Two of Sevenoaks RFC’s finest are taking on a HUGE challenge next year to raise money for the Wooden Spoon Charity. Vice President Miles Hayward and Commercial Manager Simon Wright will attempt to play the highest game of full contact rugby and mixed touch in a Guiness World Record attempt.
Make sure you read Miles and Simon’s diary below and watch the video of their first training session.
You can also keep up to date with their progress via the Wooden Spoon website by clicking here
MOST IMPORTANTLY – Make sure you visit the donation page by CLICKING HERE
‘Both Simon and I have been fortunate enough to play and coach rugby for many years bringing a huge sense of joy, teamwork, friendship and a few bruises along the way.
Next year we will attempt to give something back to the sport, supporting a charity that is well known to Sevenoaks RFC whilst also attempting to break a Guinness world record. Wooden Spoon aims to positively transform the lives of children and young people with a disability or facing disadvantage across the UK and Ireland through the power of rugby.
The LMAX Exchange Everest Rugby Challenge takes place across 24 days (12 April to 5 May 2019) and will see the group battle acclimatisation and heights of Advance Base Camp (3) at 6,500 metres to play the highest game of full contact rugby and the highest game of mixed touch rugby in history – all in support of Wooden Spoon.
Please open the links for more information and if you are able to support us with a donation that would be fantastic. We will update you with our training progress!
Thank you, Miles Hayward and Simon Wright.’
Click on the video below to see how Miles and Simon got on in Round 1 of their training