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Archive for September, 2010
Saturday Match report is here .
This encounter brought together two clubs who have had some tough struggles in the past, both winning promotion last season and now strutting their stuff in National One.
More news to follow.
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The latest Match report and pictures are here.
Saturday’s win takes Park into 5th position in the League, four points behind leaders Tynedale, Barking and Blackheath. Things get no easier for Park next weekend when Barking bring their 100% league record to Roehampton for a 2:30 kick off.
We have been informed that BARNES STATION IS CLOSED this SATURDAY 18TH SEPTEMBER.
Please could you pass on this information to as many people as possible.
With the big local derby with London Scottish at 2:30 on Saturday, you might want to be aware that there will be disruption to rail services running to Barnes station that day (and the Sunday, for the Slingbacks match). The lines affected are those that run between Clapham Junction and Richmond / Clapham Junction and Kew Bridge. South West Trains have confirmed that a replacement bus service will run, but you need to allow more time.
We thought it might be helpful to those affected if we gave details of bus services that pass the ground, as some of these may offer some supporters an alternative means, especially used in combination with tube services that run to Hammersmith, East Putney and Richmond stations, or National Rail services to Wimbledon.
Route 33 runs between Hammersmith and the ground, and on to / from Mortlake, North Sheen, Richmond, Twickenham and Teddington.
Route 72 Runs from East Acton, Shepherds Bush, Hammersmith to / from the ground and on up Roehampton Lane to the Danebury Estate.
Route 265 Runs from Putney Bridge past the ground and on to / from Roehampton, Coombe Lane and Tolworth.
Route 337 Runs from Clapham Junction, Wandsworth, East Putney, on to the ground and then to / from Mortlake, North Sheen and Richmond.
Route 493 Runs from Tooting (St George’s Hospital), Wimbledon, Putney (Green Man), Roehampton to the ground on to / from Mortlake, North Sheen and Richmond.
If you are travelling by car, please bear in mind that your journey may take a few extra minutes due to the extra road traffic caused by lack of trains.
This information is given in good faith to try to help supporters but please check with the Transport For London website http://www.tfl.gov.uk/ if you are in any doubt as it includes exact details and route maps.
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International Ticket application forms for the Six Nations have been sent out. If you have not received yours and you would like a set – please call David Booth at the office 020 8876 6044.