U18 Colts Boys Contact

Squad information

training is back at the club (at last!!)

No S&C 19th or 21st november as peter is away



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U18 Coaching Team

Dave McCormack - davidmccormack99@gmail.com  07829 955123 and Ben Harvey - benharvey@teamathlete.com 07797 766595

U18 Managers
Alan Williamson - jerseycolts@gmail.com 07797 741553 and 
Don Gardener - dongardener39@gmail.com  07700 749535

Training: Tuesday and Thursday 17:45 prompt until 19:00 

Physio: Tuesday from 18:00 until 19:00

Strength and Conditioning: Available to all squad members with sessions prior to training on Tuesday and Thursday from 16:30 


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We are delighted that Saltgate is such a loyal supporter and sponsor of the Jersey Reds Colts. Their commitment and generosity allows us to concerntrate on the development of the Colts in what are crucial years of their progression from Youth to Adult rugby.

Latest News


The Jersey Colts play in the Sussex Colts Premier League.

 Fixtures: 2019/20 Season

Away (A) / Home (H) / Friendly (F)/League (L)/ Cup (C)


Pulborough (AL)

 34-0 Win


Horsham (AL)



Uckfield (AL)



Brighton (HC)



Hove (AL)



TBA (AC - qtr final)



TBA (AC - semi final)



East Grinstead (AL)



Boys Club of Wales (HF)



 Siam Cup (A)



 TBA (AC - final)















Jersey v Crowborough - 18/11/18 


Jersey’s run of victories came to a shuddering halt last week when they lost three key players within the first ten minutes and despite a spirited display lost 38-0 to Heathfield.  So they were fired-up for their trip to Crowbrough. 

With thankfully no fog on Sunday the Colts travelled to Crowborough with just 17 players some of which were carrying knocks from the previous Sunday. 

Both teams demonstrated great defensive resilience albeit that Jersey’s pack demolished Crowborough, with their advantage sadly being neutered by the ref who stopped them pushing to safeguard the Crowborough forwards! It took twenty minutes for the first score which went Crowborough’s way with an unconverted try followed by a missed penalty.  Despite going behind Jersey remained resolute and continued to press Crowborough being rewarded when Fergus Ludlam snatched the ball from a Crowborough attack and sprinted from his own half to place the ball under the posts, converted by Archie Middlemiss  Jersey led 7-5 at half time.