New £10m multi-sports facility hub could come to Osterley

New £10m multi-sports facility hub could come to Osterley

Hounslow council submits plans for a multi-million pound sports facility with hopes to ‘nurture links with local schools’

  • 15:11, 10 OCT 2016
  • Updated 15:13, 10 OCT 2016

Plans in Hounslow for a new £10 million grass roots sports facility have been submitted by Hounslow council.

The proposals would see the Grasshoppers Rugby Football Club (RFC) on MacFarlane Lane relocated to the Conquest Club sports ground (also known as the old Pyrene sports club) to nearby Syon Lane in Osterley .

To sweeten the deal of being moved to a smaller location, plans include an improved outdoor sports facility with a new clubhouse and six floodlit pitches, as well as spruced up changing rooms, a physiotherapy studio, gym, meeting rooms, offices, a club shop and floodlighting for night time use of the pitches.

While it lies on the same grounds as proposed new free school Nishkam School West London , meaning a shared use of the site, the project also looks to build better links with local schools in the area.

Design and construction consultancy Pick Everard have been appointed by the council to deliver the new sports facility project.

Allan Cowie, regional director at Pick Everard, said: “These proposed new facilities will provide Grasshoppers RFC the opportunity to strengthen and grow their current rugby and netball specialisms.

“The planning process to date has been challenging due to the shared use of the site with a proposed new free school but we are excited to be working on this leisure project for Hounslow Borough Council through our framework with them.”

The new and improved facilities hope to provide young people in the borough better access to rugby, football and netball, with three new floodlit rugby pitches and three floodlit netball pitches.

There will also be 150 car parking spaces and 16 cycle spaces built as part of the project.

In addition the club will be open for community groups use and more schools.

However, the sports ground is on Metropolitan Open Land (MOL) which gives it a similar status to Greenbelt land and must be protected as a large open space.

John Sharp, design director for Pick Everard, added: “We hope the project will further nurture the rugby club’s links with local schools, including Ashton House, Isleworth & Syon School and Gunnersbury Boys School and develop sports provision in the area.”

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Welcome to Grasshoppers Mini Rugby Section

Our Mini section started in 2003 and is the start of the Grasshoppers rugby journey, where we teach children about teamwork, the virtues of hard work, dedication and determination. Most importantly we teach them to enjoy playing so they have a positive experience of rugby.

Our teams range from our Knee Highs (3+), U7s, U8s, U9s, U10s, U11s and U12s and play in games, traingulars and festivals throughout the season. Our Mini’s train and play on Sunday mornings from 9.30am until 11am.

All our Mini coaches, managers and volunteers are DBS checked and our coaches have a minimum Rugby Ready/Level 1 coaching qualification as well as having referee experience. The Club adheres to the RFU rules on Safeguarding Children and Vulnerable Adults. All members of the Mini section abide by the Club’s Code of Conduct.

Grasshoppers are participating in the RFU Old Mutual Wealth Kids First Rugby, a new approach to the way the game is played at rugby clubs across England which puts the child at the centre, moving on at the child’s own pace and development so that more children experience success.

All children playing rugby will require rugby boots, socks, black shorts and Grasshoppers rugby shirt, mouth guard and water bottle. All these are available from the Club shop. Boots with safety studs should be certified to World Rugby regulations although trainers or moulded boots may be acceptable in warmer/dryer weather. During the winter months, players are encouraged to wear layers, so they can discard items as they warm up. All players should bring with them a clean set of clothes to change into after training or matches before entering the clubhouse.

For further information on our Mini Rugby Section and how to get involved, contact Declan McKeever, Chair of Mini Rugby via email or call 07950 953 649.

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U6 to U11 (BOYS & GIRLS) – Early & Late Summer 2019

Grasshoppers Rugby Club, Isleworth/Osterley

Venue: Grasshoppers Rugby Club, Syon Lane, Isleworth, TW7 5PN, London

Early Summer Camp (3 day camp) Dates: Monday 29th of July, Tuesday 30th of July, Wednesday 31st of July

Late Summer Camp (2 day camp) Dates: Tuesday 27th of August, Wednesday 28th of August

Times: 9:30 (drop off) to 15:30 (pick-up)

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U15s win Tournament and come 2nd too!

