1st XV

9th Sep 2017Effingham and LeatherheadHomel
16th Sep 2017Gosport and FarehamAwayl
23rd Sep 2017WinchesterHomel
30th Sep 2017Old ReigatianHomel
7th Oct 2017TwickenhamAwayl
14th Oct 2017WinchesterAwayc
21st Oct 2017KCS Old BoysHomel
28th Oct 2017Farnham RUFCAwayl
4th Nov 2017AndoverHomel
11th Nov 2017CamberleyAwayl
25th Nov 2017Old TonbridgiansHomel
9th Dec 2017London ExilesAwayl
16th Dec 2017Gosport and FarehamHomel
6th Jan 2018WinchesterAwayl
13th Jan 2018Old ReigatianAwayl
27th Jan 2018TwickenhamHomel
3rd Feb 2018KCS Old BoysAwayl
17th Feb 2018Farnham RUFCHomel
3rd Mar 2018AndoverAwayl
10th Mar 2018CamberleyHomel
24th Mar 2018Old TonbridgiansAwayl
7th Apr 2018London ExilesHomel
14th Apr 2018Effingham and LeatherheadAwayl

2nd XV

9th Sep 2017Basingstoke 2Homesl
16th Sep 2017Portsmouth 2Homesl
23rd Sep 2017Gosport and Fareham 2Awaysl
30th Sep 2017Tottonians 2Homesl
7th Oct 2017Winchester 2Awaysl
21st Oct 2017Andover 2Homesl
28th Oct 2017Trojans 2Awaysl
4th Nov 2017Portsmouth 2Awaysl
11th Nov 2017Gosport and Fareham 2Homesl
25th Nov 2017Tottonians 2Awaysl
9th Dec 2017Winchester 2Homesl
16th Dec 2017Andover 2Awaysl
6th Jan 2018Trojans 2Homesl
13th Jan 2018Basingstoke 2Awaysl

3rd XV

9th Sep 2017Farnborough 2Awaysl
16th Sep 2017Romsey 2Awaysl
23rd Sep 2017Tottonians 4Homesl
30th Sep 2017Lockheath Pumas 2Awaysl
7th Oct 2017Winchester 3Homesl
21st Oct 2017US Portsmouth 2Awaysl
28th Oct 2017Hook and OdihamHomesl
4th Nov 2017Isle of Wight 2Homesl
11th Nov 2017Portsmouth 4Awaysl
25th Nov 2017Fawley 2Homesl
9th Dec 2017Sandown and Shanklin 2Awaysl
16th Dec 2017Romsey 2Homesl
6th Jan 2018Tottonians 4Awaysl
13th Jan 2018Lockheath Pumas 2Homesl
20th Jan 2018Winchester 3Awaysl
27th Jan 2018US Portsmouth 2Homesl
3rd Feb 2018Hook and OdihamAwaysl
17th Feb 2018Isle of Wight 2Awaysl
3rd Mar 2018Portsmouth 4Homesl
24th Mar 2018Fawley 2Awaysl
7th Apr 2018Sandown and Shanklin 2Homesl
14th Apr 2018Farnborough 2Homesl

l League game, hb Hampshire Bowl game, f Friendly, jv RFU Junior Vase, mt Merit Table, c Cup game, sl Solent League game

