It is with deep regret that the club announce the death of former captain Barrie Williams.
Barrie made an amazing 249 appearances for the town between 1958-67. He played most of his rugby on the wing, amassing a stunning 126 tries, making him the joint second (with D.P. Rogers) highest ever try scorer in the club's history. He took over the club captaincy for the 1960-61 season, leading another great year.
A very talented sportsman having been a county tennis and squash player, Barrie was equally at home on a court as well as a rugby pitch.