Sunday 12th October 2008

Maids U15s 135pts, Rest of the World 10pts

With 52 boys in this age group, Maids’ U15 coaches chose to field two mixed teams rather than A and B sides in this year’s edition of England’s premier youth tournament at Braywick on Sunday 12 th October. That decision was handsomely vindicated as both sides finished undefeated in first and second places in their league. The Bulls beat all their visiting opponents, scoring 70 unanswered points. The Stags’ return was almost as good: 65 points for and only 10 against in two wins and a draw. Perhaps inevitably, the two teams fought out a 10-10 draw when they played each other.

Highlights of the day, which started foggy but burst into glorious sunshine, included the devastating running of Sam Maguire (4 tries, including one 4-touch football dribble), Daniel Andrews-Jones and Michael Anderson (3 tries each, all from around halfway) and a sublime restart catch, run and offload by Leo Smith to put Calum O’Flaherty in for a score. (The fact that O’Flaherty, supposedly a tight forward, was there to take the pass is testament to his tireless lung-busting effort and presumably explains his “Duracell Bunny” nickname.) Several shuddering tackles by Lawrence McSwan (you really know it when you have been “McSwanned”) and one huge hit by Markus Olivier stood out, as did two juggling tricks by Daniel Shipton – one to score a try and one to make one – as well as a brave dive at the feet of attacking opponents by the same player. Alex McCulloch scored three tries in an irresistibly athletic performance. Chris Dow scored twice in his usual fashion – magically appearing out of rucks and mauls with the ball and sprinting away while everyone else is still standing still.

Visitors Reeds RFC from Weybridge, Farnham RFC and Grasshoppers RFC from Osterley should have been joined by Pentyrch from South Wales but the latter were absent due to a bizarre misunderstanding about how old their children are. Only Reeds were able to resist the talented Maids teams, drawing with the Stags and losing narrowly to the victorious Bulls. The whole tournament was played in excellent spirit amongst players and an enthusiastic grandstand of spectators.

The full table of results:

Selection for a Maidenhead U15 1 st XV Berkshire League side will be a nightmare this year. There is strong competition in every position.

This is the first time most of these players have had the 1 st team pitch as their stage; for many of them, it will not be the last.

Detailed match reports

Maidenhead Bulls 25pts vs Grasshoppers 0pts

The first game of the day started in a fog thick enough to obscure one s >E d Kaye after a devastating diagonal burst by Daniel AJ.

Maidenhead Stags 25pts Vs Farnham 5pts

The Stags started more slowly than the Bulls had. The first few minutes of the match were untidy, with both teams dropping the ball and showing little organisation. The Stags woke up first, tapping a penalty and spinning the ball left down a steep attacking line for Lawrence McSwan to run in a regulation try in the No.13 channel with support outside had he needed it. Farnham just had not woken up. Strangely the roles were then quickly reversed with the Stags failing to deal with an innocuous kick ahead leading to Daniel Shipton being isolated 2 metres from his own line with a bouncing ball and three attackers in front of him. Bravely he dived at their feet and received a (purely accidental) kick in the head for his trouble. Forced to release the ball, he could not prevent Farnham levelling the score. That would be the visitors’ last hurrah, however. Two minutes later a great run by Dhruv Surya down the right wing fixed the defence there and smart passing gave Tom Eckles the chance to ignore a 3 man overlap and score himself on the left. The Stags put their training into practice and a series of rucks and drives led to a 5m scrum form which Seb Coric barged over in regulation No.8 style. Moments later Coric went on a rampage from a tapped penalty and offloaded to Alex McCulloch who sprinted away to score, most of the defence still clinging to Coric as he did so. For the last few minutes, Farnham defended resolutely but the relentless pressure eventually told and a dropped pass near their line was snaffled by Daniel Shipton who sneaked over in the corner for a well-deserved try.

Reeds 15pts Vs Grasshoppers 5pts

Maidenhead Bulls 10pts Vs Maidenhead Stags 10pts

The much anticipated clash between two evenly matched home teams started with a sucker punch. Bulls’ kickoff did not go 10m and Stag Dhruv Surya picked up the loose ball and raced past the confused defence who were expecting a whistle. 5-0 in the first 10 seconds. Scrappy to and fro ensued, each side perhaps knowing the other too well. Just before halftime the Stags scored again through Mike Winter from short range. The turnaround and various substitutions seemed to change the course of the match and Mike Trevena crashed over after the Stags’ defence was stretched by a Maguire break. Finally Michael Anderson was given too much space on the left wing and sped away to level the scores for the Bulls. 10-10 was a fair result although many spectators were hoping for more fireworks and for a more sustained opportunity to measure a few crucial one-to-ones amongst contenders for the eventual League 1 st XV. Pity the poor coaches who have those decisions to make.

