Sport Kingston - Sports Clubs in Kingston Upon Thames includes Chessington, Surbiton, New Malden & Tolworth

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& Help for Clubs in the Borough of

Kingston upon Thames

Tennis - Man servig Junior Football Now Dark Blues Cup Winners
Kingston’s kayak slalom squad and rowing mixed squad all came away with silver medals from the biggest ever Thames Water London Youth Games Regatta at Docklands on Saturday 9 June.  Arrows in Targets at Surrey Archery Championships

The Royal Borough of Kingston Upon Thames includes Chessington, Surbiton, New Malden & Tolworth

Sports News
Kingston Brings Home Gold From London Youth Games
Kingston brings home gold from London Youth Games
News Published Tuesday, 11 July 2017

Kingston is celebrating bringing home nine gold, six silver and five bronze medals from the London Youth Games summer finals this weekend (8 to 9 July).
Over 290 local young people took part in 35 competitions, including sailing, para athletics and cycling. Kingston was awarded an overall 14th place out of the 33 London boroughs.

The biggest improvement was in the Aquathlon competition, where Kingston leapt 13 places, from 21st in 2016 to 8th this year.

On attending the event, Mayor of Kingston, Cllr Julie Pickering, said:

“I joined the team on Sunday and was amazed at the dedication and effort on show. One of the fantastic stories of local sporting history that came out of the weekend was, Andy Wooldridge, a Kingston dad who competed in the squash finals at the London Youth Games in 1977, cheered on his daughter, Clara, who took part and won gold in the same sport over the course of the weekend, 40 years later!

“We’ve had a hugely successful result and look forward to seeing us progress even further next year.“

Also on attending the event, Cllr Chris Hayes, Kingston Council’s London Youth Games representative, added:

“Kingston has managed to hold it’s place at 14th for a second year running, which is fantastic. This is down to the commitment of our excellent sport teams in schools and clubs across the borough.”

For more information on staying healthy and active in Kingston, visit .

Gold awards:
Squash Team Girls
Sailing Topper
Sailing Laser
Sailing Topper 4.2
Cycling Road Female
Para Swimming
Swimming Male Fly
Javelin Para Athletics D class
200m Para Athletics D class

Silver awards:
Squash Boys Team
100m Sprint Female Para Athletics
Javelin Para Athletics MLD class
Javelin Para Athletics SLD class
Shot Para Athletics C Class
Sailing Laser radial

Bronze awards:
Hockey Girls Yr7 and Under
Para Athletics
Cycling Female
Aquathlon Female
100m Para Athletics D class
Kingston borough riders at Lee Valley Velodrome LYG Road TT 2017
Kingston borough riders at Lee Valley Velodrome LYG Road TT 2017
Safeguarding Children In Sport

In November last year the scandal surrounding allegations of historical child sex abuse in football brought safeguarding children in sport to national prominence. At the same time, Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson was leading an independent review into the Duty of Care sport has towards participants at both the elite & grassroots level. The Government is yet to respond.

Join us on 22 June for an up to date brief on the latest developments in safeguarding children in sport. We will examine existing Government policy & guidance, how to implement effective policies & procedure, and current good practice from a variety of different perspectives.

Confirmed Speakers Include:

  • Nick Slinn, Senior Consultant, NSPCC Child Protection in Sport Unit
  • Colette Eden, Lead Safeguarding Officer, Rugby Football League
  • Leonora Borg, Safeguarding Consultant 
  • Tina Thordal, Associate Trainer, Ann Craft Trust
  • Keith Oddy, Indpendent Child Protection Officer, Amateur Swimming Association
  • Dr Mike Hartill, Reader in the Sociology of Sport, Edge Hill University (Event Chair)
  • More speakers TBC

Key Issues to be Addressed Include:

  • Understanding your duties under "Working together to safeguard children" guidance
  • The roles of governing bodies, county sports partnerships, LSCBs & sports clubs
  • Latest legal & policy developments
  • Implementing effective policies & procedures
  • Improving partnership working & supporting others develop their approach
  • Current good practice
  • Supporting children when allegations are made

The issues will be split into sessions entitled:

  • Guidance, Policy & Legal Update
  • Implementing the Right Policies & Procedures
  • Safeguarding Children in Sport: Good Practice

Who Should Attend?

Members of Local Safeguarding Children Boards; governing bodies; professional & voluntary sports clubs; County Sports Partnerships; representative groups; & anyone else working with children in sport or with safeguarding responsibilities..

