Cup Games

Due to Illogan Park withdrawing from the Cornwall Clubs Cup, Lankelly/Fowey have been promoted from the Plate to the Cup competition. As a result the Plate competition now consists of just three clubs, namely Roseland, Helston and St Agnes.
Therefore our fixture schedule has been reduced and revised is as follows :
Sat 23rd March – Helston (Away)
Sat 6th April – St Agnes (Home)

Roseland clinch vital win…..

Roseland  20 – Lankelly/Fowey  17

by Nick Sylvester

Welcome as always, Lankelly/Fowey were Roseland’s most recent visitors to Philleigh on a calm afternoon although the pitch was heavy after the recent rain.  The stakes were high as both clubs badly needed the league points in their respective quests to avoid potential relegation, so a close and competitive encounter was always on the cards.

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Roseland RFC Dinner and Dance 2019

Its coming round to that time of year again for our Annual Dinner and Dance.

This year it is being held at the Alverton Manor Truro on Friday 22nd February at 7:00 pm [Read more…]

Boxing Day

On Boxing day we have our annual friendly against Truro RFC. This year it is our turn to host Truro so we will be down at Philleigh.
12:30 PM kick off
Hope to see plenty of supporters there for a good Christmas knees up session

Roseland Rugby Tour 2019

Its coming round to that time of year when we are starting to think about next years tour

Roseland Rugby Tour 2019 will take place on the 15th-17th March 2019 in Cardiff

We are needing a £100 deposit by the 28th November

If you require any more information then please contact Andrew Stark on:07919 331001

If anyone would like to pay via online bank transfer then please contact Andrew Stark as he also has these details.

AGM and Your Chance to Join the Committee

This year AGM is on Tuesday 3rd July at 9pm in the Community Centre. (after training)

After last year’s AGM not everyone really understood what was going on – so this year we’re aiming to make sure that isn’t the case!

Why do we have an AGM?

The Annual General Meeting is the chance for the whole club to get together, wrap up the year that’s been, and decide how it wants to operate in the year to come.

Looking back we have reports from the Chairman, Treasurer, and the Club Captain.

Looking forward includes choosing the officers and committee who will run the club for the next 12 months, and then the open discussion section.

This is your chance to have a say in how the club is run, so please do come along.

New Rules

During the past 12 months we’ve been working on putting together a set of rules for the club (the current set are outdated, and don’t reflect current practice).

At the AGM, as a Club, we’ll be voting in these new rules.

You can have a read ahead of the AGM here. If you have any thoughts or questions Chris Thomas is your man (or fill in the contact us form and I’ll pass it onto him)

The aim of the new rules is to make it really clear how and why the club runs.

 

How to put yourself forward for the committee

We’re going to be running the nominations and election process as per the new rules.

What is the “committee”?

The committee is actually formed of 2 groups:

  • The Executive Committee:
    • President, Chairman, Vice-Chairman, Treasurer & Secretary (all of whom are elected at the AGM)
    • and the Club Captain (who is appointed by the General Committee)
  • The General Committee:
    • The Executive Committee
    • Club Coach, Fixture & League Secretary, CRFU Club Representative, Social Secretary, and up to 4 more members (preferably currently playing members) (the majority of whom are elected at the AGM)
    • Up to 5 co-opted individuals as selected by the General Committee – for example if we were building the changing rooms we’d co-opt the architect on, or a tour sub committee.

So…that all means that there are 12 elected committee members:

  • President – currently David Thomas
  • Chairman – currently Rich Cotterill
  • Vice-Chairman – currently Chris Thomas
  • Treasurer – currently Catherine Thomas
  • Secretary – currently Chloe Thomas
  • Fixture & League Secretary – currently Owen Rawlings
  • CRFU Club Representative – currently David Williams
  • Social Secretary – currently vacant
  • 4 members (ideally playing members)

That is several fewer committee members than we currently have.

How do the elections work?

