1st XV

24th Mar 2018Old TonbridgiansAwayl
7th Apr 2018London ExilesHomel
14th Apr 2018Effingham and LeatherheadAwayl

2nd XV

24th Mar 2018Basingstoke 2Homesl
7th Apr 2018Andover 2Awaysl
14th Apr 2018Gosport and Fareham 2Awaysl

3rd XV

24th Mar 2018Fawley 2Awaysl
7th Apr 2018Sandown and Shanklin 2Homesl
14th Apr 2018Farnborough 2Homesl
28th Apr 2018Kingsclere 3Homesl

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 2017/18

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

17th MarAndover 729 Eastleigh
10th MarEastleigh 2223 Camberley
17th FebEastleigh 1315 Farnham RUFC
3rd FebKCS Old Boys 1215 Eastleigh
27th JanEastleigh 2210 Twickenham
13th JanOld Reigatian 3824 Eastleigh
6th JanWinchester 2115 Eastleigh
16th DecEastleigh 712 Gosport & Fareham
9th DecLondon Exiles 3220 Eastleigh
25th NovEastleigh 2222 Old Tonbridgians
11th NovCamberley 70Eastleigh
4th NovEastleigh 2513 Andover
28th OctFarnham RUFC 34Eastleigh
21st OctEastleigh 1320 KCS Old Boys
7th OctTwickenham 26Eastleigh
30th SepEastleigh 038 Old Reigatian
23rd SepEastleigh 543 Winchester
16th SepGosport & Fareham 3227 Eastleigh
9th SepEastleigh 9Effingham & Leatherhead

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

2nd XV

17th FebEastleigh 1927 Portsmouth
3rd FebTrojans 1517 Eastleigh
27th JanEastleigh 1720 Tottonians
13th JanBasingstoke AWO Eastleigh
6th JanEastleigh 17Trojans
16th DecAndover 1914 Eastleigh
9th DecEastleigh HWO Winchester
25th NovTottonians 1516 Eastleigh
11th NovEastleigh 1429 Gosport & Fareham
28th OctTrojans 1519 Eastleigh
21st OctEastleigh 1929 Andover
7th OctWinchester 2430 Eastleigh
23rd SepGosport & Fareham 2717 Eastleigh
16th SepEastleigh 1528 Portsmouth
9th SepEastleigh 2814 Basingstoke

3rd XV

3rd FebHook & Odiham 15Eastleigh
28th OctEastleigh 828 Hook & Odiham
7th OctEastleigh 1015 Winchester
30th SepLockheath Pumas 2566 Eastleigh
23rd SepEastleigh 353 Tottonians
9th SepFarnborough 3917 Eastleigh

Social XV

16th NovEastleigh 082 Fareham Heathens (f)
Played Won Draw Lost P.For P.Against
1st XV 19 5 1 13 283 470
2nd XV 0 0 0 0 0 0
3rd XV 0 0 0 0 0 0
Social XV 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Andover RFC 7-29 Eastleigh

17th Mar 2018

On the back of an impressive performance last time out against table toppers Camberley, Eastleigh continued their good form as they picked up all five points at Andover RFC.
Eastleigh started the game with power and precision as they were able to exploit the home side’s sloppy defence. After a series of phases, Aaron Enock picked the perfect line as he raced through under the sticks to put the away side in front. Jon Lynch duly converted to give Eastleigh an early 0-7 lead.
The visitors continued with their fast pick and go play to put Andover under pressure. Some great carries from Terry Papworth and Conor Frain allowed Panos Logothetis to drive over for the score. The conversion was missed to leave the score standing at 0-12.
Some great running from Jack Berry and Tyson Evans pushed Eastleigh into the home side’s 22’. Great awareness allowed Will Rigglesford to sneak through the defensive line and run unopposed over the try line. Jon Lynch converted to stretch the lead to 0-19.
Half Time: Andover 0-19 Eastleigh
Andover came back in the second half with real vengeance in order to try and seek something positive from the game. After a series a scrums, one more proved too much for Eastleigh as the home side drove forward with the No.8 dotting over for the try. A tough conversion was executed perfectly as they closed the gap to 7-19.
This didn’t deter the visitors’ spirit as they continued to push for the bonus point. Eastleigh attacked deep into opposition territory. Martin Kirby and Ricky Gormley pushed the away side closer to the try line and Terry Papworth soon sealed the bonus point as he bulldozed over for the score. The conversion was missed to leave the score standing at 7-24.
Despite the bonus point being already secured, Eastleigh searched for more points and they were soon rewarded for their efforts. The visitors pressed down the blind side and Ricky Gormley ran in a 5th try for Eastleigh to extend the score to 7-29. The conversion was missed to bring about the final whistle.