For registration enquiries please contact: |
0207 593 5657

To discuss event sponsorship, speaking opportunities and agenda content, please email:



Kingston Go Cycle News -  Portsmouth Road Walking & Cycling Route Officially Opened
Kingston Go Cycle News: Portsmouth Road walking and cycling route officially opened
The Portsmouth Road Go Cycle lane was officially opened last weekend, attracting families from around the borough to take part in the open day event.
official opening of the Portsmouth Road Go Cycle scheme
The official opening of the Portsmouth Road Go Cycle scheme
Over the past 15 months the council has been transforming the one mile stretch of road, as part of a £30 million investment by Transport for London and the Mayor of London to improve walking and cycling routes, and revitalise public spaces in the borough.
The Portsmouth Road scheme is one of 10 routes that form the borough’s Go Cycle programme to help create healthy streets and change the way people in the borough travel.

The event was officially opened by Deputy Mayor for Transport Val Shawcross and Walking and Cycling Commissioner Will Norman.

Val Shawcross, Deputy Mayor for Transport, said:
“Portsmouth Road is a brilliant scheme. Whether you want to pop down to the river, walk around the local area, or cycle safely into the centre of Kingston, these improvements will benefit everyone. We must help Londoners become more active and healthy, and this is a great example of how we can improve the physical environment, while encouraging more Londoners to make walking and cycling a part of their everyday routine.
‘We will continue to work closely with Kingston as they push ahead with their plans to get more people walking and cycling all across the borough.”
Whether you want to pop down to the river, walk around the local area, or cycle safely into the centre of Kingston, these improvements will benefit everyone

Will Norman, London’s first full-time Walking and Cycling Commissioner, said:

“It’s wonderful that Kingston shares the ambition of me and the Mayor to make cycling a safer and easier option for residents across their borough.
“This fantastic new scheme not only links Surbiton and Kingston with a calm and safe cycle route, but also improves their iconic riverside for pedestrians too. Getting more people walking and cycling can really improve quality of life for everyone – improving our health, tackling poor air quality, and improving our high streets.”

Ben Plowden, TfL's Director of Strategy and Planning, Surface Transport:
"This early scheme is impressive and when all routes are complete, Kingston will be more attractive, accessible and people-friendly so everyone can enjoy walking and cycling in the borough. A major cycle hub is planned, more high-quality cycling routes will be introduced and the area around Kingston station is set to be transformed."

Deputy Leader and portfolio holder for the Go Cycle Programme Councillor Terry Paton said:
“We have much to celebrate, as we mark the history of cycling and develop more healthy streets across our borough through the £30 million investment from TfL and the Mayor of London.
“This investment has created a direct and safer cycling link into the town centre, improved crossing points and has transformed the riverfront area around the Queen’s Promenade.”

Go Cycle member officer board Councillor Hilary Gander said:
“With the recent completion of the first Go Cycle lane along Portsmouth Road we’re hoping local residents will enjoy getting on a bike or walking into town along this route."
The day featured a bike market, penny farthing display and bike rides to Hampton Court Palace led by the sustainable cycling team.

Contact Go Cycle
Royal Borough Of Kingston - Sports Awards
Sports Club of the Year Award goes to Kingston Athletics Club and Polytechnic Harriers.
Sports Club of the Year Award was presented by Roger from Sport Kingston to Kingston Athletics Club and Polytechnic Harriers, for supporting local athletes to excel.
The Sports Club of the Year Award recognises exceptional commitment to developing a club and the activities and services it offers to its local community. Nominated clubs must meet all of the following criteria:
  • must have a constitution in place
  • demonstrate the significant impact the work of the club has had over the last 12 months and how this has benefitted the local community
  • evidence of the club's commitment to developing club members (players, coaches, officials and volunteers)
Kingston Junior Cycle Club (KJCC) News - October 2016
Halloween.....oooooo.....and Christmas Party.
Kingston Junior Cycle Club News -Halloween & Christmas Party
Eight sessions left until the end of the season on Saturday 10th December (returning after Feb half term). This season has whizzed by! KJCC coaches have lot's planned for the remaining sessions so keep the attendance high regardless of the weather we may face.
Halloween Session Saturday 29th October 
Earlier KJCC Newsletter - July 2016
More information about Kingston Junior Cycle Club on the Cycling Clubs page


Kingston Approves Innovative Plans For New Sport & Wellbeing Hubs

New council-owned sport, leisure and community hubs in New Malden, Kingston and South of the Borough and a replacement building at Kingsmeadow Centre were approved at Growth Committee on 13 October 2016.

