“IT’S been a season of grit and determination, no doubt about,” says Bees director of rugby Eugene Martin, reflecting on a year that saw Birmingham Solihull stabilise and stop its slide down the leagues.
A RUGBY club on the edge of Solihull has found itself at the centre of the London – Birmingham – Manchester High Speed Rail intersection, one of the key construction phases of HS2 and known as the Water Orton Delta.
Rugby Union in Solihull has received a major boost after Shirley-based Camp Hill RFC was chosen by the Rugby Football Union to be a recipient of one of its Better Facilities Grants for the 2015 Rugby World Cup being staged in England and Wales
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