Rugby Union

Spirited comeback sees Bury come up just short of victory


HAPPY MEMORIES: Gerry Lowden completing the 350-mile club cycle ride just a few years ago at the age of 77

‘Gerry truly was a legend of this club’ - Bury RUFC members pay tribute to Gerry Lowden

Members of Bury St Edmunds Rugby Club paid tribute to one of the club’s most colourful and best-loved characters on Saturday.

Recent signing Enzo Comin was named the Bury coaches' man of the match

MATCH REPORT: Bury St Edmunds can't hold back league leaders

NATIONAL LEAGUE TWO SOUTH: Bury St Edmunds 20 Chinnor 50
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BURDEN FREE: Dan Collins is no longer Bury RUFC skipper

Hogg praises Collins after he loses Bury RUFC captaincy

Ahead of the visit of leaders Chinnor to The GK IPA Haberden tomorrow (3pm), director of rugby Gavin Hogg has praised hooker Dan Collins for his reaction to being lifted of the burden of The Wolpack’s captaincy.

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Bury St Eds RUFC legend Jerry Lowden (right centre) has passed away. PICTURE: Shawn Pearce

Bury RUFC legend Jerry passes away

Bury St Edmunds RUFC have confirmed the death of club legend Jerry Lowden.

ALL SMILES: Bury RUFCs youngsters receive their shirts from the sponsors

Fresh new look for Bury St Edmunds’ youngsters

Bury St Edmunds Rugby Club’s minis players were the recipients of 350 new shirts for their Under-6 to Under-12 players.

HOME LOSS: The home fans look on during Bury's loss to Henley

Wolfpack in worrying form ahead of tough run

After a disappointing January, Gavin Hogg has urged his Bury St Edmunds RUFC side to evoke the spirit of the underdog over the coming weeks.

PACKED OUT: Crowds enjoying the action from the hill during the 2014 tournament, which was played out on a baking hot day.   Picture: Roger Arbon

Bury St Edmunds' sevens tournament to kick off Super Sevens Series

The biggest tournament of its kind in East Anglia this year - Bury St Edmunds Rugby Club's Greene King IPA Sevens tournament - has been given the accolade of doubling up as the first event in the 2017 Super Sevens Series.

RALLYING CALL: Bury's director or rugby Gavin Hogg

Wolfpack ready for must win encounter

With his side facing the prospect of a tough February, Gavin Hogg has conceded his Bury St Edmunds side have reached must win territory when they host Henley Hawks tomorrow.

SOLO TRY: Sam Sterling touches down for Burys only try of the day in a 22-8 home defeat to Taunton Titans on Saturday,  their first home game of 2017. Picture: Shawn Pearce

Hogg fires warning to Bury players after defeat


Sudbury Rugby Club's head coach Ben Scully worked alongside England coach Eddie Jones (pictured) and his defence coach Paul Gustard, who is coming to coach at the club on Tuesday.    Picture: PA Wire

England rugby coach to put Sudbury squad through their paces

England defence coach Paul Gustard will be at Sudbury Rugby Club on Tuesday evening, talking to the club’s coaches and taking a training session with the senior players and Colts.

MORE CLINICAL: Bury's director of rugby Gavin Hogg

Hogg calls on Bury side to be more ruthless

Last weekend’s 23-20 victory at Worthing may have eased lingering relegation fears within the ranks, but Bury St Edmunds’ director of rugby Gavin Hogg has admitted his side will need to be more clinical against Taunton Titans at The GK IPA Haberden tomorrow (3pm).

CRUCIAL PERIOD: Bury director of rugby Gavin Hogg

January crucial for Bury RUFC

Gavin Hogg has conceded his Bury St Edmunds RUFC side are about to enter a ‘very important’ period in their season.

Michael Mellett gets brought down by two Bishops Stortford players.  Picture: Mecha Morton

MATCH REPORT: Bury St Edmunds unable to pull off upset

Bury St Edmunds signed off for 2016 with a fourth straight defeat as Bishops Stortford claimed a 33-9 victory which sent them top of the National League Two South table.
BAND OF BROTHERS: Bury St Edmunds players are looking to put in a big performance against title challengers Bishops Stortford at The GK IPA Haberden tomorrow afternoon

Bury look to fire up festive celebrations

With Bury St Edmunds’ Gavin Hogg admitting they are not where they had forecast to be heading into the winter break, he is looking to his side to deliver an early Christmas present tomorrow.

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NOT STRONG ENOUGH: Bury have been working on their set piece this week after Cinderford took advantage to record a 29-26 victory on Saturday  Picture: Shawn Pearce Photography

Hogg: we must be in top form to take advantage of an open game

Gavin Hogg believes title challengers Old Elthamians’ open style of rugby will give his Bury side a better chance of causing an upset tomorrow (3pm) after coming up just short at Cinderford.

GOING OVER: Chris Lord scores a try for Bury St Edmunds in Saturdays 33-27 home win against Barnstaple

Three on the spin for Wolfpack after triumph over Barnstaple


TOP TIPS: New Zealand international Kane Hames with the Bury players

All Black player takes coaching session at Bury

New Zealand international Kane Hames surprised the Bury St Edmunds RUFC Under-16s squad with an unexpected visit this week.

WINNING FEELING: Bury's Gavin Hogg

Hogg believes win could be Bury’s turning point

Gavin Hogg takes his Bury St Edmunds RUFC side into tomorrow’s game with Barnstaple (3pm) believing they have now turned a corner in their season.

HOME DEBUT: Louis Whetton in action during Bury St Edmunds 12-10 win over Barnes on Saturday, in what was the New Zealanders first home game for the first team

last-gasp kick wins it for bury


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