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Marlow RUFC

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Marlow Rugby Union Football Club is an English rugby union club formed in 1947. Marlow Rugby Club play at Riverwoods Drive] which is located in Marlow, Buckinghamshire. It currently has four senior sides, ladies, colts, youth (most age groups run two sides) and mini-section. Marlow is the birthplace of mini rugby in England, and runs one of the oldest mini tournaments, now in its 44th year. History 1912 to 1946 Officially the club was formed at a meeting held at the Chequers Hotel in the High Street, Marlow on Tuesday, 3 February 1947. However, a rugby match was played on 8 February 1913 on Crown Meadow against High Wycombe RFC and (not for the first time), Marlow triumphed by 13pts to nil. One of the players who took part in this game, a Dr. G Berkeley Wills wrote to the club in 1964 to confirm the events of that day. He wrote :- 'At the end of 1912 one or two of us who had been at schools which played Rugger thought it might be amusing to get together if possib
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