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Berkeley Fields in Greenford (now Tir Chonaill Gaels) was the home of Ealing Rugby Club from 1958 to 1999. During the recent lockdown the new ground at Vallis Way was shut so some of the […]
I joined Ealing by the usual processes of serendipity when I moved to The Smoke in 1978 . They were celebrating their 110th year of existence (never owned a ground, and almost as old as […]
We are excited that we are looking to return to rugby training and our season will start on Sunday 6th September. The Youth Section (U13 – U16s) will be training from 10am to noon, and […]
The Club was very saddened to hear that Ealing Trailfinders Vice President and Wanderers & Exiles player Steve Lee passed on Friday 21st August 2020. The Club extends its deepest condolences to Steve’s family. Ealing […]
Saturday 18th July marked a day for Ealing Trailfinders 1871 players to say thanks to the NHS for their continued support and work throughout these unprecedented times! The 1871 players came to the club (whilst […]
The Club was very saddened to hear that Ealing Trailfinders Academy and, more recently, Ealing Trailfinders 1871 player, Haseen Hashim passed on Monday 29th June. The Club extends it deepest condolences to Haseens's family.
Jack Snell‘s funeral is going to be held on the 6th of May at Breakspear crematorium. The family have decided not to stream the service however they have setup a justgiving page in Jack’s memory with the proceeds going to the Alzheimer’s research UK as Jack had been suffering from this condition for the past 10 years.
Don’t drop the ball !!
Sadly Jack Snell passed away at the weekend. He had been in a care home for some time and passed away peacefully in his sleep.
On Saturday 28th March 2020 Actonians were due to play Ealing in the memorial game for the “Bully” Cup. An annual game played in memory of club legend Richard Bull who sadly passed away following […]
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