Getting nominated – before the AGM – Deadline Thursday 28th June

Before the AGM all nominations for committee members must be made in writing by letter or email to the Secretary at least 5 days ahead of the AGM – so by Thursday 28th June.

A nomination must be ‘signed’ by the proposer and seconder after permission has been given by the nominee.

If you want to stand for a position on the committee then you need to:

  • Find 2 paid-up members of the club (players or VPs) who are happy to Propose and Second you for your chosen position.
  • Send a letter with all 3 of your signatures, or an email with all 3 of you cc’d to secretary@roselandrfc.com
  • The letter/email should read something like this:
    • “Nominating Jonny Wilkinson for the position of General Committee Member, proposed by Sam Betty, seconded by Martin Johnson”
  • Get it to me by Thursday 28th June

If you think someone would be a good fit for the committee, then do nominate them, BUT make sure they want to do it first!

We will be checking that everyone who has been nominated wants to do it, that everyone who is proposing and seconding wanted to as well, and that all of them are paid up members of the club.

The election – at the AGM

When we get to relevant part of the meeting the nominations will be confirmed.

If there is only one nomination for a position that person will be elected.

If there are multiple nominations for a position (or more than 4 nominations for general committee members) then a ballot will be held.

If there are no nominations for a position, the Chairman can ask the those at the meeting if anyone wishes to stand.

The Ballot Process – at the AGM

Each nominee will have a chance to speak to the meeting.

Following which the nominees will be asked to leave the room, and a vote will happen.

Each paid up member of the club who is at the AGM will have one vote.

 

 

 

End of Season Awards Night

On Saturday night Roseland RFC held their end of season awards night. Previously this is held at The Alverton in Truro however this year we done things differently.

It was held at The Roseland Inn at Philleigh (our usual clubhouse) and we took over the pub and had a sit down hog roast. The evening was very informal although everyone still dressed up. Everyone had a thoroughly good time, even the lads that had spent the day at Royal Cornwall Show sampling the beer tents.

Roseland celebrated what had been on the whole a successful season with a mid table finish. The club has retained ans recruited well over the season and coach Andy Day committed for at least another 5 years (according to Chairman Richard Cotterill).

There wasn’t an official speaker but Chairman Richard Cotterill, Coach Andy Day and Captains Andrew Stark and Anthony Thomas all said a few words thanking players, supporters and everyone connected to the club for there continued support and commitment.

The winners of the awards for the night were:

Tourist of the Year – Dan Wilkins

Top Try Scorer – Christian Bembow

Most Imoroved Played -Nick Johns

Supporters Player of the Year – Ed Llewellyn

Clubman of the Year – Andy Day

Players Player – Joe Davidson

For all current players and anybody interested in joining Roseland RFC preseason training starts at 7pm Tuesday 3rd July at Philleigh followed by the Clubs A.G.M.

Dinner Dance News

Unfortunately we’re having to cancel this year’s dinner dance (was due to be 11th May) as the Alverton have double booked us.

The good news is… instead we’re going to have an Awards Presentation Night at the Roseland Inn!

Full details haven’t yet been sorted out, so watch out for updates here by the end of the month.

In the meantime here’s the key info & get the date in your diary!

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Alternative post-match venue for Saturday’s home game

This Saturday (7th April) we will NOT be heading to the Roseland Inn after our home game.

The pub has been booked for a wake, so we’ve agreed to head elsewhere.

The lucky venue who will be hosting us on Saturday after match is The Punchbowl and Ladle in Penelewey  (so yes, you will need to cross on the King Harry Ferry!).

An obvious choice to visit one of our past players, landlord Graham Hill.

Hope to see you all there after the game.

The 100 Club – are you in? have you collected your badge?

In February we presented the first of the 100+ games pin badges.

But there are still many yet to be presented…

so if your name is below then please come along to a home game to collect your award.**

if your name isn’t below, and you think it should – let us know via the contact us page

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