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The brainchild of ex-principal Malcolm Wharton, Hartpury RFC was founded in 2004 with a team comprised of university students and a few college staff, with the aim to one day play at National League level, as well as benefiting the development of the BUCS side.
The RFC has enjoyed unprecedented success during the past 10 years, earning a number of consecutive promotions through the National League system, as well as retaining its position as one of the best performing university rugby centres in the country.
The club provides an outstanding opportunity for students to progress with their rugby development. The RFC now plays in National Division 2 South which means that the club now ranks amongst the top 72 clubs in the country.
The side boasted an enviable unbeaten streak between 2004 and 2009 as they progressed up through the leagues with seven consecutive promotions up to National Two South.
Several Hartpury RFC players have gone on to play their sport professionally at both national and international level. Matt Evans became the first full international when he was capped for Canada in 2008 and he has recently signed a contract with Championship side Cornish Pirates. Jonny May, Henry Trinder, Tom Savage, David Lewis, Dan Robson and Ryan Mills are established members of Gloucester’s Premiership side. Dan Touhy has represented Ireland and Dan Norton is one of the leading players in world sevens. Elliott Stooke at 18 years of age was one of the youngest forwards to be selected for England U20’s