Over 35 and fancy a run out? Then play for the Grey Cents
If you’re 35 or over then Masters Rugby League is the game for you!
Masters is strictly a social version of the game of rugby league and the rules are slightly modified to cater for the older player - the colour of the shorts indicate if you can be tackled or not.
There are no winners, no champions and no cup finals. Masters is about is the spirit of the game. The most important rule is: “everyone has to buy a drink for their opposite number.”
St Albans Centurions have a masters team, and Cents co-ordinator Mick O'Shea says " Our intention is to get some more games in the coming months and years, the idea being to space out games every one or two months through the year. It keeps the body active and allows favourite stories of yesteryear to be aired in the changing rooms as well as creating yet more stories on game day!! We will definitely need more players, as to play Masters like this requires a bigger squad to allow for unavailability and so on – I would urge anyone who may be interested in playing, officiating or just helping out or watching, to get in touch. There is a growing Masters circuit in the South East and games are always played in a great, non-competitive (well almost always!) and convivial way; I can guarantee you’ll meet some like-minded folk and make some new friends!!!
If you fancy a run out every month or so, then please contact Mick O'Shea at firstname.lastname@example.org or call him on Mobile: 07989898842 for further details.
2018 - The Cents Masters opened the London Rugby League 9's Festival with a game against the South London Silverbacks, and posed for a photo afterwards with the Challenge Cup.
2017 - Another Great Turn Out For A Friendly Game Of Masters Rugby
May 2016 - St Albans Centurions Masters -v- LaDS (London and Down South) Masters
June 2015 - The Grey Cents -v- Southampton Masters