Kingston’s approved Indoor Sport and Leisure Facilities Strategy proposes combining sports and community services, such as healthcare, to create integrated hubs across the borough.

The proposed replacement hubs for the Malden Centre in New Malden, the Kingfisher Leisure Centre in Kingston, as well as the new facility in South of the Borough, will all include swimming pools.

Supporting both the local community and homegrown sporting stars, the strategy also highlights the potential to include a martial arts facility in the plans due to uptake of the sport in Kingston.

Councillor Andrea Craig, Cabinet Member with responsibility for Sport and Leisure at Kingston Council, said:

“The Indoor Sports Strategy has highlighted what we all know, our existing facilities are much loved, with huge demand, but are in need of further investment and more centres need to be built to meet the growing demand in the borough.

“There is a huge appetite for sport in our borough. Together with the Mayor of London, we launched a pop up swimming pool in Chessington during the summer - the uptake was incredible. Over 1,200 people used the pool, 841 were local to South of the Borough and a fantastic 68% of school children achieved a swimming award. The recommendation from the report is for a new swimming pool and leisure centre in the South of the Borough. The council, with residents, now needs to investigate further potential options on where that could be.

“The new strategy demonstrates the need for more facilities across the borough, as well as allowing closer links with schools, which is brilliant. Residents play an integral role in shaping our community spaces and we will make sure that local people are kept up to date as these exciting plans progress.”

The approved Indoor Sport and Leisure Facilities Strategy will run from 2016 to 2028.

Find out more about sport in Kingston by visiting

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Kingston Athletics Club and Polytechnic Harriers Presented with Clubmark

Kingston Athletics Club and Polytechnic Harriers Presented with Clubmark 
Kingston Athletics Club and Polytechnic Harriers, were Presented Clubmark on Tuesday 30th August 2016 at their track at Kingsmeadow stadium in Kingston.

Julia Bailey, England Athletics Club and Coach Support Officer for South London was at hand to present the certificate to Ros Parkinson leading on the Clubmark for the club.

In a statement Kingston and Athletics Club and Polytechnic Harriers said

"Everyone at K&P is delighted that we have received Clubmark. A lot of hard work has gone into making our application successful and this award highlights the positive progress we have made over the years towards being an even more inclusive and welcoming club than before. Combined with our excellent recent performances, this is the perfect end to the 2016 season."
Article continued on the London Athletics website:
More information about Kingston Athletics Club and Polytechnic Harriers

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 GoodGym Is Coming To Kingston upon Thames

Goodgym Kingston Street Run
GoodGym is an award winning community of runners that get fit by doing good.

GoodGym is an award winning community of runners that get fit by doing good. We combine manual labour for community organisations and helping the most isolated and lonely with our workouts.

We work with the best trainers and running coaches in the UK to make a difference to thousands of people’s lives. Take a look at the video above to get a better idea of how you can combine your exercise needs with a social event which does good in your local community.

If you’re amazing at what you do, passionate about running and care about the world around you, we want you join us.

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2016 Richmond Juvo For Schools Summer Festival
Schools from Richmond, Kingston, Hounslow, Hammersmith & Fulham, Ealing, Sutton, Elmbridge, Epsom and Surrey  
Ages: u11, u13 and u15
When: Thursday 23rd June 2016 (1pm to 4pm)  
Juvo For Schools Summer Festival
Inspired by the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games and building a schools legacy for South London & Surrey, Richmond Volleyball invites your school team to compete in the 5th Richmond JuVo for Schools Volleyball Festival held at Grey Court School on Thursday 23rd June 2016. School teams will be expected to arrive between 12.30 - 1.00pm for a 1.30pm start and will depart no later than 4pm (3.30pm presentations).
More Information: Richmond Juvo For Schools Summer Festival

Khalsa Karate Club News - Double Gold In Poland!
Khalsa Karate Club News - Double Gold In Poland!
    12th Harasuto Cup - Poland
Saturday 9th April saw our very own Ola competing in the Harasuto cup in Poland and saw an impressive Double Gold result after 6 rounds!! Sensei Sat commented "Ola has put in a lot of hard work and continues to go from strength to strength. With Coach Anthony Balkissoon head of the kata squad the team continue to strive and be the best of the best!" Well done to Ola and Coach Anthony.   Saturday 9th April
Female Junior Kata - Gold

