1st XV

16th Nov 2019London ExilesAwayl
23rd Nov 2019ChobhamHomel
7th Dec 2019WinchesterAwayl
14th Dec 2019TottoniansHomel
11th Jan 2020TwickenhamAwayl
18th Jan 2020Old CranleighansHomel
25th Jan 2020Old TonbridgiansHomel
1st Feb 2020Farnham RUFCAwayl
15th Feb 2020Old ReigatianHomel
22nd Feb 2020Battersea IronsidesAwayl
29th Feb 2020London ExilesHomel
21st Mar 2020ChobhamAwayl
28th Mar 2020WinchesterHomel
4th Apr 2020TottoniansAwayl
18th Apr 2020Old EmanuelHomel

2nd XV

16th Nov 2019BognorHomehp
23rd Nov 2019New Milton and DistrictAwayhp
7th Dec 2019AlresfordHomehp
14th Dec 2019FarnboroughAwayhp
21st Dec 2019Fareham HeathensAwayhp
4th Jan 2020PetersfieldHomehp
11th Jan 2020AltonAwayhp
18th Jan 2020FordingbridgeHomehp
25th Jan 2020Havant 2Awayhp
1st Feb 2020Sandown and ShanklinHomehp
15th Feb 2020Ellingham and RingwoodAwayhp
29th Feb 2020BognorAwayhp
21st Mar 2020New Milton and DistrictHomehp
28th Mar 2020AlresfordAwayhp
4th Apr 2020FarnboroughHomehp
18th Apr 2020MillbrookAwayhp

3rd XV

16th Nov 2019Ventnor 2Homehl
23rd Nov 2019Winchester 3Awayhl
7th Dec 2019StonehamAwayhl
14th Dec 2019Portsmouth 3Awayhl
11th Jan 2020Aldershot and FleetAwayhl
18th Jan 2020Alton 2Awayhl
1st Feb 2020Tottonians 4Homehl
15th Feb 2020Farnham RUFC 4Homehl
29th Feb 2020Trojans 3Homehl
21st Mar 2020Fordingbridge 2Homehl
4th Apr 2020KingsclereAwayhl
18th Apr 2020Fareham Heathens 2Homehl

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First XV
First XV 2019/20

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

26th OctOld Reigatian 1919 Eastleigh
19th OctEastleigh 2226 Farnham RUFC
5th OctOld Tonbridgians 2224 Eastleigh
28th SepOld Cranleighans 2433 Eastleigh
21st SepEastleigh 3536 Twickenham
14th SepOld Emanuel 2729 Eastleigh

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

2nd XV

26th OctEastleigh 16Ellingham & Ringwood
19th OctSandown & Shanklin 91Eastleigh
12th OctEastleigh 1031 Havant
5th OctFordingbridge 43Eastleigh
28th SepEastleigh 2229 Alton
21st SepPetersfield 124Eastleigh
14th SepEastleigh 1918 Fareham Heathens
7th SepEastleigh 838 Millbrook

3rd XV

6th AprLockheath Pumas 717 Eastleigh
9th MarEastleigh 3624 Fordingbridge
2nd MarEastleigh 53Farnham RUFC
16th FebFordingbridge 3220 Eastleigh
9th FebEastleigh HWO Chineham
26th JanAlton 037 Eastleigh
12th JanEastleigh 27Fawley
5th JanTottonians 1432 Eastleigh
1st DecGosport & Fareham HWO Eastleigh
17th NovFarnham RUFC 1229 Eastleigh
3rd NovEastleigh 3624 Lockheath Pumas
27th OctEastleigh HWO Romsey
20th OctTrojans 057 Eastleigh
6th OctEastleigh 83Ventnor
29th SepEastleigh 7214 Petersfield
22nd SepSandown & Shanklin 1914 Eastleigh
15th SepEastleigh HWO Southampton

Social XV

5th JanEastleigh 1243 Portsmouth (f)
6th OctEastleigh 4014 Fordingbridge (f)
Played Won Draw Lost P.For P.Against
1st XV 21 12 0 9 590 426
2nd XV 21 9 0 12 392 538
3rd XV 16 14 0 2 513 152
Social XV 2 1 0 1 52 57

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Old Reigatian RFC 19-19 Eastleigh

26th Oct 2019

Having narrowly lost to Farnham last weekend, Eastleigh travelled to Old Reigatian where they were looking to continue their unbeaten record away from home.
With windy conditions playing their part, both sides struggled to maintain possession of the slippery ball; however, the home side did end up getting on the scoreboard through a try in the corner. The conversion out wide was successful to give Old Reigatian the 7-0 lead.
Having defended for much of the half, Eastleigh continued on the back foot and was put further behind when a box kick was charged down and grounded for the try.
In order to get a result from the game, Eastleigh knew they’d have to turn up in the second half to try and reduce the 12-0 deficit.
Having brought on Ryan Kelly, Eastleigh’s pack now started to get the better of their opponents’; Nic Blake and Dan Henry forced the defence backwards, before Dan Achilles crashed over, 12-5.
Eastleigh continued to pressurize their opponents as they looked for another score. The forwards had got the away side to within touching distance, when Will Rigglesford snuck over. Aaron Barnes converted to level the scores at 12-12.
Paul Fudio and James Mitchell continued to tackle well, as Eastleigh’s defence stood firm. As the ball spilled out the back of a ruck, Will Logothetis pounced on the loose ball and charged through an open field. His pass found Will Rigglesford who outpaced the covering defender to score his second of the match. Aaron Barnes converted out wide to extend the advantage to 12-19.
Old Reigatian began to put phases together and as they reached the Eastleigh 22’, they were soon over for their third score of the match. The conversion was successful, to level the scores once again at 19-19.
Both sides had chances to score the deciding try but came up short and this meant the game ended all square at 19-19.

Man of the Match: Dan Achilles

Match Report by Joshua Devereux

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Eastleigh 22-26 Farnham RUFC

19th Oct 2019

The rivalry between Eastleigh and Farnham continued for another season as the two sides took part in another thrilling encounter at Bishopstoke Road.
As both sides settled into the game, it was clear that both teams knew that the first score would be vital; it was the visitors who took the lead courtesy of a combination of missed tackles. The conversion extended Farnham’s early advantage to 0-7.
Having retained possession from the restart, Eastleigh pushed for an instant response. Carries from Dan Henry and Nic Blake troubled the defensive line, before James Mitchell barged his way through for the try. This was shortly followed by a Matt Lovell penalty which gave his side the lead, 10-7.
Errors began to creep into Eastleigh’s display and Farnham took full advantage as their driving maul, drove over the line for the score.
As half time approached, Matt Lovell recorded two well struck penalty kicks to nip his side back in front at 16-14.
The home side continued where they left off as Matt Lovell continued his 100% accuracy off the boot as he increased Eastleigh’s lead by another three points.
Eastleigh’s physicality seemed to get the better of their visitors but their hard work was undone as Farnham responded with two quick tries to completely turn the scoreboard back in their favour, 19-26.
Tom Willoughby and Ricky Gormley carried hard into contact, as the home side looked for a score, knowing little time remained. Matt Lovell converted yet another penalty which meant that one try was all that was needed, 22-26.
However, Eastleigh’s mistakes simply got the better of them and as the ball was turned over in the lineout, the ball was punted into touch to bring about the final whistle.

Match Report by Joshua Devereux

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