S&l RFC officials continue to monitor the Government advice, including advice from the RFU on Coronavirus Covid-19 and how it may impact on our activities.

We would ask all players and visitors to be aware of this advice. Follow the links below for all the relevant information.




If anyone thinks they may have been exposed to the virus please follow the NHS advice link below and respond accordingly.


If you think you may be affected by or exposed to the virus, please follow the appropriate NHS advice and do not visit the club or play sport, where you may come into close contact with other people.

If you think you may be in a high risk group from catching the virus, please follow health service advice relating to being exposed to large numbers of people.

Finally, when at the club please can everyone follow the health service advice on personal hygiene such as hand washing and other activities that can help to control the spread of the virus.

Thank you

Adey Mitchell, Club Chairman

Simon Mullin, Club Secretary

news articles

  • Club Update - COVID 19

    Sat 21 Mar 2020 13:39

    This afternoon the Club’s Senior Committee Members and Trustees met to discuss the next steps following the unprecedented times now facing us all. A business continuity plan has been … view

  • Message from our Chairman

    Fri 20 Mar 2020 21:25

    Never in my 40 years association with the club have I ever seen the doors of Stewarts and Lloyds Rugby Club be nailed shut and a pint not to be pulled. Following tonight’s … view


    Tue 17 Mar 2020 21:14

    *CORONAVIRUS UPDATE*On Monday evening (16th March) the RFU suspended all professional and Grassroots Rugby until 14th April. This means that there will be no fixtures or training … view

  • Mini & Junior Weekly Round Up - 8/3/20

    Sat 14 Mar 2020 09:03

    U11s The U11s travelled to Market Harborough this Sunday with a strong side that had been training hard over the past two weeks and hungry for some match time. Captained by Ashton, … view