1st round Annan 5-0
Final Papuren 4-1
  Sunday 10th April
Female Cadet Kata - Gold

1st round Annan 5-0
2nd round Papuren 5-0
3rd Round Chatanyara Kushanku 4-1
Final Suparinpei 5-0

Karate - TCB Open Championships, Sunday 13th March 2016
Sunday the 13th March saw a small squad of 9 fighters attending a local competition under Sensei Roy Taylor at the Phoenix Leisure Centre Wallington.

The competition was the first held by TCB and was a very well organised and run competition.

Results below -
Florence Bradley - Bronze, Gold, Silver
Ciara Gray - Gold, Bronze
Jenna Cato - Bronze, Bronze
Alex James - 5th
Rachel Eagleton - Gold
Emily McGrath - 1st Round, Bronze
Jack McGrath - Gold
Zuko Robb - Gold Silver
Ashley To - Bronze

Sensei Sat commented "The atmosphere was brilliant as was the comp, well organised and run and very well presented. A huge congrats to all those that were involved in the day. The day was a combination of plus's and negatives with some exceptional performances and some frustrating performances but all in all a good day The day was about having fun and enjoying and looked more like a full on brawl at times. That said the day ended very positively with 13 medals in total 5 Golds 2 Silvers 6 Bronzes! My thanks goes to Coaches Pat and Robbie for all the hard work they do with the juniors! Roy Taylor and Paul Valle for a great day, my club, YMCA and everyone that makes the club what it is! Lastly to my instructors that helped with another packed out morning class of 39 kids!!"

Karate Championships Success at PC Open Championships
Karate Championships Success at PC Open Championships
Sunday 14th February was for all Valentines day, however for two Khalsa Champions it was back on the mat and fighting for another medal! Both Samantha Whitfield and Zuko Robb both travelled over 3 hours all the way to Birmingham to fight in the PC Open.

Both guys were amazing with Zuko Robb having three fights and taking the Gold and Sam Whitfield fighting and also taking Gold.

Both fighters took a lot of positives away from the day, and both continue to thrive and enjoy there fighting.

Whilst the juniors were competing, our senior fighter Sophie was training in Barnsley with the England Team, travelling alone whilst Sensei Sat was holding the fought with his Instructors at the club and another packed class of 40 students.

Sensei Sat commented "My heartily congrats to both students who continue to impress me with there determination and results! My thanks also goes to YMCA who continue to support us, Sensei Robb for all his commitment to the squad, Sensei Pat again for all his support and Russell who drove the day having come out of hospital the day before!" Great team effort from everyone!
Karate Championships Success at PC Open Championships
Kingston College's Sporting Partnership with Fulham Football Club Foundation
New Kingston Venue For Fulham FC Foundation - Youth Community Football
Kingston College Launches a new partnership with Fulham Football Club Foundation

Kingston College is delighted to announce the news of an exciting new change to our Women's Football Academy. In our ongoing commitment to providing students with best possible experience of training, play and competition, Kingston College Women's Football Academy is proud to announce that is has formed a new partnership with Fulham Football Club Foundation.

The decision to establish a partnership with the Fulham Football Club Foundation will allow us to focus our attention on delivering a highly personal and responsive provision for students. This partnership will give students greater options for progression, and will allow them the opportunity to watch first team training sessions, receive tickets to watch matches and benefit from being connected with a highly regarded football club with an excellent history of youth and women's football provision.

The new Academy will add to the already flourishing Academy provision at Kingston College and aims to provide players with an unforgettable experience where they can grow and develop as footballers in a nurturing environment. Players will have the opportunity to demonstrate their talents in front of some of the top coaches and scouts in both England and the USA.

The Academy will give players aged between 16-19 the chance to develop their footballing talents and skills whilst studying at Kingston College. Those selected for the Academy will benefit from 6-9 hours of quality coaching delivered by UEFA B licence coaches who will incorporate technical and tactical components with comprehensive strength and conditioning sessions. The links with Fulham will give the Women's Football Academy greater exposure both here and aboard thus giving students greater opportunities to reach their potential. We are currently holding extra trials due to this new partnership.

