Rochdale Mayfield

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Rochdale Mayfield
Club information
Full nameRochdale Mayfield Amateur Rugby League Football Club
ColoursBlue & white
Founded1958
Current details
Ground(s)
CompetitionNational Conference League

Rochdale Mayfield are an amateur rugby league football club from Castleton, Rochdale, Greater Manchester. The club currently competes in the top division of the National Conference League. The club also operates academy teams.

History[edit]

Mayfield ARLFC were formed in 1958. The club's name came from the Mayfield Hotel in Rochdale where they were originally based.

After a number of years, the club moved to the Old Bridge Inn, and played at Balderstone Park and Springhill. The club notably played Challenge Cup games against Salford, Hunslet, and Rochdale Hornets (February 2016).

Mayfield again moved to a new venue when they entered into a ground share deal with the Castleton Moor Cricket Club, and entered the National Conference League. The club has developed players for Rochdale Hornets and other local semi-professional sides.

The now named Rochdale Mayfield again moved in 2006. This time to the Mayfield Sports Centre, Castleton, the club's current home.

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