Maidenhead RFC

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Maidenhead
Full name Maidenhead Rugby Football Club
Union Rugby Football Union
Founded 1922; 92 years ago (1922)
Ground(s) Braywick Park (Capacity: 1750 - covered seating 250, uncovered standing 1500)
Chairman Stephen Bough
President Keith Lawton
Coach(es) Alan Greene
League(s) South West 1 East
Official website
www.maidenheadrfc.com

Maidenhead Rugby Football Club is an English rugby union team based in Maidenhead in Berkshire. The club runs four senior teams. The first XV plays in South West 1 East and the second XV plays in Berks/Bucks & Oxon 1. The third XV plays in Berks/Bucks & Oxon 3 South and the fourth XV plays in Berks/Bucks & Oxon 3 North. The club also runs a veterans side, a ladies team and the full range of junior sides.[1]

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Maidenhead RFC was formed in February 1922. The club was placed in South West 1 when the national league system was introduced in 1987 and apart from one season in National League 4 (1989-90) the club has been in either SW1 or SW2 until promotion to National League 3 South in 2009-10. The club was only in that league for one season but got back into National 3 South West in 2012.[2]

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