For an immediate start, please contact Jade Easton directly on
(All students that are successful will also be required to study towards a L2 or L3 qualification in Sport and Exercise Science, depending on what GCSE qualification they hold).
Richmond Volleyball News 2016
Happy New Year from the Richmond Volleyball!

I hope everyone had a wonderful and refreshing break. Please find attached the latest volleyball satellite participation statistics (winter term).

RVB & South London League is reaching out to hundreds of individuals of all ages, backgrounds and abilities delivering in schools, colleges, universities, community clubs across Hounslow, Kingston, Richmond, Elmbridge and Spelthorne

Many thanks for all your support.

RVB Performance Stats for 2015

A record breaking 2015 with best ever positions for boys & girls in all national junior competitions!

Girls Indoor
3rd place U15 National Cup
2nd place U16 National Cup
5th place U18 National Cup

Boys Indoor
1st place u15 National Cup
3rd place u16 National Cup
3rd place U18 National Cup

Girls Beach at the British Junior Championships.
u12's - 2nd
u14's - 3rd
u16's - 1st, 2nd and 3rd
u18's - 3rd
u20's - 3rd

Boys Beach at the British Junior Championships
u12's 1st & 3rd
u14's 1st
u16's 1st
u18's 3rd

On top of that five RVB players represented England at the Sainsburys School Games and the U17 NEVZA. NEVZA is a competition for northern European nations, which consists of Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Iceland, Faroe Islands, England and Greenland.

· Anna Keefe (Gumley Girls RC School, Hounslow)

· Mattea Goalen (Orleans Park School, Richmond)

· Martha Bullen (Orleans Park School, Richmond)

· Javier Bello (Gunnersbury Boys RC School, Hounslow)

· Joaquin Bello (Gunnersbury Boys RC School, Hounslow

David Rijvers

Tele: +44 (0) 7779134007
Team Kingston Success With 11th Place In Balfour Beatty London Youth Games 2015
The borough’s young sports stars collected 10 gold, 11 silver and six bronze medals to claim 11th in the overall Jubilee Trophy standings on Sunday after finals weekend at Crystal Palace
Kingston Badminton Team
See the results and a selection of photos on the following link:
2015 LYG Page
Richmond Volleyball Club - 2015 JuVo for Schools Festival
Age Groups u11 Mixed, separate boys & girls u13 and u15

Thursday 25th June 2015 (1pm to 5pm)
Held at Grey Court School (Richmond)

Latest additions
· KS3/4 Boys: Ernest Bevin;

· KS2 Mixed: Collis Primary and Bishop Perrin CE

To view all volleyball school entries click the link

If you are interested, in taking part please let me know by ASAP with your entry form completed.

Thanks for your co-operation.

David Rijvers

Tele: +44 (0) 7779134007
Richmond Volleyball Club News: June 2015
London Youth Games - Thank you RVBers for fantastic results at the weekend
RVB would like to say a Big thank you to all the players, parent volunteers who ran the teams, & community partners who contributed to last weekend's success in the London Youth Games indoor volleyball competition.

RVB put together six borough teams (3 boys & 3 girls) representing Team Kingston, Team Hounslow, and Team Richmond and the results are as follows:


· Hounslow - qualified to the Finals (Last 4's) for the 1st time

· Kingston - qualified to the Finals (Last 4's) for the 5th time

· Richmond - 6th


· Hounslow - qualified to the Finals (Last 4's) for the 1st time

· Kingston - 10th

· Richmond - qualified to the Finals (Last 4's) for the 1st time

The indoor volleyball Finals will held at Crystal Palace on Saturday 4th July 2015. For those that qualifies please protect this date in diaries.

Training for all players (even those who did not qualify) will continue on the Beach at Teddington Beach Courts, Broom Rd.

Please note we are now preparing for the final selection for the London Youth Games Beach 2-a-side competition to be held on Saturday 20th June at Crystal Palace.

This is the first time Beach Volleyball will have been included in the London Youth Game and RVB are organising this event on behalf of London Youth Games so we are keen to make this inaugural event a success.

RVB will be putting together six (3 boys & 3 girls) teams (maybe also B teams depending on number of entries across London) to represent Team Kingston, Team Hounslow, and Team Richmond. Final selection for the Borough Team teams will be this week so please continue your training on the Beach at Teddington Beach Courts, Broom Rd and also protect Saturday 20th June in your diaries as well.

Once again thank you for all your support and we wish the borough teams continued success.

