|Full name||Aspatria Rugby|
|Union||Rugby Football Union|
Aspatria Rugby Union Football Club is based in Aspatria, Cumbria (formerly Cumberland) in north west England, not far from the Scottish Border. They are nicknamed the "black reds", and have a red cockerel as their logo. They currently play in the RFU's North Lancashire/Cumbria League.
Aspatria has produced several international players:
- Joseph Blacklock
- James Davidson
- Joseph Davidson
- David Graham
- Robert Jackson Hanvey
- Steve Hanley
- Rob Miller now plays for London Wasps. He is the top try scorer in the Aviva Premiership 2011/2012 season and was called up to the England Saxons 05/07/2012 by head coach Stuart Lancaster but subsequently lost his place before the 2013 Six Nations competition.
- Thomas Holliday, seven England caps, 1924 British Lions tour to South Africa, and later rugby league player for Oldham Roughyeds and the England national rugby league team.
- Goodwin, Terry The Complete Who's Who of International Rugby (Blandford Press, England, 1987, ISBN 0-7137-1838-2)
- Godwin, p49
- Godwin, p169
- Godwin, p197
- Terry Carrick (1995). Aspatria: The History Of A Rugby Union Football Club. Nottingham: Adland Press.
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