Old Millhillians Rugby Club, Headstone Lane, Pinner HA2 6NF
Old Millhillians Rugby Football Club was established in 1878. For most of its history it has been at the very highest level of British rugby, producing many internationals for England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, and the Lions, as well as Oxford and Cambridge blues.
The Club runs three teams and are always looking for new players.
Team Colours: Chocolate & White Hoops
OMRFC triumphed 21 -17 in an extraordinary match against Ruislip II, played at Ruislip, to lift the North West Middlesex Floodlit Cup for the first time in over 15 years. Some lively and attractive back play saw the OMs rack up 21 points in as many minutes with 3 converted trys. After that, the much bigger home pack exerted muscular control and made possession very difficult particularly in the set pieces. ..
Mill Hill School 1st XV vs Watford Grammar Mill Hill School lost 7-14 to Watford Grammar at Allianz Park, formerly Copthall Stadium, on Saturday 19th January as the two schools created history to become the first teams to take part in a competitive rugby match at Saracens’ new home.The test event of the pioneering all-weather rugby surface was attended by supporters from both schools, along with Saracens’ Chairman and Old Millhillian, Nigel Wray. While other pitches and grounds around the country struggled to play matches in the ice and snow, the artificial turf pitch at Allianz Park offered a fantastic playing surface. ..
Hitchin visited Headstone Lane on the back of a string of victories expecting another win. Their dominant pack put a huge amount of pressure on our relatively small set of forwards which included a fresh batch of gap students from Belmont and Mill Hill and Adam Boxer (Weymouth) who was awarded the OM’s goblet at the schools rugby dinner at the end of the autumn term. ..
Played at Tring RFC 24th April 2010
After an extremely successful first season in the merit table for the 2nd’s where we ended up 3rd; we had glided our way to the plate final of our merit table. It was a hot day, arguably the hottest of the year so far and the ground was lacking moisture and grass in many places. ..
This season the OMRFC worked hard to return to its roots as a community rugby club. After an absence of many years we returned to training at Headstone Lane on Thursday evenings, in addition to the training we did on Mondays at the H.A.C. ground in the city. Scott Orrit, our new coach who joined us this season worked very hard to improve the players’ fitness. ..
The Rugby Club Vice Presidents' Reunion and luncheon was held before the 1st XV league match against Old Actonians on 7 March 2009. This was not the original plan as the Reunion had been proposed for January when a friendly had been scheduled against one of our oldest rivals, Old Merchant Taylors'. Unfortunately OMTs' had to back out due to an unexpectedly good run in the Middlesex Cup. ..