First XV
First XV 2016/17

Second XV
Second XV 2016/17

Third XV
Third XV 2016/17

2016/17 season

Senior Coaching Team

Head Coach

Phil Osman

Assistant Coaches

Dave Cradock
Oonagh Knight
Christian Longhurst
Hugh Noonan

Strength and Conditioning Coach

Rob Sutherland

First XV Captain

Paul Fudio

Second XV Captain

Ian Scott

Third XV Captain

Gareth Jones

Fourth/Social XV Captain

Danny Roche


1st XV

22nd AprTrojans 1413 Eastleigh
8th AprEastleigh 59Bognor
1st AprEastleigh 21Millbrook
25th MarBasingstoke 031 Eastleigh
11th MarEastleigh 1314 Battersea Ironsides
4th MarOld Cranleighans 2637 Eastleigh
18th FebEastleigh 3613 Weybridge Vandals
11th FebFarnham RUFC 17Eastleigh
4th FebEastleigh 29Southampton University Hospitals
28th JanEastleigh 49US Portsmouth
14th JanOld Tiffinians 024 Eastleigh
7th JanTeddington 1438 Eastleigh
17th DecEastleigh 17Trojans
10th DecMillbrook 1217 Eastleigh
26th NovEastleigh 31Basingstoke
19th NovBattersea Ironsides 1819 Eastleigh
5th NovEastleigh 1810 Old Cranleighans
29th OctWeybridge Vandals 612 Eastleigh
22nd OctEastleigh 1917 Farnham RUFC
8th OctUS Portsmouth 1052 Eastleigh
1st OctEastleigh 14Old Tiffinians
24th SepEastleigh 29Teddington
17th SepTrojans 1725 Eastleigh
10th SepBognor 052 Eastleigh

Visit the official RFU site for a full list of results and the league table.

2nd XV

11th MarTottonians 3821 Eastleigh
4th MarEastleigh 745 Havant
18th FebEastleigh 3312 Portsmouth
21st JanSt Jacques  2733 Eastleigh
7th JanTottonians 4215 Eastleigh
17th DecEastleigh 37Andover (f)
10th DecHavant 42Eastleigh
3rd DecAndover 2039 Eastleigh
26th NovEastleigh 4117 Winchester
19th NovPortsmouth 061 Eastleigh
12th NovGosport & Fareham 810 Eastleigh
5th NovFareham Heathens 3217 Eastleigh (f)
5th NovEastleigh HWO St Jacques
8th OctWinchester 1210 Eastleigh
1st OctEastleigh 1929 Havant
24th SepEastleigh 33Gosport & Fareham
17th SepEastleigh 717 Tottonians
10th SepEastleigh 2214 Andover

3rd XV

8th AprEastleigh HWO Petersfield
1st AprWinchester 2112 Eastleigh
25th MarPetersfield 3043 Eastleigh
4th MarStoneham 2712 Eastleigh
18th FebEastleigh HWO Fawley
4th FebEastleigh 2715 Arlesford
28th JanFawley 5107 Eastleigh
21st JanEastleigh 518 Stoneham
7th JanEastleigh 710 Winchester
17th DecSandown & Shanklin 055 Eastleigh
10th DecEastleigh 38Farnborough
26th NovEastleigh 66Isle of Wight
19th NovEastleigh 3915 Romsey
12th NovEastleigh 3110 Portsmouth (f)
5th NovEastleigh 5117 Trojans (f)
5th NovEastleigh HWO Basingstoke
29th OctEastleigh 014 Portsmouth
15th OctRomsey 1036 Eastleigh
8th OctEastleigh HWO Sandown & Shanklin
1st OctFarnborough 4219 Eastleigh
24th SepPortsmouth 2117 Eastleigh
10th SepArlesford 9Eastleigh

Social XV

16th NovEastleigh 082 Fareham Heathens (f)
Played Won Draw Lost P.For P.Against
1st XV 22 20 0 2 620 205
2nd XV 14 9 0 5 359 252
3rd XV 21 12 0 9 502 267
Social XV 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Trojans RFC 14-13 Eastleigh

22nd Apr 2017

Eastleigh lost a thrilling Hampshire Bowl Final away at local rivals Trojans, missing out on silverware to accompany league promotion.

Eastleigh started strongly from the kick-off but were unable to put together any significant opportunities as the last pass was dropped, or snuffed out by dogged defence.

Trojans opened the scoring as a high kick was sent downfield. The bounce of the ball favoured the on rushing Trojans winger, who was able to gather and dot down to score. The extra 2 was converted to put the home side in the lead at 7-0.

Eastleigh were awarded a penalty for an infringement at the breakdown, and Captain Paul Fudio elected for the kick at goal. Phil Baldwin duly converted to get the visitors on the board at 7-3.

A great break downfield from James Boyce, following slick hands in the backline, pushed Eastleigh close to the Trojans' line. The ball was recycled quickly left and Cam Steele was able to run in unopposed to score in the corner. The conversion was missed, but Eastleigh were in the lead at 7-8.

Eastleigh secured the catch from the kick-off and made a neat break downfield, however the last pass was knocked on and with advantage being played, the Trojans players ran well at broken defence. Poor tackling gave the home side the opportunity they needed to power over to score their 2nd try. The conversion was scored to put the home side back in the lead at 14-8 and bring about the half time whistle.