Kind regards

David Rijvers

Tele: +44 (0) 7779134007
London Youth Games Beach Volleyball competition
on Saturday 20th June 2015
London Youth Games have partnered with Richmond Volleyball to deliver the 1st LYG Beach Volleyball competition to be held on Sat 20th June at Crystal Palace NSC .  
It will be a 'development' sport therefore, while medals will be awarded the points earned in the two disciplines (male & female) will did not count towards the Jubilee Trophy table.
Richmond Volleyball Club News: March 2015
The RVB u16 Girls reached the National Finals Gold Medal
The RVB u16 Girls reached the National Finals Gold Medal
Girls Report  Meet The Girls
The RVB u16 Boys achieved Bronze medal at the National Finals
The RVB u16 Boys achieved Bronze medal at the National Finals
Boys Report  Meet The Boys

Community Amateur Sports Club (CASC) Scheme
There are going to be some big changes to the Community Amateur Sports Club (CASC) scheme in the New Year that will affect sports clubs. Benefits of the scheme include very significant tax relief and Gift Aid on donations.
Please refer to the blog: The new CASC rules and how grassroots sport will benefit
and the website

Corinthian-Casuals Brazil 2015
Corinthian-Casuals FC have been invited to Brazil by Sport Club Corinthians Paulista (SCCP) to commemorate the fixture “that never was” – the 1914 tour that failed to take place due to the outbreak of the First World War.

It will also celebrate the unique connection between our club and Corinthians and various Brazilian clubs with historic connections to our club and Country. This is a very exciting time for CCFC and we can expect to receive global media attention.

To provide you with a taste of the genuine excitement in Brazil about the impending arrival of the team, the following lists the schedule of events for the week:

Sunday 18 Jan: Arrive in Sao Paulo. Visit 'Gavioes da Fiel' headquarters. Gavioes, ("Hawks of the Faithful") are SCCP's largest organised supporter’s organisation and CCFC have been invited to their head-quarters to meet their fans and see their preparations for this year's Carnival. Lots of drums, apparently!

Mon 19 Jan: Training. Visiting some social projects that SCCP support. Attend a fans event at the hotel. CCFC welcomed at the British Consulate-General in São Paulo.

Tues 20 Jan: CCFC host training session for the social projects at the SCCP training centre. Futsal master class, life at Parque Sao Jorge and visit the Museum. Meet fans in the Club Shop.

Wed 21 Jan: Mini tournament vs São Paulo Athletic Club (SPAC) and Club Athletico Paulistano (first Brazilian team to tour Europe. They once beat the French National Team 7-1!). Dinner party at SPAC/Paulistano.

Thur 22 Jan: Fly to Rio for a beach soccer fixture against Fluminese FC Beach Soccer Team (home ground is the world famous Maracanã; former players, Rivelino, Carlos Alberto and currently, Fred!). This event is being promoted by the CCFC Youth Section with the sponsorship of Thomas Murray Data Services. Train to Christ Redeemer. Attend a drinks reception in the Fluminese ballroom.

Fri 23 Jan: Visit Paranapiacaba (the first football field in Brazil). Charles Miller history - (Miller is credited with founding SPAC and played for and against Corinthians!). Team training. Pre-match media event.

Sat 24 Jan: Corinthian-Casuals FC v Sport Club Corinthians Paulista at the Arena Corinthians. Reception and drinks at SCCP. This event will be televised in Brazil with an expected audience of millions!

Sun 25 Jan: Support SCCP u21 at Pacaembu in Cup Final. Attend the Sao Paulo anniversary celebrations. Leave Brazil

Mon 26 Jan: Arrive home.

There will be daily/hourly updates on social media:

Please visit these regularly to keep up to date with the events as they unfold. This is a fantastic honour for a club such as ours, who will not only be representing the club, but the Country as well.

