Our rugby club are proud to announce the appointment of our new Youth and Minis Chairman Paul Crabb.
With deep-rooted connections to the club, a charismatic presence, and widespread popularity, our new chairman is undeniably the ideal choice to steer the youth and mini section towards new heights. Paul has a passion for the game and a commitment to nurturing young talents, our new chairman brings a wealth of experience to this crucial role.
A heartfelt thank you to John wain for laying down a solid foundation and the remarkable work done for our Youth and Mini section during his time as chairman.
Read on for statements from both leaders as we embark on an exciting journey of continuity and growth within our beloved rugby community.
John Wain – Former Youth and Minis Chairman
Since taking on the role of Director of Women’s Rugby at Epping, it is time to pass on the mantle of Chairman of Youth & Minis
The Vice Chairman Paul Crabb will take over the role.
Crabby has a wealth of rugby knowledge, runs the very successful U14’s team with Tom Roberts, and is also heavily involved with Saracens Rugby Club. He regularly plays for the 2’s & 3’s at the club and has been instrumental in many of the improvements already made in our Youth & Minis Section.
I know he will make an excellent Chairman and will champion the Y&M section in all avenues.
I’d like to thank all of the coaches, managers, assistants and helpers for their support over the last 18 months, and your continued contribution of your time and expertise.
I know you’ll support Crabby in his new role.
Paul Crabb – New Youth and Minis Chairman
Being asked to take over from John as chairman for the youth and minis is a huge honor for me, not only is John a top man and knows his rugby, John has been an amazing chair for the youth and minis section and I know this will be hard to follow but I’m looking forward the challenge, I will do my best to help promote and push this club forward, also with the experience, of all the other members, chairs, ex chairs who I know are all there to help support and guide me going forward.
Please join us in wishing Paul all the best in his new role.