We are a small club on the North East Coast of Yorkshire, a very friendly club with an emphasis on traditional rugby values. Our main aim is to provide sport and a place to meet for our surrounding community. We are affilated to the RFU and the YRFU. We currently play in Durham & Northumberland League Division 2 (level ) after winning promotion last season and our Harlequins play in the Teesside Social League. We always welcome new players to the club.
You must be at least 6 foot 12, weigh in at 500 pound, run the 100 metres in less than 5 seconds and hit like a tank
Just slightly less than the first, but not by much!!!!
age 6/11 paid members etcetc .................
Where it all began Whitby rugby club held a meeting at whitby police station on monday 24th september 1951. We were known as Whitby Harlequins Rugby Football club and the club has moved through the years with success and knowing that playing rugby with pride was always the way forward to be. Its always be our policy to be a grassroots club and to support the community as we know they support us. Nowadays we have a great clubhouse with a modern out lay. Function room with a bar and a very comfortable lounge area. The club has 2 senior teams and over 100 juniors playing on a sunday.
Mrs Emma Garbutt (nee Scourfield) played for England Ladies, but played for England 1993-1997.
Lee Johnston played youth rugby and senior rugby, now he is a Great Britain Olympic Bobsleigher. His brother Carl played for the Academy and now follows his brother as an Olympic Bobsleigher.
And then along came Jamie Noon. He started school at Fyling Hall, where under guidance from Paul Blackwell. Newcastle Falcons snapped up Jamie after a spell at Whitby. He played for Newcastle Falcons for 10 years, Played for England at full international level and scored a hat trick v Scotland at Twickenham. He has now moved to Brive (France) to carry on his rugby career.