The whole trip will be filmed and a documentary about the trip and the story of the history between the two clubs produced. Read more here

Women's Rugby World Cup visits Old Emanuel RFC on Wednesday 24th September 2014
England Rugby has launched a country-wide tour of the Women’s World Cup Trophy with a send-off from Twickenham.
After 16 years residing in New Zealand, the World Cup was carried home by England Women this August, bringing an unrivalled opportunity to grow the women's game in this country.
Old Emanuel Rugby Club in New Malden, Shannon Corner KT3 4PU have been chosen as one of the venues that the trophy will visit as part of its 10,000 mile journey across England. The tour will finish in May 2015 having visited hundreds of clubs, schools, colleges and universities. With Rugby World Cup 2015 fast approaching, it is hoped that one trophy can inspire the arrival of another for England Rugby.
A Surrey Schools girls touch rugby festival will be held on Wednesday 24th September 2014 starting at 1:00pm to 4:00pm at the club and the trophy will be available at this time for photo opportunities. The club welcomes those of you who wish to come along and watch the festival and see the trophy.
Want to get involved in Rugby? Old Emanuel Rugby Club have girls rugby, contact and non-contact every Sunday morning at 10:30am ages 5 to 15yrs. It also has other sections and more information can be found by visiting their website

Sports News - Virgin Money Giving Mini London Marathon
Kingston hot-foot their way to glory!
Kingston's finest young athletes tightened their laces, donned their running vests, calmed their nerves and took to the streets of London on Sunday 13th April to represent the borough in this year's Virgin Money Giving Mini London Marathon. Our young marathoners set off at 6.30am to run the last three miles of the Virgin Money London Marathon course.
Under 13 Girls
The weather couldn't have been better and every member of the Kingston Squad ran the race of their lives against 32 other London boroughs. With 41 runners there were
many great performances and all contributed to Kingston's overall placings as follows:-
U17 Girls Team - 11th U17 Girls Mini Marathon - Kingston
U15 Girls Team - 4th
U13 Girls Team - 18th
U17 Boys Team - 14th
U15 Boys Team - 18th
U13 Boys Team - 8th
There were a few notable performances within the above categories:
U15Girls - Mollie O'Sullivan finished 3rd and Lucie Fletcher finished 10th;
 U13 Girls - Kathryn Bartle finished 49th;
U17 Boys - Aaron Farr finished 19th;
U15 Boys - Joshua Hall finished 23rd;
U13 Boys - Matthew Kossatz finished
But probably the best individual achievement was that of Phoebe Law
who finished 1st in the U17 Girls category with a time of 16:34 and received the Borough Trophy.
Phoebe (pictured above) represented Kingston last year in the U15 age category and finished 5th but as this was to be her final Mini Marathon she certainly finished on a high!
Under 13 Girls above & U13 boys below
u13 boys kingston mini marathon runners
Out of the 41 runners that took part, many of them seasoned members of the Kingston squad, 31 finished in the top half which is a great achievement for a borough of our size and considering that each race had approximately 220 runners it proves that Kingston certainly does have a lot of dedicated and talented young athletes.
Under 15 boys
Kingston is also very proud to have clubs in the borough such as the Stragglers Running Club who once again managed the Kingston Squad this year, with Phil Davies taking on the Manager's role! Their team of committed and experienced volunteers looked after our squad throughout the day and supported them throughout the event, without them it would not have been possible for our young athletes to take part so a big thank you goes to the Stragglers!
Under 17 Girls above & U17 boys below
Mini Marathon results can be found on the website -
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Sports Clubs Directory

Sports Clubs In The Kingston Area

The Kingston Sports Club Directory is currently on the Royal Kingston website. It has information on over 110 local sporting clubs and societies.
Make sure your club is included and that your details are up to date
Add Your Sports Club To The Directory
If you would like your sports club to be included in the Sports Directory contact Sue Johnson  (Details below)
Any changes to your club's listing on the directory should be advised to Sue Johnson at Active Kingston
It is planned to migrate the Sports Club Directory to the Sport Kingston website.
To see examples of the enhanced presentation, see the new Judo section.
Kingston Borough Sports Club Directory
Also the sports Aikido Athletics Badminton Basketball  Bowls on the directory listing at the bottom of each page of this site.
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A-Z Sports Club Directory > Clubs in Kingston Upon Thames, Chessington, Surbiton, New Malden & Tolworth

Women Swimming - For Swimming & Diving Clubs in Kingston Upon Thames, Chessington, Surbiton, New Malden & Tolworth see the Kingston Sports Directory Target Shooting at Hawker YMCA Chessington

Boys & Girls Learning Karate - For Adult & Children's Karate Clubs in Kingston Upon Thames, Chessington, Surbiton, New Malden & Tolworth see the Kingston Sports Directory

Ladies & Girls Playing Netball - For Adult & Children's Netball Clubs in Kingston Upon Thames, Chessington, Surbiton, New Malden & Tolworth see the Kingston Sports Directory

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