The season is well under way with both teams featuring highly in both leagues with a double promotion still on the cards. We train Tuesday & Thursday from 7pm – a great social setting to enjoy playing rugby and socialising after each game. All new players welcome. So if you are looking for a new club or want to get your fitness up, come down or contact Club Captain Aidan Hamilton on 07859 818 916

After a very successful 2018/2019 campaign the 1st XV are back in Surrey 1. This season they are looking to continue their improvement and get promoted again. Down at Hook Road, we provide some of the best facilities around with: a double storey clubhouse (available to hire for wedding, birthdays and events), a weights room, physiotherapy, a floodlight training pitch and qualified RFU coaches. 

1XV

Captain

Ollie Clements

Years at club: 3

1XV

Vice-Captain

Sam Johnson

Years at club: 2

1XV

Head Coach

Phil Clements

Years at club: 3

2XV

Captain

Joe Wright

Years at club: 10

2XV

Vice-Captain

Jon Donovan

Years at club: 3

2XV

Head Coach

Duncan Johnstone

Years at club: 2

Chairman

Pete Codd

Years at club: 43

Club Captain

Aidan Hamilton

Years at club: 10

Social Sec

Charlie Kelly

Years at club: 5

1XV

Backs Coach

Andy Archer

Years at club: 2

1XV

Forwards Coach

Martin Rushmer

Years at club: 3

WE

LOVE

TO SCRUM

AUGUST 2019

17th Kingston XV 29 vs 17 Old Georgians (H)

SEPTEMBER 2019

7th Kingston XV 47 vs 0 Epsom & Sutton (A)

21st Kingston 1VX 12 vs 40 Old Walcountians (A)

        Kingston 2VX 41 vs 19 Sutton & Epsom 5XV(H)

28th Kingston 1XV 36 vs  0 Old Whitgiftians (H)

         Kingston 2XV 22 vs 24 Law Society (A)

OCTOBER 2019

12th Kingston XV 36 vs 31 Lightwater (H)(CUP)

19th Kingston 1XV 27 vs 5 Chipstead (A)

        Kingston 2XV 36 vs 12 Old Paulines (H)

26th Kingston 1XV 0 vs 17 Old Haileyburians (H)

         Kingston 2XV 29 vs 11 Old Cranleighians (A)         

NOVEMBER 2019

9th Kingston 1XV 20 vs 12 Old Freeman’s (A)

        Kingston 2XV 43 vs 22 Old Blues (H)

16th Kingston 1XV 24  vs 27 Law Society (H)

         Kingston 2XV 5 vs 26 Old Reigatians (A)

23rd Kingston 1XV 3 vs 9 Trinity (A)

         Kingston 2XV 12 vs 32 Bec Old Boys (H)

DECEMBER 2019

7th Kingston 1XV 34 vs 7 Purley John Fisher (H)

       Kingston 2XV 3 vs 26 Wimbledon 4XV (A)

14th Kingston 1XV 34 vs 19 Teddington (A)

         Kingston 2XV 43 vs 12 Old Rutlishians (H)

JANUARY 2020

11th Kingston 1XV 22 vs 18 Old Whitgiftians (A)

         Kingston 2XV 27 vs 24 Law Society (H)

18th Kingston 1XV 20 vs 21 Chipstead (H)

          Kingston 2XV 24 vs 24 Old Paulines (A)

25th Kingston 1XV 34 vs 17 Old Haileyburians (A)

         Kingston 2XV 7 vs 35 Cobham (H)

FEBRUARY 2020

1st Kingston 1XV 21 vs 7 Old Freeman’s (H)

15th Kingston 1XV vs Law Society (A) [POSTPONED TO 7TH MARCH]

          Kingston 2XV vs Merten (H) [CANCELLED]

22nd Kingston 1XV 12 vs 7 Trinity (H)

          Kingston 2XV 5 vs 35 Bec Old Boys (A)

29th Kingston 1XV vs Purley John Fisher (A) [POSTPONED TO 14TH MARCH]

