Kempston Rugby Club

Kempston Rugby Club to Celebrate 100 Years with an Unforgettable End of Season Ball

Kempston Rugby Club is gearing up for a historic event to celebrate its 100th year. The club, which was founded in 1922, has been a staple in the rugby community for a century and is now preparing to host an end-of-season ball to commemorate this significant milestone.

The black-tie event, which will take place on Saturday 29 April at Kempston Hammers, promises to be a night to remember. Current and past players will come together to celebrate the club’s rich history, while former England rugby international, Gary Rees, will be in attendance to speak at the event.

In addition to the speeches and toasts, the ball will feature the announcement of the Player of the Year and Player’s Player of the Year awards. These prestigious awards recognize the talent and dedication of the club’s players and are highly coveted by all members.

The three-course dinner, which will be served at the event, will be a feast fit for rugby champions. The culinary team will prepare an array of dishes that will satisfy even the most discerning palate. Entertainment will also be on the menu, with a live band performing throughout the night to keep the party going.

Club Chairman, Alex Redford, expressed his excitement for the upcoming event, saying, “As we celebrate our 100th year, we wanted to mark the occasion with something truly special. This end-of-season ball is not only a celebration of our history, but also a tribute to the incredible players who have represented Kempston Rugby Club over the years.”

Redford added, “It’s an honor to have Gary Rees speak at the event, and we are thrilled to have him join us for this momentous occasion.”

The Kempston Rugby Club end-of-season ball is an event not to be missed. It’s a chance to celebrate the club’s incredible history and the players who have made it all possible. It promises to be a night of fine dining, great entertainment, and memories that will last a lifetime.