Ram's The Man For JJ
New Rugby Town assistant manager John Ramshaw says that the opportunity to join Valley "ticked a lot of boxes".
New Valley boss James Jepson has made the appointment of the experienced John Ramshaw as his new assistant manager..
Rugby Town will remain in the Northern Premier League after the FA released their league allocations.
Rugby Town Football Club are pleased to welcome James Jepson as our new first team manager..
The club are seeking a new first team physiotherapist.
Captain Steve Towers took home three awards at the club's annual awards evening.
James Jepson has been appointed as Rugby Town's new first team manager.
Rugby Town will pick up the NPL First Division South Fair Play award and are also leading the Non-League Paper's National Fair Play table.
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Valley finished the season with a defeat against promotion hopefuls Shaw Lane Aquaforce at Butlin Road.
10-man Valley's play-off hopes were finally ended by Chasetown at The Scholars Ground.
Rugby Town's play-off hopes hang by a thread after a rollercoaster nine-goal thriller at high flying Coalville.
Two first half strikes settled the Butlin Road encounter in the hosts’ favour to keep Rugby's play-off hopes alive.
Valley came back from an early scare to complete a routine win over struggling Daventry.
Rugby’s outside hopes of a play-off place took a dent at Harrison Park, with a solitary first half strike from the hosts settling the encounter.
Rugby Town continued their play-off push equalling their biggest win of the season with a clinical display against Romulus..
Skipper Towers Above All at Awards Evening
Steve Towers took home three awards at the club's annual awards evening to bring the curtain down on the 2015/16 season.