Blackheath Rugby Club to host England Deaf Rugby fixture against New Zealand

Blackheath’s Well Hall home will be the venue for the first match in a three-Test series between England Deaf Rugby and New Zealand Deaf Rugby on Saturday November 4.

It is the same day Club take on Bishop’s Stortford.

Blackheath’s match kicks off at 2pm in order to accommodate the Test match, which starts at 5pm.

The club has a history of hosting international rugby matches, most recently when they provided the ground for England Counties to face France Federale in March 2016.

Entry to the Blackheath v Bishops Stortford match is £15 (free to members). From 3pm entry to the end of the Club game and the Test match will be £10, with a £5 discount for Greenwich Discount Card holders.


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