We train each Wednesday from 6:30 – 7:45, with matches on Sundays.

Thanks to sponsorship from Friends of Scottish Rugby we provide an academy like setup for our Colts with professional coaching provided by:

  • Michael Mullins – who runs the rugby programme at Isleworth and Syon, one of our partner schools
  • Neil MacFarlane – who has coached these age groups for the last 5 years and is currently in his final year at St Mary’s university studying Coaching
  • Deanna Bailey – Physio, who has looked after the players for the last three years

Training for pre-season and during the season is each Wednesday from 6:30 – 7:45, with matches on Sundays.

We follow the RFU guidance on the return to playing competitive matches, and are ready to go with a variety of matches lined up through the season to keep it interesting and make sure the guys get challenged, these include

  • League – Colts level league matches in the Herts and Middlesex leagues
  • Friendlies – Friendly games against a variety of teams from near and far
  • Challenging – competitive friendlies against local opposition with a similar set-up (Ealing, Saracens, Reeds Rugby)
  • Elite – Tough matches against top quality opposition dotted throughout the season, including Lambs’ rugby (the public School Baa-baas), Frankfurt Rugby and our annual fixture with Modena Rugby
  • Sevens – At the end of the season we will be sending a side to play at Melrose Sevens

Whilst with us, many players also take part in the Scottish regional Development programme, play County rugby for Middlesex, Surrey, or are linked to premier club academies. So it’s an interesting and challenging environment for players in which they thrive and enjoy their rugby.

Post Age group rugby we have a number of options available to players which include:

Professional rugby – over the last two years those that followed this route have needed time to develop after Colts rugby and have joined the club’s Professional Entry Programme (PEP) which allows them to develop with other clubs, until they are ready to make the step up. You’ll see on the clubs website that Matas Jurevicius and Miles Wakeling are ex two Colts players who have followed that route and played for the club.

Senior amateur rugby – a number of former players now play with the London Scottish Lions teams who play competitive rugby in the league structures below our 1st XV. Many of our players who go away to university come back to play for the Lions on holidays or after leaving university.

If you’d like to find out more contact us at

We’d be happy to introduce you to the squad.

Click here to buy your membership online.

          Name                   Role

  • Michael Mullins: Head Coach
  • Neil McFarlane:  Attack Coach
  • Deanna Bailey:   Physio
  • Larry Moore:      U16 Team Manager
  • Ralph Eley:         Colts Manager
  • Ian Hannah:       Colts Manager

SubscrIbe for the latest news and offers direct to your inbox.