          Kingston 2XV vs Wimbledon 4XV (H) [CANCELLED]

MARCH 2020

7th Kingston 1XV 27 vs 26 Law Society (A)

     Kingston 2XV 97 vs  3 Sutton & Epsoms 5th (A)

14th Kingston 1XV 24 vs 38 Purley John Fisher (A)

21st Kingston 1XV vs Teddington (H) [CANCELLED]

         Kingston 2XV vs Old Rutlishians (A) [CANCELLED]

28th Kingston 1XV vs Old Walcountians (H) [CANCELLED]

         Kingston 2XV vs Sutton & Epsom 5XV (A) [CANCELLED]

APRIL 2020

SEASON COMPLETE DUE TO CORONA VIRUS

MAY 2020

15th– 18th: Tour; Lloret De Mar [SUSPENDED DUE TO CORONA VIRUS]

7th April 2020

And that’s all she wrote. Gutted to have ended the season prematurely but completely agree with the decision given the circumstances. A successful season for both the 1XV and Saxons squad as both were very much still in the mix to win their respected leagues with two fixtures left to play. We’ve always said this journey is about not only growth as a team, but also a club and we are hugely proud of the effort and commitment by the players, coaches, spouses, families and sponsors on and off the pitch during the 2019/20 season. Although we didn’t quite make the final hurdle of promotion, it gives the club and team another year to grow what is already a very exciting, youthful group of players. Here’s to getting back out there again for the 2020/21 season!! To everybody, stay safe and we’ll see you all down at Hook Road soon.

21st March 2020

Today the RFU announced the cancellation of the rugby season 2019/2020 with this statement:

“Today, in a letter to the rugby clubs in England, Bill Sweeney, RFU CEO, has confirmed the end of the 2019/20 season for all league, cup and county rugby in England with the exception of the Gallagher Premiership, which the RFU is in active discussions with.

The decision to confirm the end of the season was taken to assist with long term planning and provide clarity to the game at a time of continuous change.

The RFU continues to work on a range of options to support clubs at this challenging time and aims to outline these in more detail by mid-April.”

23rd February 2020

A very impressive hard fought out victory by the 1XV yesterday has now moved them up the table and past Trinity by 2 points to 3rd place with 4 very important games remaining. The 2XV weren’t quite so lucky with a loss to Bec Old Boys but only find themselves 4 points a drift from the top of the table. With 4 games to go there is still everything to play for in both league. The next home game will be 2XV against Wimbledon on Saturday 29th February. 

27th January 2020

Happy New Year to all, as we draw to the end of the first month after both teams playing a few games in their respective league, they both are sitting 3rd. With both second placed teams in each league within a win. The numbers turning out for training are getting bigger by the week, and some new faces and old joining the teams. This weekend of fixtures couldn’t be ever more important for both sides, with the 1Xv at home with KO at 2pm. COME AND WATCH FOLLOWED BY SOME SIX NATIONS RUGBY AFTERWARDS.

9th November 2019

Kingston teams have both played a 5 games in their respective leagues, and both sit near the top in their tables with 2XV to be placed 2nd and 1XV placed 3rd. It is a long season but with every game the team is growing and the bond between guys is getting stronger. COME ON KINGSTON, LETS GET THE DOUBLE PROMOTION. 

21st September 2019

Kingston teams enjoyed their first runs out as 1XV and 2XV. With 1XV losing to Old Walcountians away, letting their nerves get the better of them with a step up from Surrey 2. The 2XV continued from an unbeaten pre season to beat Sutton & Epsom 5XV. Both teams look forward to round 2 of their league campaigns next week with even more lads available for selection. 

17th August 2019

Kingston enjoyed their first run out of the season against Old Georgians. Old Georgians put up a very good performance but it wasn’t quite good enough for the strength in depth Kingston had. A great performance by all and shame about the result of the England game however it didn’t change the great social gathering after the game in the Maypole. Kingston looks forward to travelling away to Epsom & Sutton on the Saturday 7th September for their final pre season game before both the 1XV and 2XV start their league campaign respectively.