Eastleigh pushed hard to produce the score they needed to overturn the deficit, but again opportunities were squandered due to dropped passes and frantic offloads.

Trojans made a break down the right wing, and with an overlap created, the last pass was thrown inside for the centre to run over the line. As the Trojans player celebrated his impending score, Matt Blackman produced a world class cover tackle to force the Trojans player to drop the ball, and saved Eastleigh going further behind.

As the game progressed, holes were beginning to open in the defensive line. Phil Baldwin spotted a gap and darted through to run deep downfield. He pulled the defence left before cutting in right to throw a long pass to Jack Berry. Berry ran hard for the line and dove over in the right corner to score Eastleigh's 2nd try. The conversion was missed to leave the score 14-13.

With the minutes ticking away, Eastleigh were getting closer and closer to the opposition line. An infringement at the breakdown gave Eastleigh the penalty, however the shot at goal drifted just wide.

Trojans kept possession well in the closing seconds, and with time up, the ball was kicked off the pitch to bring about the final whistle with the final score 14-13 to the home side.

Eastleigh were disappointed with the way they played as a number of scoring opportunities went begging, but will be pleased with the outcome of a long season that has secured promotion to London 2 South West for the 2017/18 season.

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Eastleigh 59-0 Bognor RFC

8th Apr 2017

Eastleigh finished the league season in style with a 59 point demolition of relegated Bognor at Bishopstoke Road.

Glorious sunshine set the tone for running rugby, and the home support were treated to a feast of tries. The 1st scored by Will Rigelsford, who following a number of phases near the Bognor line, dummied the flat footed defence and darted over the line to dot down. The conversion was added by Phil Baldwin to give Eastleigh and early 7-0 lead.

Straight from the kick-off Eastleigh were back deep in the Bognor half. Great running lines pounded the visiting defence, until Jack Berry scythed through a gap to score Eastleigh's 2nd try. Phil Baldwin duly converted to add the extra 2.

Eastleigh were enjoying a wealth of possession, and kicked for the corner following a penalty awarded for an infringement at the breakdown. The driving maul from the line out stopped just short of the line, and Adam Kidd was able to pick the ball and power over the line for the 3rd try. Again Phil Baldwin converted to bring up an early 21-0 lead.

Eastleigh brought up the bonus point for the 4th try when the ball found its way to Rob Sutherland from the base of the ruck, to crash over for the score. Phil Baldwin added the extra 2 to extend Eastleigh's half-time lead to 28-0.

The 2nd half started much the same as the first with Eastleigh's relentless attack pinning Bognor back. Eastleigh opted for an attacking line out from the penalty, and drove for the line. The maul gathered pace and Stu Mason was able to dive over the line for the home side's 5th try. The conversion was missed to leave the score 33-0.

Eastleigh's 6th try was the best of the bunch and was scored directly from the kick-off. Phil Baldwin caught the ball from the kick-off and set off on a mazy run right, offloading to Sam Prout who raced down the right wing, offloading inside to Pete Noonan. Noonan passed inside to Adam Kidd, who threw a wide pass left to Rob Sutherland in space, who drew the last defender and passed to Will Todd to run unopposed for the score. The score was converted by Phil Baldwin to extend the lead to 40-0.

With another attacking line out deep in the visitors' half, Eastleigh carried out a training ground move to suck in the opposition defence, and the well timed pass found Matt Blackman in space to run in for the 7th try. Phil Baldwin added the extras to increase the lead to 47-0.

Eastleigh brought up the 8th try and half century following great interplay down the right wing, that left Paul Fudio with a foot race to the line to dive over for the score. Phil Baldwin converted to extend the lead to 54-0.

Eastleigh found themselves reduced to 14 men when Charlie Laing was shown a yellow card for repeated infringements at the breakdown, and shortly after injuries meant Eastleigh were reduced to 13 for the remainder of the game as no replacement could be provided.

Despite only having 13 players on the pitch, Eastleigh brought up their 9th and final try through Pete Noonan. Perfect draw and pass play left the defence clutching at shadows, and Noonan found the space to run in unopposed for the score. The conversion was missed to leave the final score 59-0.

Eastleigh produced a great team performance with 9 different try scorers to delight the large support.

Eastleigh's Man of the Match was Will Rigelsford.

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