|Hornby Rugby Football Club||
Roger Bremner - Club President
Roger joined Hornby Rugby Football club as a four year old in 1973. Playing through the grades. He played his first Senior years when the club still played in the CRFU Metro competition. Roger led the Hornby Seniors as Captain into the Ellesmere competition in 1993. He was involved as a player/coach in the original Swordsman (Div 3) team in 1998, and enjoyed a successful period with this team from 1999, winning five back to back titles. After 22 years as a player/coach with Div 3, Roger has decided to hang up his boots which brings to an end a playing career of 47 consecutive years. As the 2020 season looms, he looks forward to his role as part of the club management team.
Lyn Anderson - Bar Manager
Most of you know me in my current role as Bar Manager, where I have been since 2007.
Before then I held the role of Secretary for the club from 2004.
I have been involved with Hornby RFC since 1976 supporting my now brother in law Neville Wilson (Sword).
My daughter Jess has played rugby at the club since she was 7 years old starting out in Juniors then onto play for the Women's team,
My husband George played for the club from a young age and after a break came back to play in Senior grades for about 20yrs.
I love being involved in such a great family Club
Craig Cuff - Senior Club Captain
Lyn Hucklebridge - Chairperson
I have been a member since 1984 when her 2 sons joined the Club. Over the years I have held various rolls in the Club beginning with the then Junior Committee progressing through to the Senior Management Team. I was Secretary from 1999 – 2004, 2013 – 2015 and currently holds the Chairperson role since 2017.
I have always been interested in the well-being and Administration of Hornby Rugby and returned to the Management Team in 2013 to help regain a Division 1 team for the Club back in the Ellesmere Competition. This was successful and now Hornby Rugby has a Division 1 side competing in Ellesmere.
I was actively involved with the ‘Save Denton Group’ that fought for the saving of Denton Park from becoming a concrete jungle for the South West Leisure Centre. The win for the Park to remain as it is came in 2018 ensuring the Hornby Rugby Club and Hornby Cricket Club retain their positions at Denton Park This win enables Hornby Rugby o grow its playing numbers and once again become a strong club.
My goal for Hornby Rugby Football Club is to help grow the game, increase membership numbers and redevelop the back section of the clubrooms.
Kevin Dorgan - Club Patron
Kevin joined Hornby Rugby Football Club in 1975. Along with Doug Frampton, Kevin coached U9-U14. Kevin served 5 years on the JAB for the Canterbury Rugby Football Union. Kevin has also served 5 years on the clubs committee. During his time in the club Kevin refereed the touch 7's modules for 14 years and was responsible for arranging referees. Amazingly, Kevin has also refereed rugby for 40+ years. Kevin is a long standing member of the "Friday Night Club" (39 years) and takes pride of place at "the table." It is for all of the above reasons that Kevin has been appointed as our Club Patron and Life Member of the HRFC. In 2015 Kevin was made a life member of the club in recognition of his outstanding contribution to our club and the community.
Glen White - Club Treasurer
2007-2015. Glen joined the club in 1995 first playing Division 2 rugby and then as part of the successful Division 1 sides from the late 1990’s where he played 150 senior games and also represented the Ellesmere representative team. Glen remains Club Treasurer after stepping down in 2015 from Committee.
Becky Butt - Junior Club Captain
Alesha Millard - Club Secretary
Hi My name is Alesha I have l have lived in Hornby 32 years. I have been involved with the Hornby Rugby Club for 3 years my youngest boy is currently playing in the u8s (first year tackle) and eats sleeps and breaths rugby, he is up at 7am every Saturday rearing to get out on that field. Towards the end of last year I took over the role of secretary and hope to continue to watch our club grow