Man of the Match: Panos Logothetis and Will Logothetis

Match Report by Josh Devereux

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Eastleigh 22-23 Camberley RFC

10th Mar 2018

Eastleigh faced league leaders Camberley at Bishopstoke Road, with a faint hope of taking something against a side that had put 70 points on them earlier in the season.

The home side started with tremendous endeavour, exposing the slack defence around the breakdown using quick pick and go play. An infringement at the breakdown gave Eastleigh an early penalty, and Captain Jack Berry opted for the line out. The off the cuff play found its way to Connor Frain, to power through 3 defenders to dot down for the opening score. The conversion was missed to give Eastleigh an early 5-0 lead.

Camberley came back almost immediately, and a line out near the Eastleigh line was driven over for the equalising score. The conversion was missed from out wide to leave the scores level at 5-5.

Eastleigh again used the close quarter play to great effect, as John Williams burst through a hole at the breakdown to get within touching distance of the try line. Quickly recycled ball found its way to Will Rigelsford to dive over for Eastleigh’s 2nd try. The extra 2 was added by Phil Baldwin, to put Eastleigh back in the lead at 12-5.

Eastleigh weathered significant pressure from the well drilled visiting attack, keeping them at bay, until finally an overlap was found wide out on the left for the winger to dive over. The conversion was scored to leave the half time score poised at 12-12.

Eastleigh began the 2nd half putting the much fancied visitors under increasing pressure, with Tom Willoughby and Jack Berry punching holes in the defence. The scrambling defence were forced into a penalty, and sensing that an unexpected victory could be on the cards, Berry opted for the kick at goal. Phil Baldwin duly converted to put the home side back into the lead at 15-12.

Camberley were not going to roll over so easily, and showed why they are champions elect, as they pushed deep into Eastleigh’s half. An infringement was punished with an easy 3 points to again level the scores at 15-15.

The visitors were enjoying a wealth of possession, and edged closer and closer to the Eastleigh line. Quickly moved ball found its way to the left wing, for the Camberley wing to dive over for a contentious score. Some would argue the player was in touch before grounding, however the referee deemed the ball to have been grounded before going into touch. The conversion was missed to leave the score at 15-20.

Eastleigh pushed hard to get back into the game, but again found themselves on the wrong end of the law. An easy 3 points was added to leave Eastleigh staring at no reward for their efforts, as the score read 15-23.

The home side began to show the dogged attitude needed to hold off relegation, and fought tooth and nail for possession. Arron Enock managed to wrestle the ball off the Camberley player in possession, and scythed through a gap to dot down for Eastleigh’s 3rd try. The conversion was scored by Matt Lovell, to leave Eastleigh only 1 point behind at 22-23.

Eastleigh secured the ball from the kick off, and marched downfield, looking for the points that would win the game. The home side were awarded a penalty, and opted for the line out as the clock showed full time. The ball was secured, and the Eastleigh forwards inched closer and closer to the posts, in an effort to create an opportunity for the winning drop goal. The pass was sent back, kick made, however the quick defensive wall did enough to charge down the kick, and put the ball into touch to bring about the final whistle.

Eastleigh showed huge heart and determined grit to come close to an unlikely win against the league leaders, and were ultimately disappointed to not come away with the win.

Eastleigh’s Man of the Match was Jack Berry.

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