Reeds 5pts Vs Farnham 0pts

Maidenhead Stags 35pts Vs Grasshoppers 0pts

Grasshoppers were weakened by injuries by now and, with too few substitutes, borrowed Maids’ Surya. It was not enough. The match was memorable for rampaging runs by Alex Mcculloch who scored two tries and made one for Will Thompson, a juggling act (behind the back) by Shipton to score and two poacher’s tries from Chris Dow, who twice appeared as if by magic to run away from mauls while the others involved continued to fight for the long gone rugby ball. Fraser Brooks also ghosted to the line with an extravagant show and go.

Maidenhead Bulls 40pts Vs Farnham 0pts

The widest margin of the day did not flatter the Bulls, who were simply irresistible against the visitors. In the first minute, Markus Olivier battered his way to the line only to be held up. From the ensuing 5m scrum and two or three rumbling offloads, Ben Scolari crashed over for a popular try. There would be no respite. Leo Smith caught the restart under pressure from two chasers, and powered away down the right wing. Hunted down by the cover, he stepped inside 7m out and popped out a scoring pass to Calum O’Flaherty who shrugged off two tacklers to score under the posts. What was O’Flaherty doing there? Isn’t he a front row forward? Farnham held out until half time but the floodgates opened thereafter. Maguire caught the kickoff on his 22 and simply ran back though and past the chase to score untouched. Two minutes later, Daniel AJ scored after a 50 metre interpassing move by Sam Balfour, Duncan Jones and LD Basson down the left wing. A set move with two decoy runners in the centre then gave Maguire a gap to aim at and he left the fullback standing to score again. Michael Anderson showed his pace again taking the outside route and then Fred Reid showed a clean pair of heels to the opponents’ wings and fullback (sorry, isn’t he a lock forward?). In the last moments of the game, Olivier brutally broke through several tackles from his 22 up to halfway and offloaded to Andrews-Jones who ran away to make the score 40-0.

Maidenhead Stags 5pts Vs Reeds 5pts

The Stags were disappointed to draw with a try disallowed after Seb Coric was adjudged held up on the stroke of halftime. Reeds had opened the scoring with a runaway try down the right wing from the first kickoff and the Coric effort would have levelled at half time. No complaints were heard though, the Stags just got on with it. Eventually, Lawrence McSwan scored after another Shipton juggle and the match went down to the dying seconds. Stags elected to try to dropkick three points to break the deadlock but the kick was missed and the match drawn.

Grasshoppers 5pts Vs Farnham 10pts

Surya, Whitehead and Dow could not help the battered and exhausted Grasshoppers avoid the wooden spoon.

Maidenhead Bulls 5pts Vs Reeds 0pts

The league came down to the last game and there was still everything to play for. A win for Reeds would give them the trophy, with the Stags second and Bulls third. A Draw would give Bulls first place, Reeds second and Stags third. As it transpired, the narrowest possible win gave Ma > finishing a crisp and clinical passing move on the right wing. Good fast hands, accuracy and pace the story of the day.

Bulls squad:
Ed Kaye, Mark Hine, Calum Hull, Calum O’Flaherty (1 try), Dan Keir, Fred Reid (1 try), Kaya Baxter, Mike Trevena (1 try), Bryn Evans, Dom Bart (1 try), Sam Balfour (1 try), Ben Scolari (1 try), Rich, Alex Avery, LD Basson, James Hibberdine, Duncan Jones, Shiv Khindria, Leo Smith, Daniel Andrews-Jones (3 tries), Markus Olivier, Michael Anderson (3 tries), George Thomas, Sam Maguire (4 tries).

Stags squad:
Josh Edney, Jason Bates, Blake Nicol, Nic Jones, Alex McCulloch (3 tries), Tim Cronbach, Tom Allen, Jacob Sanders, Tyler Bello, Chris Dow (2 tries), Seb Coric (1 try), Iain Whiteford, Simon Crosbie, Mike Winter (1 try), Luke Thomas, Steve Carn, Will Thompson (1 try), Fraser Brooks (1 try), Laurence McSwan (2 tries), Dan Shipton (2 tries), Tom Eckles (1 try), Dhruv Surya (1 try), Niall Collins, Gareth Orwin, Greg McHugh, Scott Gillan.

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