1st XV

26th Jan 2019TwickenhamAwayl
9th Feb 2019KCS Old BoysHomel
16th Feb 2019Old ReigatianAwayl
23rd Feb 2019Gosport and FarehamAwayhb
2nd Mar 2019Old CranleighansHomel
9th Mar 2019Old AlleyniansAwayl
23rd Mar 2019London ExilesHomel
30th Mar 2019Old TonbridgiansAwayl
6th Apr 2019Effingham and LeatherheadHomel

2nd XV

26th Jan 2019Fareham HeathensHomehp
9th Feb 2019Portsmouth 2Awayhp
16th Feb 2019Tottonians 2Homehp
2nd Mar 2019MillbrookHomehp
9th Mar 2019BasingstokeAwayhp
23rd Mar 2019BognorHomehp
30th Mar 2019New Milton and District 2Awayhp
6th Apr 2019FordingbridgeHomehp

3rd XV

26th Jan 2019Alton 2Awayhl
9th Feb 2019Chineham 2Homehl
16th Feb 2019Fordingbridge 2Awayhl

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First XV
First XV 2018/19

Second XV
Second XV 2018/19

Third XV
Third XV 2018/19

Third XV
Fourth XV 2018/19

2018/19 season

Senior Coaching Team

Head Coach

Phil Osman

Assistant Coaches

Christian Longhurst
Glenn Lawrence
Dave Turnbull

First XV Captain

Terry Papworth


Terry Papworth

Second XV Captain

Lloyd Bennett


James Hixon-Broad

Third XV Captains

Glenn Lawrence / Dave Turnbull


Glenn Lawrence / Dave Turnbull


1st XV

19th JanGosport & Fareham 524 Eastleigh
12th JanEastleigh 1716 Farnham RUFC
5th JanEastleigh 4129 Old Emanuel
8th DecEastleigh 1221 Old Tonbridgians
1st DecLondon Exiles 1028 Eastleigh
17th NovEastleigh 1828 Old Alleynians
3rd NovOld Cranleighans 2522 Eastleigh
27th OctEastleigh 24Old Reigatian
20th OctKCS Old Boys 2922 Eastleigh
13th OctSandown & Shanklin 079 Eastleigh
6th OctEastleigh 64Twickenham
29th SepFarnham RUFC 2016 Eastleigh
22nd SepOld Emanuel 1018 Eastleigh
15th SepEastleigh 48Gosport & Fareham
8th SepEffingham & Leatherhead 754 Eastleigh

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

2nd XV

8th DecEastleigh 1713 New Milton & District
1st DecBognor 48Eastleigh
17th NovEastleigh 2464 Basingstoke
3rd NovMillbrook 3117 Eastleigh
27th OctTottonians 2917 Eastleigh
20th OctAlresford 1939 Eastleigh
6th OctFareham Heathens 5Eastleigh
29th SepEastleigh 76Portsmouth
22nd SepSandown & Shanklin 15Eastleigh
15th SepEastleigh 5512 Gosport & Fareham
8th SepFordingbridge 2514 Eastleigh

3rd XV

27th OctEastleigh HWO Romsey
20th OctTrojans 057 Eastleigh
6th OctEastleigh 83Ventnor
22nd SepSandown & Shanklin 1914 Eastleigh
15th SepEastleigh HWO Southampton

Social XV

6th OctEastleigh 4014 Fordingbridge (f)
Played Won Draw Lost P.For P.Against
1st XV 14 9 0 5 408 210
2nd XV 11 5 0 6 273 268
3rd XV 4 3 0 1 154 22
Social XV 1 1 0 0 40 14

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Gosport and Fareham RFC 5-24 Eastleigh

19th Jan 2019

After having their match abandoned in December, Eastleigh travelled to Gosport and Fareham for their rearranged fixture.
Neither side dominated early procedures but it was the visitors who scored first; James Mitchell and Ryan Kelly carried hard as Eastleigh pushed towards the try line and it was Sean Hayes who dotted down for the score. Matt Lovell duly converted, 0-7.
Eastleigh continued to pressure their opponents forcing them to make mistakes. After tight play through the middle of the park and then quick hands down the right flank, Aaron Enock found himself one-on-one with the fullback. He chipped over the top and then collected to give his side a second try. A tricky conversion out wide was missed, 0-12.
As half time approached, there was time for Eastleigh to score again before the break. The high ball was dropped and Chris Buckett pounced on the loose ball; he ran through but with a defender approaching, he passed to Adam Gallagher who darted through. The conversion was unsuccessful, 0-17.
Eastleigh pushed for the bonus point and their efforts were soon rewarded. Russell Smith and John Williams drove the pack over the gain line and Dan Henry powered over for the try. Aaron Enock converted to extend the lead by a further 2 points, 0-24.
As the home side tried to salvage any sort of consolation, tackles from the likes of Paul Fudio and Ricky Gormley denied them until in the final play, where the space was exploited and the try was scored. The conversion was wide to leave the score standing at 5-24.

Man of the Match: Ryan Kelly

Report by Joshua Devereux

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Eastleigh 17-16 Farnham RUFC

12th Jan 2019

After being narrowly denied victory in the last meeting, Eastleigh were determined to get the better of their rivals Farnham at Bishopstoke Road.
The home side were very slow to start, allowing their opponents to dominate possession. An infringement at the breakdown gave Farnham the chance to open the scoring; the kicker duly converted his placement kick, 0-3.
With ball in hand, Eastleigh looked dangerous however that took a blow as James Mitchell was given the yellow card for what was deemed a deliberate knock on.
John Williams and Tom Willoughby ran hard at the Farnham wall but sloppy tackling in defence meant the Farnham 10 could dance his way through for the try underneath the posts. He added the conversion to give his side an early 10-0 lead. He later added a penalty to extend the advantage by a further three points, 13-0.
The home side looked promising going forward; Tom Willoughby broke the line but was brought down. As the scrambling Farnham defence repositioned, space out wide allowed the returning James Mitchell to power over for the try. Matt Lovell converted 7-13.
After the break, Eastleigh attacked with power and endeavour; hard yards were made by Paul Fudio and Terry Papworth as the home side edged towards the try line. The inside ball found John Williams who bulldozed over for the score. Matt Lovell duly converted to edge his side in front, 14-13.
After letting a 13 point lead slip, Farnham were eager to nip back in front; an infringement at the breakdown gave the Farnham 10 the chance to put his side in the lead. He did so and once again, Eastleigh would have to dig deep, 14-17.
Strong running lines from Ricky Gormley and Connor Frain put Eastleigh on the front foot; multiple infringements at the breakdown resulted in a yellow card awarded to a Farnham player.
With the one man advantage, Eastleigh exploited the space and crept into the Farnham half; another infringement gave Eastleigh the penalty. Terry Papworth opted for the kick at goal and having just missed one, Matt Lovell calmly stepped up and swiftly dispatched the ball beyond the posts, 17-16.
With minutes remaining, Eastleigh defended with all their might; huge hits from James Mitchell and Connor Frain kept the Farnham backline at bay until Eastleigh conceded another penalty, 40 metres out. Last play was called and Farnham opted for the kick at goal. After a nervous run up, the kick narrowly missed away to the left and the ball was kicked out. Eastleigh win!

Every single Eastleigh player played with heart, passion and determination in order to get the win! Connor Frain, James Mitchell and Terry Papworth all had fantastic games but man of the match went to John Williams for his all round performance.

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