Drybrook RFC awarded accreditation status
The Rugby Football Union recently launched a new Club Accreditation scheme to help all rugby clubs in England become stronger, more effective, more efficient and more enjoyable places to play rugby.
Among the first clubs to be awarded accreditation status was Drybrook RFC, earning advantages like the Sport England Clubmark recognising the excellence of their mini and youth section together with increased status and credibility with local authorities, educational establishments and potential sponsors.
Accreditation was awarded at Twickenham Stadium as part of the Daily Mail Schools Day,
when Chairman of the Board of Directors Paul Murphy presented a plaque for the Drybrook clubhouse. Drybrook Chairman Paul Mason said, “Drybrook RFC is a club at the heart
of our community and with a home Rugby World Cup in 2015 we expect to attract even more members. This is a great time for our sport and it’s a great accolade for us to be awarded Club Accreditation.
We had a great day at Twickenham and will continue to welcome everyone to Drybrook RFC, where we can guarantee they will have a marvellous time and make lots of new friends.
Whether playing rugby, helping out as volunteers or simply coming along to watch the games everyone is welcome and they can see from the plaque on the wall that we are right up there with the best!”