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Quiz night in the clubhouse 

Sat 22nd SeptSeby Ntege & Band
Sun 11th NovRemembrance service and relocation of memorial
Fri 23rd NovAutumn supper
Fri 18th JanBurns night supper
Fri 3rd MayEnd of season awards dinner
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2019 Six Nations Ticket Applications - Last Call

A reminder that applications must be received by Saturday 29 September 2018

Applications are invited from paid up 2018/19 season ticket holders for the Six Nations International matches at Twickenham

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Birmingham Moseley confirm four additions to 2018/19 squad on eve of new season

Birmingham Moseley are pleased to announce the addition of four players to the 2018/2019 squad.

Most welcome is the confirmation that the 2017/18 Player’s Player of the Season James Tideswell has been retained.
Also in the front row two new hookers join the 1st XV in Joe Roe and Jamie White.

A significant addition to the forward lineup is the signing of Second Row & No 8 CJ Osazuwa from Blackheath

New Appointments

The club is pleased to confirm that Peter Hill has been appointed Club President for the 2018/19 season. Peter supersedes John Richards in the post.

A long-time supporter of the club, particularly in his activities to further the youth section, Peter is also part of an extensive family of Moseley men who have a long association with the club. 

In addition Ron Morris has been appointed as a Vice President of the club.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank JR for his service as President and extend congratulations to Peter & Ron.

Two Birmingham Moseley Favourites Move On

​​​​​​​Birmingham Moseley Rugby has announced today that two great servants of the club will be moving on.

Hooker, Adam Caves leaves having generated a number of personal achievements and club records.

During his time at the club Adam made 368 appearances for the 1st XV, 82 more than the previous record holder in the professional era.

He began his career with Moseley Rugby at mini and junior level, chalking up 17 seasons at senior level, his first league appearance being in the 2000/2001 season.

The other stalwart and supporters favourite leaving the club this season is centre Greg King.

Greg joined in 2011 from Worcester Warriors and made 128 appearances for the club over 7 seasons. He has represented England at Under 20 level and was a member of the Championship Team who beat Canada 28-23.

He captained Birmingham Moseley during the 2016/2017 season and was voted Players, Player of the Season in 2013/2014.

Birmingham Moseley Call up the Army Centre to Bolster the Midfield Ranks

​​​​​​​Richard Protherough, Director of Rugby, has been in the process of looking to recruit a strong running centre to the Birmingham Moseley squad and is pleased to announce that Fiji International and British Army Centre, Ravai Fatiaki has agreed to join the club on a twelve month contract.

Ravai comes with a wealth of experience having played international rugby for Fiji, including playing in the 2011 World Cup when he came up against Wales in the opening pool matches.
The 31 year old who stands at 6ft 1in is known for his powerful running and his 16st 1lb frame will certainly boost the midfield in both defence and attack.

Birmingham Moseley sign up two new powerhouses on the wing

Richard Protherough, Director of Rugby has again been busy at work signing two young gifted players with the aim to inject pace and power to the back line.

The first is winger Taraiasi Wara, a Fijian returning to the UK from New Zealand where he has been playing for the Waitohi Club in the coastal town of Picton in the South Island. 23 Year old Taraiasi previously played a couple of seasons in France for US Marmande in Federal 2 of The French Division Championship and the Brive Academy.

Joining Taraiasi in the back three is another strong running winger Aedan Moloney, standing at 6ft 3ins with a powerful 15st 11lbs frame. Aedan began his rugby career playing for
Middlesbrough, transferring to Novocastrians RUFC in 2015 when he moved to Newcastle. For the last two seasons he has been on Tynedale RFC books while regularly turning out for Northumbria University in the BUCS Super Rugby League.

Talented Fly Half Returns to the Birmingham Moseley Fold for the 2018/2019 Season

​​​​​​​Director of Rugby, Richard Protherough is delighted to announce the signing of a fly half no stranger to the Birmingham Moseley supporters as James Williams re-joins the club following a season with Hartpury in The Championship. James came through the ranks in his time with Birmingham Moseley having progressed to the first team through the amateur side Moseley Oak. 

During his first season at Birmingham Moseley, James made 23 league appearances and scored 238 points, to finish the season fourth in the leagues list of leading points scorers.

Canadian U20 International from Down Under Bolsters the Back Line for the 2018/2019 Season

​​​​​​​Director of Rugby, Richard Protherough has used the current season to bring in new talented youngsters and integrate them with the more experienced members of the squad in readiness for a push for promotion in the 2018/2019 season.

To support that aim Richard has now begun recruitment for next season by signing new centre, Sam Hayward. He will join a backline which includes Ollie Allsopp and Sam Pointon, who have both now re-signed for next season. Also re-signing for next season we are pleased to announce are forwards Jay Tyack, Joe Wrafter, and Josh Poole. With 13 of the current squad on two year contracts, for the first time for some years Richard is able to begin pre-season with a team experienced in playing together and keen to build on this year.

Message from The Chairman

Dear Supporters

It is that time of the year when we look back on our achievements over the past season and plan for the future.

This season we brought together a team of both established and young talented players. Together with our links with The Army and Worcester, we have been able to hold our own in the league. You will recall in my message last year we had to cut our budget to reflect our financial position. This season was an opportunity to develop some of our inexperienced players and on the whole I am sure you will agree we have seen some stand out performances. Our front row has been comprised of some of the youngest players in the league but our pack has become one of the most feared.

Hopefully this will give us a good platform to greater success next season.

You will be pleased to hear that gate and most season ticket prices are unchanged for next season.

For details of season ticket prices and to download an application to become a season ticket holder 
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If your personal details are unchanged you may wish to renew your season ticket on line. This can be done through the club website and the club shop portal.

Following the success of the incentive last year we are again offering vouchers to those who have submitted and paid for their application by 30 June 2018. This year, however, we have doubled the vouchers to 4, which can be exchanged for tickets at a match or matches of your choice.

As ever season ticket holders will have the opportunity to apply for International Tickets. Details will be on the website during the season.

Voluntary help is always needed and at present we would welcome assistance with gates and car parking, plus someone with experience of accounts. Please contact the Club Office if you can spare some time for YOUR club.

I am closing with the usual request for help with encouraging both individual applications and Corporate Members. We have excellent packages to suit all pockets and ask you to spread the word.

Further details can be obtained from Ajay Dodhia in the Club Office, 0121 443 3631 or by email,

Thank you for your continued support.

Dave Warren.