"Bringing Rugby to the Community and the Community to Rugby"
The Committee are dedicated individuals who are responsible for the safe running of the Pumas ensuring that all our members get the best possible experience from playing, coaching, volunteering and supporting this great rugby club
Rich has been playing rugby for 44 years and with the Pumas since our inception. He has held every position in the club including that of Chairman.
Rich says "The Pumas was built around friendships, rugby and a little booze... Thus are the foundations I have supported..
George has been Chairman for the last 4 years and also served on the Committee as Vice Chairman whilst still playing until his retirement at 50!
George says "The Pumas are a very forward thinking rugby club considering our limitation of having no traditional clubhouse to help bring in revenue.
We have doubled the size of our membership in 5 years allowing us to run a regular 2XV and Vets. We have also started up our childrens section the 'Puma Cubs' offering a great range of rugby activity, plus Walking Rugby for the more senior player. We hope to also launch our 16-17s soon and a Women's Team.
The Pumas offer a great social experience for our players, family members and visitors to the club. All are welcome so come and be a part of the best rugby club in your local area.
Al is currently Vice Chair and Fixtures Sec.
After a long and varied playing career. Al moved successfully into coaching a number of senior and junior sides including Havant, Feltham and the Pumas.
Recently stepped away from coaching and his DOR role and now content with helping committee achieve our ambitious plans.
Will has been playing rugby for 30 years and has been a member of the Pumas for four years.
Will still plays for the 2nd XV and the Vets. He was 2nd XV Captain for three years and has been Vice Chairman since 2020.
Puma Cubs Chair
Hayley is a parent and volunteer who has been with the Puma Cubs since its very beginnings in 2017. Being the parent of a young boy interested in playing rugby locally she was keen to help get the Mini and Junior arm of the club off the ground.
Originally volunteering as Safeguarding Officer, then in May 2019 also taking on the role of Youth Chair, she has seen the Puma Cubs go from strength to strength with the help of a dedicated team of volunteers behind her.
Hayley says "Seeing the enjoyment of the children playing each Sunday, makes it all worthwhile. We have a great club and we should all be very proud of what we have achieved".