Oakmeadians RFC
  The Heart of Bournemouth

Oakmeadians RFC

In The Heart Of Bournemouth

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Watch England Rugby for free this month and generate revenue for your club 


We’re encouraging all members, as well as your family and friends, to take advantage of a new offer created between the RFU and Amazon that lets you watch England Rugby for free in the Autumn Nations Cup, while also creating much needed revenue for the club.   


The Quilter Internationals kick off this Saturday and will be streamed online via  Amazon Prime. To help grassroots clubs generate revenue, Amazon have worked alongside the RFU to open up registration for clubs to become Amazon Associates.    


This means the club will now receive £3 for every member of the community who signs up to Amazon on a free one-month trial through our club’s unique Associates link below.   


PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU USE THIS UNIQUE LINK  :-www.amazon.co.uk/gp/video/primesignup/ref=acph_piv?tag=oakmeadiansam-21

to sign up for your free one-month trial, otherwise the club won’t benefit from your subscription.  


There is no expectation for members to stay on Prime past the trial period. The club will make £3 from each individual sign-up via the unique link, regardless of whether the member stays on past the trial period or not.  


Every little helps in these challenging times, so please spread this message and our unique URL link far and wide – friends, colleagues and neighbours are all welcome to sign up! 


For further rugby content available on Amazon Prime click here   

Good evening to you all.

Below you will see the latest statement from the RFU.  It puts all rugby, from championship level down, back to stage A on the RFU’s Roadmap. This means all rugby activity at Oakmeadians RFC is cancelled until further notice. We will keep you informed of any changes.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank all the volunteers who have supported Oaks, the game of rugby, the players, and most of all each other over the last few months, at times it has been difficult but I have been really delighted at how we have all pulled together and kept positive. 

If any of you need anything over the next few weeks, please contact me and I am sure we will be able to help.

We will be back, bigger and stronger but until then take care of yourselves, take care of each other and stay safe.

Kind regards

Jane Hart, Chairman 

#SAAO                                                                                                  Wednesday 4th November 2020

Parliament has today voted in favour of the Government’s national lockdown proposals aimed at curbing the increase in Covid-19 cases in England, which take effect from tomorrow (Thursday 5 November) until Wednesday 2 December. In addition, the Government has announced the cessation of all community team sports during this period, which applies to Age Grade and Adult rugby activities below Championship and Premier 15s.

With effect from tomorrow, we return to Stage A on the Return to Community Rugby Roadmap. This means that no competitive or formal rugby activities can be undertaken until at least Wednesday 2 December. While group training sessions are banned, a maximum of two players can participate in socially distanced (two metres plus), individual training sessions outside without sharing equipment.

We will now review what the implications of this national lockdown plan mean for clubhouses, schools, colleges, universities, etc., and will provide more detailed information in the Covid-19 Community Game Update tomorrow.

In addition, we would like to advise that the RFU Competitions Team is working with the Competitions Organising Committees for Men and Women to finalise alternative competitions models in place of the cancelled 2020/21 league programme. These will be entirely optional for clubs and will have no impact on promotion/relegation. They will focus on local cluster leagues and offer a framework for clubs to Return to Play (in some format once we have government approval to do so). It is intended to circulate these proposals, inviting clubs to participate, on Friday 13 November



These are truly unprecedented times and Oakmeadians RFC is committed to a return to rugby through all age groups and sections when it is safe for everyone to do so. 

Government guidelines are changing from week to week, with the easing of lockdown, training is now a possibility as long as we take care and follow all the health and safety guidance.  Please visit our COVID-19 page for further details including the RFU's roadmap to a Return to Rugby together with their guidelines.

For now the clubhouse is open and fully compliant with COVID-19 regulations. We are serving takeaway drinks and food and operating a one-way system. Masks must be worn in the clubhouse at all times.

Following the RFU's Roadmap which currently stands at level D, we have commenced socially distanced training and undertake regular risk assessments through all sections and operations in the club. For training times and days please see below. 

If you have any questions regarding our COVID-19 procedure or need more information on the subject, please contact,

Neil Bibby, DOR 07725 593646 or Jane Hart, Chairman 07715 531143  

Socially Distanced Training

Tuesday        Senior Men & Women              6.45pm 

Wednesday   Under 13s                                6.30pm

                      Under 14s                                6.30pm

                      Under 16s                                6.30pm

                      Under 11s U13s U18s Girls     6.30pm

Thursday       Under 15s                                6.30pm

                      Colts                                        6.30pm

                      Touch Rugby                           7.00pm

Sunday          Little Bears                              10.00am 

                      Under 6s - Under 12s              9.30am

                      Under 13s - Under16s            11.30am

                      Under 11s U13U18s Girls    12.00pm

Welcome to Oakmeadians RFC.

Oakmeadians RFC is a traditional rugby club
based at Meyrick Park, in "the heart of Bournemouth".

Winners of the NatWest RugbyForce 

 'Pride of the South West' two years in a row.

Holders of the Dorset & Wilts Core Values Certification

An RFU Accredited Rugby Club

We pride ourselves on being a family-friendly community rugby club that has been growing for over 50 years with over 20 teams
from our Little Bears to the Oakmeadians Veterans.

Training takes place throughout the week and everyone is welcome to train, play or watch with regular social events running all season.

For more information please feel free to Contact Us