RUGBY: Fairford RFC seeking new coach
Updated 4:22pm Tuesday 1st April 2014 in Sport
FAIRFORD RFC are looking for a new head coach after Josh Lenthall confirmed he will be leaving the club after six seasons.
Lenthall has had a successful spell at Fairford since joining in 2008, guiding them to two promotions from Dorset and Wilts Two. In his final season Fairford have achieved a mid-table finish back in Dorset and Wilts One.
Fairford have also been Stroud Combination finalists the last three seasons, winning the plate in 2011. They aim to reach another final this year, as they play Minchinhampton in the semi final this Saturday.
Fairford pride themselves on being a community club with a welcoming atmosphere.
Squad numbers have almost doubled this season and the newly-formed 2nd XV has competed in the Gloucestershire Merit Leagues.
Any applicants should apply by contacting Kenny Robins on email@example.com.
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