David Briggs, a Life Vice President of the Society lost his brave fight with cancer yesterday. David was President of Kent Referees Society in 1992-1995 and also the President of Kent Rugby in 2000-2003.
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Bruce Birchall one of our members has been involved with supporting Cambodian Rugby for the past decade. The Society have supported this venture and over the years Bruce along with the Society have provided over 2500 kg of equipment and clothing.
Kent Society are sad to say goodbye to Laura Pettingale, who has landed her first position as a fully qualified teacher in Northampton and, as a result, will be moving to the East Midlands Society. Definitely a case of our loss being their gain.
Why not try refereeing? Here RFU Match Official Development Officer, John Rouse, explains how he did.
“For me being a referee means getting out on a Saturday and interacting with my friends … but the most satisfying thing about being a referee is knowing that you’ve enabled a group of players to have a game that wouldn’t otherwise have been able to go ahead…”
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