “friendly club”, one which “punches far beyond its weight”. Proudly Sponsored By Out of gallery Latest News Jun 28 AGM 2020 Minutes & AGM 2021 Agenda Mar 28 Minety Rugby Training Returns Feb 23 Newsletter 23rd Feb 2021 Latest Match Reports Sep 5, 2020 MTV Rewind Sep 5, 2020 Minety TV (MTV) Mar 15, 2020 Brilliant Minety Upcoming Events Sat, 24 Jul Minety Rugby Club British and Irish Lions vs South Africa (Test 1) from Cape Town 4 years in the making, the best of the home nations take on the reigning world champions. British and Irish Lions vs South Africa, live from Cape Town. RSVP Sat, 31 Jul Minety Family BBQ Summer Social Summer social at MRFC for all the family to enjoy! RSVP Sat, 31 Jul Minety Rugby Club British and Irish Lions vs South Africa (Test 2) from Johannesburg The second test, the best of the home nations take on the reigning world champions. British and Irish Lions vs South Africa, live from Johannesburg. RSVP Sat, 07 Aug Minety Rugby Club British and Irish Lions vs South Africa (Test 3) from Johannesburg The Final Test. The last time we'll see the lions for another 4 years and a last opportunity to see this group of players take on the world champions. British and Irish Lions vs South Africa, live from Johannesburg. RSVP Minety Juniors & Minis We have a thriving juniors and minis section with teams from Under 6 to Under 15's ​ Focused on fun, rugby is an ideal team building sport for children of all ages! Visit Juniors Website The 'Minety Mini's' have been selected for the Co-Op local communities fund! Until December 2021, your shop can help raise money for an "experience day" at a local Premiership rugby club. Support the Juniors

  • Contact | Minety RFC

    Contact Minety RFC Please select Seniors or Juniors to direct your contact appropriately Seniors Juniors & Mini's Contact Minety RFC Seniors Submit Thank You Contact Minety RFC Juniors & Minis Submit Thank You

  • Membership | Minety RFC

    Types of Membership Download Membership Document Membership Benefits ​ All Members: Right to apply for International Tickets Discounted Bar Prices Discounted Rates on Club Merchandise and Events Voting Rights and the Right to Stand for Office Priority over Non-Members for Club Organised Socials Playing Members: All benefits listed above Free Access to Sports Therapist at Matches and Training Sessions Free Access to Specialist Training Equipment Individual Training Program and Player Performance Profiling upon Request Post-Match Food Player Insurance Subsidised Coaching and/or Refereeing Courses Access to 12 Month Playing Program Including Summer Touch Rugby Senior Playing £120 No Match Fees Occasional Playing/Social Member £48 £5 Match Fees Student - Living at Home £48 No Match Fees Student - Living Away £24 No Match Fees Process for Requesting Playing Membership Payment Download Playing Membership - Request for Payment Process Playing membership to Minety RFC runs from the 1st of July till the 30th of June, full playing membership is £120, generally by £10/month standing order – see appendix A for full details. Players are responsible for setting up payment, any queries should be raised immediately with the club treasurer. New playing members will have a grace period, being “preseason”, if joining the club before the start of a new season. Preseason will end on the 1st of September; membership payment should be in place by this date. New playing members joining after the start of the season will have a grace period of 2 weeks, after which membership payment is required. During the grace period a player cannot play for the 1st XV in a league fixture. Any player with financial hardship can approach the committee in full confidence, so that the committee can agree a financial agreement with the player at their discretion. If a player is not paying or stops paying membership, the committee will follow the ‘Request for Playing Membership Process’ outlined in appendix B. Membership covers all club benefits for example, physio and sports therapy, therefore no exception will be made for injured players. Full membership details – reference appendix A. For any extenuating circumstances players must discuss membership payments in full confidence with the committee. Any arrears in membership payment must be settled before full playing and club benefits are restored, including eligibility for match day selection Club and Committee positions can only be held by paid-up members. Some committee positions including, but not limited to, Chairman and Treasurer require members to have two years paid membership prior to taking the position. AGM Votes can only be cast by registered, paid-up members. ​ Appendix B: Process for requesting membership payment from a player The following two-part request protocol is to be used to request membership payment/debt from a player. Ineligibility for match day selection, removal from training and removal of membership benefits will be strictly enforced. Head Coach and Club Captain are responsible for ensuring this enforcement in match day selection with the full support of the committee. ​ The treasurer is responsible for reporting non-paying players or cancelled memberships to the committee. On being informed of a non-paying player, the committee are to assign responsibility for the request protocol to a committee member, generally this will be the Club Captain. At all stages, the player will be given the opportunity to agree financial hardship in full confidence with the committee. Should the players financial hardship change, they are responsible for informing the committee and paying future membership in full. ​ Request 1 The player will be asked at the earliest opportunity, in person, by the assigned committee member to pay membership and any outstanding debt. The player will be given a paper copy of this protocol and details for settling payment/setting up standing order – see appendix A. This request will be officially recorded, Head Coach and Club Captain will be notified. ​ The player will be allowed to train, use club facilities and MPFA benefits between requests 1 and 2. The player will not be eligible for match day selection until payment is resolved. ​ The player will be given the opportunity to discuss any financial hardship in full confidence with the committee. The player will have one week from request 1 to settle payment or approach the committee with financial hardship. It is the players responsibility to ensure receipt of any payment with the club treasurer. ​ Request 2 Should payment not be settled after 1 week following request 1, the player will be asked for a second and final time by the assigned committee member to resolve payment or agree financial hardship with the committee. This request will be officially recorded. ​ At this stage, the player will have all membership benefits removed; will not be able to train, use the club facilities, receive club benefits or be eligible for match day selection until payment is resolved or agreed financial hardship with the committee. The Head Coach and Club Captain will be notified. The MPFA representative will be informed and any MPFA benefits will be withheld. ​ If the player is to attend training, make use of club facilities or seek MPFA benefits, the Club Captain or Vice-Captain is responsible for their removal.

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