DS Barbarians RFCDS Barbarians RFC are back in training at the normal times after the Christmas and New Year break on Monday and Wednesday at 20.30 and starting from next week, 12 January, we will be having an earlier time for juniors, check the press for details.

At the Zoco market on Sunday, thanks to Dave Diggle of Blacktower, who donated a Jersey RFC rugby polo shirt, helped raised funds for both DEBRA, Butterfly Children, and DS Barbarians RFC to boost their funds as well, a big thank you to Health and Beauty Abroad who brought the shirt.

DS Barbarians are supporting the local charity DEBRA, as is tradition with rugby clubs to support a local charity.

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The club is now moving forward and looking forward to getting some friendlies under their belt in the next few months.

All ages, gender and nationalities all are welcome, from beginners to experience players the more the merrier as we are based on the true traditional ethics of the sport. So come along and join the newest rugby team on the Costa Blanca, also team bonding after training in the nearest bar for a drink and chat, just how rugby should be.

So get those boots out and come down to Daya Vieja sports ground and join in the rugby revolutions of 2015, with the Rugby World Cup to look forward to, get into this great sport.

For more information about the club contact myself, Dutch, on 692 767 242 or come down and see me at Zoco market on Sunday, third row in from the main road at the far end.

Also for all of your rugby branded clothing and gear including Canterbury casuals and Cotton Traders shirts.


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