1st XV

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

25th Nov 2017Tottonians 2Awaysl
9th Dec 2017Winchester 2Homesl
16th Dec 2017Andover 2Awaysl
6th Jan 2018Trojans 2Homesl
13th Jan 2018Basingstoke 2Awaysl

3rd XV

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

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

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

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 9 2 0 7 92 279
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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Camberley RFC 70-0 Eastleigh

11th Nov 2017

Camberley RFC vs Eastleigh
Saturday 11th November 2017

Eastleigh travelled to top of the table Camberley hoping to take something away for their efforts.

An attacking line out near the Camberley line produced a clear try scoring opportunity for Charlie Boyes, only for the referee to adjudge the ball held up.

The rest of the game was a masterclass in attacking display from the home side, as Eastleigh were exposed by the overlap out wide.

The visitors did not lack in effort, but were ultimately found wanting and the final score was 70-0.

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Eastleigh 25-13 Andover RFC

4th Nov 2017

Eastleigh registered their 2nd win of the season with an impressive victory built on heart and passion over fellow Hampshire side, Andover.

The visitors were awarded an early penalty following an infringement at the breakdown, and created a 3 point lead from the tee.

Eastleigh came back hard and a series of close quarter phases inched the home side deeper in to the opponents' half. Eastleigh forced the penalty, and Captain Jack Berry opted for the kick at goal. Phil Baldwin duly converted to level the scores 3-3.

The heavyweight Andover pack was making life difficult in the scrum, and were forcing the home scrum back. A scrum on the Eastleigh 5m was driven hard by Andover, and a quick pass was sent out for the winger to dive over wide on the right. The conversion was added to put the visitors back in the lead at 3-10.

Apart from the scrum, Eastleigh were beginning to dominate every facet of play. The large forwards couldn't keep up with Eastleigh's quick ruck play, and again forced a penalty. Phil Baldwin bisected the posts to close the gap to 6-10.

As the visitors began to tire, Eastleigh again went hard on the offensive, and drew another penalty from the Andover defence. Baldwin kicked another successful penalty to close the half time gap to 1 point at 9-10.

Eastleigh could sense victory was within reach, and put the visitors under huge pressure from the 2nd half restart, managing to turn over the ball. Strong running lines from Jack Berry and Rob Sutherland were putting the home side on the front foot, and the scrambling defence could do nothing to avoid a further infringement. Baldwin added his 4th consecutive successful kick to put Eastleigh into the lead for the first time at 12-10.

Straight from the following kick off, an error in the catch led to a penalty being awarded to Andover. The 3 points were secured to put the visitors back into the lead at 12-13.

Eastleigh were not to be undone, and continued to show heart and passion in all facets of play. Matt Blackman produced a wonderful kick return, reminiscent of Liam Williams from the recent Lions Tour, stepping his way through a flat footed defence, to take Eastleigh within touching distance of the visitors' line. Eastleigh were awarded the penalty, which again Baldwin sent sailing between the posts to put the home side back in the lead at 15-13.

Eastleigh knew they had to retain the ball to maintain the pressure on the visitors, and made light work of the Andover ruck defence to turn the ball over in key positions. With the forwards driving on, another penalty was secured for Baldwin to increase the lead to 18-13.

Eastleigh's tails were up as the score line provided a little more comfort to produce more elaborate attacking play. Following a number of phases near the Andover line, Pete Noonan hit a perfect line to scythe through the defence, and offloaded out of the tackle to the supporting Charlie Boyes to crash over the line for the try. Baldwin added the extra 2 to extend Eastleigh's lead to 25-13 and bring about the final whistle.

Eastleigh finally managed to secure the result to match the heart and endeavor put into their recent performances.

Eastleigh's Man of the Match was Ricky Gormley.

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