Thurs Evening Taunton RFC v Winscombe RFC in the Somerset Cup & Weds 14th November Taunton RFC Hosts the Army U23's

Article published:
November 3, 2018

Over the next couple of weeks there are two exciting midweek games under lights at the Commsplus Stadium.

This Thursday see the Somerset Cup come to the Commsplus Stadium with Taunton RFC hosting Winscombe RFC in the second round of the Cup.

The Following weeks see Taunton RFC take on the Army U23's for the first time.

Somerset Cup

In the first round Taunton were handed a walkover and now host the quarter finals kick off 7.45 pm Thursday 8th November. Entry is £5 on the gate with U16's free with an accompanying paying adult.

Taunton will welcome back crowd favourite Alec Chase who is now involved with coaching the visitors so Taunton will know what sort of uncompromising team they will face with 'Chasey' involved.

The other fixtures in the cup are

North Petherton v Bridgwater & Albion

Weston-super-Mare v University of Bath

Midsomer Norton v Hornets

Army U23's

The following Wednesday 14th November 7.30 pm kick off Taunton will host the Army U23's for the first time.

The Army U23's are building up to their games against the RAF and Navy U'23's.

They have had several games already this season including Oxford and Cambridge Universities and with the help of Steve 'Frosty' Frost Taunton have managed to secure this excellent fixture which will be a great test for the young players aspiring to play for the Titans.

As for the Taunton team after the Titans results against Barnes there will certainly be plenty of places up for grabs and a good showing in the cup and the following week against the Army U23's could help them claim the shirt for the coming weeks.

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Keith Brooking

Press Officer

Keith's started his career at Newton Abbott, moving to Bath U21's and then onto Exeter. With spells for Wakefield and Cornish All Blacks, Keith returned to Exeter Chiefs for 199 appearances. Joining the Titans as coach from 2012.