Plea: Coaches needed for Schools and Juniors

Charlton Park is centred among many non-rugby-playing schools, and we have been helping them to introduce the game for some years. This year their demand for our coaching support has gone through the roof and [...]

Plea: Coaches needed for Schools and Juniors2020-02-12T15:38:40+00:00

Vets probable match dates

For those interested and eligible, the dates set aside for Kent Spitfire Golden Oldies are, on or before Sunday October 15th Sunday November 19th Sunday February 11th We don't know the draw yet so keep in touch [...]

Vets probable match dates2020-02-12T15:38:40+00:00

Pre-season games

Thursday 31st August  2s v New Ash Green under floodlights at home. Saturday 2nd September 1sts v Welwyn (a)  2s v Old Gravesendians 1s, 3s v Old Gravesendians 2s, both at Broad Walk Saturday 9 September   [...]

Pre-season games2020-02-12T15:38:40+00:00

Calvin Taylor

    It is with immeasurable sadness that we have to tell you that Calvin passed away today in Harefield Hospital. He was one of the best of the good guys. Our thoughts go out to [...]

Calvin Taylor2020-02-12T15:38:40+00:00

Dennis Miller 1939 – 2017

Dennis Miller 1939 - 2017 The passing away of Dennis Miller this week will have left a huge gap in many of the lives of we who knew him. If anyone embodied the club motto it was [...]

Dennis Miller 1939 – 20172020-02-12T15:38:41+00:00

Awards Dinner

A major theme that went through the acceptance speeches by the award winners at Saturday night's do was how the family of the club had welcomed them and accepted them. Jamie Currier, Jeremy Montes (I [...]

Awards Dinner2020-02-12T15:38:41+00:00

Park lose Kent Shield Final

Charlton Park owes a big debt of thanks to Ross and those players who stood in on Sunday to protect the first team for next week, particularly bearing in mind we had a tour away [...]

Park lose Kent Shield Final2020-02-12T15:38:41+00:00

Charlton Park 48 – 27 Truro

We made it! By beating an irrepressible Truro team on Saturday at Broad Walk in front of a big and raucous crowd Charlton Park qualified for Twickenham and the final of the Nat